This lesson is for people who want to learn business Japanese and pass the JLPT N1 with the goal of working in Japan.
If your Japanese level is at the beginner level or if you do not plan to work in Japan, we recommend that you study with other materials as there is little to learn from this lesson.
What happens if you take this lesson?
You can pass JLPT N1 & get a job offer from a Japanese company to work in Japan.
You can learn about the necessary preparations for working in Japan, the Japanese language skills necessary to work at a Japanese company, and about interviewing in Japan.
You can also learn kanji and business Japanese that appear in JLPT N1.
If you want to work in Japan in the future, please study this lesson.
improve reading comprehension
By reading sentences using frequently used words from JLPT N2 and above, you can prepare for working in Japan while studying for JLPT N1.
You will receive a total of 25 lessons on working in Japan, written by a former Japanese language teacher and recruitment agent.
All sentences are written in furigana, so even difficult kanji can be read smoothly.
You can also listen to audio of the text, so even those who are too busy to read the text can study in their spare time, such as during commuting, by listening to the audio.
You can also practice listening and check the pronunciation and intonation of kanji so that you can learn to pronounce them more like native Japanese speakers.
You can take JLPT mock tests
Once you have read the text, you can take the JLPT practice test to increase your comprehension.
Since the questions are based on the passages you have read, you can also check your comprehension level.
Check test answers and watch explanation videos
After solving the test, you can check their answers.
You can check your answers while watching easy-to-understand explanatory videos by a former Japanese instructor.
By watching the explanation videos of questions you could not answer, you can review them while watching the videos so that you can answer correctly when similar questions arise in the future.
Let’s start studying now and work together to work in Japan in the near future.