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Dallas, TX Japanese Lessons

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Average Cost of Japanese Lessons in Dallas, TX

The average cost of 60-minute Japanese lessons in Dallas is $40. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $40 and $40 per hour.

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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute Japanese lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes.

Curious how much Japanese lessons cost in your area? Do a quick search to get local prices for the best Japanese teachers near Dallas.

Recent Japanese Articles from the Blog

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Make Learning Fun: The Best Japanese Learning Games

Make Learning Fun: The Best Japanese Learning Games

There are lots of great ways to teach yourself Japanese through interactive, fun games. While it’s best to learn to speak conversational Japanese with one-on-one tutoring, you can start learning basic words and phrases with video-based games and puzzles. It will take time and dedication (plus a really great teacher) to learn the Japanese language, but you can have fun playing Japanese learning games to get started. Video game designers have created several versions of Japanese learning … Read More

Make Learning Fun: The Best Japanese Learning Games
There are lots of great ways to teach yourself Japanese through interactive, fun games. While it’s best to learn to speak conversational Japanese with one-on-one tutoring, you can start learning basic words and phrases with video-based games and puzzles. It will take time and dedication (plus a really great teacher) to learn the Japanese language, but you can have fun playing Japanese learning games to get started. Video game designers have created several versions of Japanese learning
The Best Way to Learn Japanese: 11 Proven Study Methods That Work
If you're taking Japanese lessons, you probably want to know how to study smarter, not harder. Maximize your learning with these study tips from language teacher Elaina R... Japan has a lot to offer: great food, interesting culture, and wonderful sightseeing. As a result, lots of English speakers want to learn Japanese. Unfortunately, Japanese isn't always easy to learn. Not only are there new phonetics and grammar; the written language consists of thousands of intricate characters. So
Omotenashi: Japanese Hospitality and Etiquette
When you're studying a foreign language, it's helpful to also learn about culture, history, and traditions. Here, Japanese teacher Taro T. introduces the Japanese concept omotenashi... As someone who learned English as a second language, I truly believe in the importance of finding something positive from a new culture, and adopting it in your own life. This doesn’t just help you learn a new language, but it will also help you grow as an individual. Courtesy for Others Omotenashi is a r
The Best Way to Learn the Japanese Alphabet
Want to know the best way to learn the Japanese alphabet? You've come to the right place! Here, you'll find some of the most effective tips and tricks to help you master the fundamentals of the Japanese language. In the United States, we learn our "ABCs." But in Japan, children learn their ?????s. Even though Japanese can seem difficult to read and write, learning the basic Japanese alphabet isn't as hard as you think! The Japanese Alphabet & Writing Systems Written Japanese has two
Japanese Vocabulary: 10 Ways to Express Yourself
It's important to be able to express yourself in any language, and learning to express yourself in Japanese can help you communicate more effectively with native Japanese speakers. Here, Washington, DC language teacher Taro T. teaches you some words, phrases, and Japanese vocabulary to express your emotions...  Japanese culture is what anthropologist Edward T. Hall might call a high-context culture. In a high-context culture, you don't have to say much in order to be understood. When someone

Japanese in Dallas

Are you interested in taking Japanese lessons? Whether you want to learn Japanese for fun or for professional reasons, there are a lot of great opportunities in Dallas to enhance your learning experience!

The Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth hosts cultural events, educational programs, and exchange programs between Dallas and Sendai. The Dallas Japanese Association provides educational opportunities to anyone interested in Japanese history and culture, and also acts as a cultural center for Japanese families in the Dallas area. Check the website for the most up-to-date information on Japanese festivals and events!

If you need a study break between language lessons, get some fresh air and check out the beautiful cherry trees and Japanese maples at the Japanese Garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. Also, make sure to visit the Samurai Collection exhibit at Barbier-Mueller Museum, one of the largest collections of Samurai armor (o-yoroi) in the world. There’s also the Crow Collection of Asian Art, in the Dallas Arts District, which showcases Japanese ceramics and paintings from the Imperial Court on hanging scrolls, or, kakejiku, and folding screens, or byobu. Take in the beautiful artwork and learn even more about Japanese culture and history.

It’s always easier and more fun to study a language when you learn about the customs, traditions, and culture. With so many fun Japanese cultural events in Dallas, you're surrounded by the traditions of the Japanese people. Dallas is part of the International Friendship Cities program, and is paired with the Japanese city of Sendai. The two cities participate in the Young Ambassadors program, and each year nine Dallas-area students are selected to travel to Japan.

Taking Japanese lessons in Dallas is a great idea, not only because of all of the Japanese cultural events, but also because of the great Japanese restaurants, too! What better way to relax (and keep learning) than eating delicious Japanese food. Try the sushi at Kenichi or Tei Tei Robata. Plus, there are some great Japanese karaoke places like Family Karaoke and Star Karaoke, where you can have fun, learn vocabulary, and practice your pronunciation.

The Japanese language may seem difficult at first, but a private tutor will help you learn at your own pace. Between specialized lessons, venues, cultural centers, and events, Dallas is a fantastic place to begin your Japanese language journey.

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