Japanese courses for children and adults in Brussels - Japanese courses for children and adults in Brussels
At Awa Cetre, your learning progress is important to us. This is why the number of students is very limited so that we can guarantee you:
Individual Attention : The teacher gets to know you and your learning style, check your performance during class, instantly answer all your questions and help you overcome your problems.
Coherent participation: you participate in all class activities, share your ideas, you have more time to practice the language with your teacher and classmates.
Tailored course : The teacher helps you work on your learning objectives and goals, such as traveling, reading a book in Japanese, understanding Japanese pop culture, having conversations with locals, friends or relatives, or take a JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
Modern and innovative methods : Japanese can be a demanding language, yet fun to learn. Youtube videos, anime clips, manga tapes, J-pop songs, role play, easy reads ... are used to make your learning more interesting.
Outside Class Support : Teachers are also available after class to answer any class issues and correct your homework via email or video conference. Join our classes today and get real results in your Japanese learning!
What is happening at Awa Centre
Our Spring activities
Anime@Awa:we will screen an episode of an anime and discuss Japanese language and culture. The first session, we will watch the anime: "Komi is looking for her words" and discuss Japanese high schools. This event is aimed at children and teenagers under the age of 18.
Sunday April 2 1pm (also Sunday April 30, May 28, June 26, find other anime titles on our site), Awa Centre
Pastel painting: let's paint in the Japanese pastel style with Professor Momo. The theme is springs and flowers (sakura). You will have a beautiful painting to hang in your home. This workshop is open to children from 8 years old and adults, a fun and family activity.
Sunday April 9 at 4 p.m., Awa Centre
Ohanami(Flower Viewing and Picnic): Let's sit under the flowers at Josaphat Park, have a drink and some snacks, and chat together (in Japanese, English, and French). This event is free and open to all.
Sunday, April 16, 1 p.m., Josaphat Park
Mochi-making workshop: our most popular workshop from last year is back! Let's make mochi and enjoy them in different flavors, from sweet to savory. You can also bring a few back to share with your friends and family.
Relaxed Tea Ceremony: Learn about sadō (Japanese tea ceremony), prepare your own bowl of green tea and enjoy it the traditional way.
Soon in May, Awa Centre
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