Japanese Lessons in Toronto

Become a proficient speaker and enjoy the Japanese culture to the fullest. Join our group lessons and learn with professional Japanese teachers.

Japanese Lessons in Toronto

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Our Japanese lessons fill up pretty quickly. We purposefully limit class sizes to ensure a personal learning experience.

Lessons in Toronto announcement

Dear Toronto, as of July 1st 2023 we have relocated to Calgary. We thank you for your support and precious memories. If you would like to learn Japanese, we invite you to check our online courses

We offer the best-value Japanese lessons in Toronto

Discover the Japanese culture and learn with native instructors. Ask questions, practice with other students and enjoy learning.
Beginner Friendly
We are starting our Group Lessons with Beginners who have never studied Japanese before or have very limited knowledge.
10-Weeks Program
Each level takes 10 lessons, once a week, 105-min duration per lesson. We run our lessons usually on weekdays afternoons and Saturdays.
Based in North York
We are located at The Village Hive - Unit 2 - 150 Duncan Mill Road, North York ON M3B3M4. Free parking available to enrolled students.
Japanese Teachers
Our experienced and friendly Japanese native teachers develop lessons targeted to support your learning experience.
Effective Learning
We keep our groups small between 4 and 8 students to guarantee maximum learning engagement.ents.

Learn with a structured path built to give you solid foundations

We have researched many different Japanese teaching methods and learning material to develop our own curriculum maximizing learning outcomes.
Week 1: Learn classroom expressions & Introducing yourself in Japanese
Week 2: Positive & Negative sentences and questions & Using the「も」(Also) particle
Week 3: How to count numbers (1 to 100) & Talking about people’s age
Week 4: Referring to objects in different locations (koko/soko/asoko)
Week 5:  Learn how to categorize objects & Talking about people’s objects
Week 6: Referring to different locations & Location of objects or people
Week 7: Counting big numbers & Talking about the price of objects
Week 8: Asking for and Giving the time & The days of the week
Week 9: Using the「から」(Kara) ~「まで」(Made) particles & Sentences with the verbs - to wake up / to sleep
Week 10: Using the “from ~ until” + V ます structure & Negative sentences using verbs
🎉 Graduation!
Week 1: Talking about dates & Learn the "to go" verb
Week 2: Explaining the detailed time of an action & Going by a transportation method
Week 3: Talking about people by their name & Learn the「と」(With) particle
Week 4: Learn commonly used verbs and nouns
Week 5:  Learn the「を」(Object marker) particle
Week 6: Learn the「で」(Place of action) particle & How to invite someone to do something
Week 7: Learn the「で」(By means of, using) particle & To give / To receive something using basic verbs
Week 8: To give / To receive something using other verbs & Explaining actions that have been already done
Week 9: Learn commonly used adjectives & The negative form of adjectives
Week 10: Learn the "what kind of" expression
🎉 Graduation!
Week 1: Express things you like / dislike & Learn the "what kind of" expression
Week 2: Talk about thing you are good at/ bad at & Explaining the detailed time of an action
Week 3: Things you understand / don’t understand & Things you have / don’t have
Week 4: Explain the reasons for something & The location of something or someone
Week 5: Explain the position of objects & Counters for objects / people
Week 6: Talking about your family tree & Counters for time & Using the “how long” expression & Talking about “How long it takes”
Week 7: Learning useful adjectives & Using adjectives in past tense
Week 8: Comparing things / people & Comparing among three or more items
Week 9: Talking about what a person wants and wants to do
Week 10: Talking about the purpose of going to a specific place
🎉 Graduation!

Learn from friendly and experienced Japanese teachers

Meet Kanami-sensei (Japademy founder) and Toshie-sensei. Together, they bring several years of experience teaching Japanese in an effective and friendly way that students enjoy!
Kanami Iwasaki, Japademy Founder

Kanami Iwasaki

Japademy Founder
Based in Toronto, Canada
"Studying at Japademy is all about learning and having fun at the same time. Positive and enthusiastic lessons are essential to helping you learn Japanese."

We are conveniently located in the North York area

We have chosen The Village Hive located at 150 Duncan Mill Road, North York ON M3B3M4. It has FREE parking for enrolled students and easy TCC bus access.
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Immerse yourself in a complete Japanese learning experience

Mastering the Japanese language happens during the lessons but also before and after. That is why we provide you with additional content to help you practice on your own time.
105 Minutes
Learning Slides
Audio Practice

Speed up your Japanese learning with free online video courses

As an enrolled student, you also receive free access to our online video courses. These are super useful to help you practice on your own time.

Get a certificate of completion for every level to showcase your skills

Our certificates are sent to you via email in PDF format and have a Certificate number to validate its authenticity.
Japanese Course Completion Certificate

Japademy offers top-value courses and learning material

We are natively digital. This means we rely on modern ways to teach the Japanese language, making us cost-efficient and much more engaging than traditional schools.
Course Fee
$429 CAD
$429 CAD
$440 CAD
Enrollment Fee
$50 CAD
Materials Fee
$30 CAD
Number of Lessons
Lesson Duration (min)
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Japanese Focused
Video Courses
Course Certificate

Got a question about our Japanese Classes in Toronto?

Chances are at this stage you have a couple questions. We encourage our students to ask questions directly using the chatbot on our website.
How do I join the course?
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Will I learn Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji?
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What if open groups are not suitable to my level?

Lessons in Toronto announcement

Dear Toronto, as of July 1st 2023 we have relocated to Calgary. We thank you for your support and precious memories. If you would like to learn Japanese, we invite you to check our online courses.