How To Learn Japanese Without Confusing Flash Cards Or Hundreds Of Hours Of Study!

You are about to discover how you can get instant access to the easiest system for learning Conversational Japanese ever invented.

If you're looking for the easy way to learn Japanese, you've certainly come to the right place.

Now, I know there are literally hundreds of courses online that promise to teach you how to speak Japanese, but have you ever met someone who succeeded with one of them?

Chances are very good that you have not!

If you're looking to "really" learn how to speak Japanese and do so in a manner that allows you to carry on full conversations with native Japanese speakers, you must read this letter.

You are going to see how busy people just like you are learning how to speak a new language so fast that they are shocked, and you will be too.

Japanese does NOT have to be an extremely difficult language to learn if you have a few easy-to-use tools that cement the language into your head.

Features of this Course

  • Video-Based Multimedia Training

  • 10 Minute x 30 days Easy-To-Follow Lessons

  • Easy-to-understand drawings to elicit your conversational skills in situations

  • No preliminary Japanese skills are required

  • For those who have already learned Japanese Kana, you can refer to a separate Kana-version PDF textbook

Learning Japanese *Properly* Is Absolutely Vital... (What YOU Can Do After Learning Japanese)

I probably don't need to tell you that if you aren't confident and comfortable speaking Japanese, you just will not be able to communicate.

I've seen it a thousand times - Someone thinks they have a grasp of Japanese but when they are in a situation where they actually have to understand and respond, they clam up and cannot communicate.

This is more common than you think.

The Conversational Japanese Video Course makes sure that you not only know Japanese scholastically but also grooms your comfort level as you progress through the easy to follow training.

Here is just some of what you'll be able to do after going through The Conversational Japanese Video Course...

Greet others and introduce oneself
Make conversation such as telling and asking for the time, telephone number, experiences, where to go, how to go and going with whom, etc

  • Extending an invitation to friends
  • Enjoy shopping in Japanese & Enquire about prices at shops and stalls
  • Express desires, feelings and emotions
  • Ask for opinions and giving reasons
  • Order food at a restaurant and even make suggestions, and more!
  • Japanese culture behind the language


This means that when you finish The Conversational Japanese Video Course, you are going to be comfortable and confident in speaking Japanese in ANY situation!

Instructor

Kazue Kaneko

I have been teaching the Japanese language in the US, Australia and Singapore for the past 10 years. I have completed MA in Japanese Applied Linguistics at University of New South Wales, Australia. Through my many years of experience I have become an expert of accelerated teaching. On top of teaching Japanese for over a decade, I also taught Japanese culture and etiquette seminars for the public.

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Day 1 First time Greeting, Asking someone's name

    • Video: First time Greeting, Asking someone's name

    • Kana PDF: Day1 -This is just for someone who want to learn this lesson in Japanese kana (Hiragana, Katakana & Kanji)

    • Review Quiz Day1

  • 2

    Day 2 Daily Greetings, Weather expressions

    • Video: Daily Greetings, Weather expressions

    • Kana PDF: Day2

    • Review Quiz Day2

  • 3

    Day 3 Japanese Useful Expressions

    • Video: Japanese Useful Expressions

    • Kana PDF: Day3

    • Review Quiz Day3

  • 4

    Day 4 Noun phrase, Question sentence, Particles (wa, mo, no, ka)

    • Video: Noun phrase, Question sentence, Particles (wa, mo, no, ka)

    • Kana PDF: Day4

    • Review Quiz Day4

  • 5

    Day 5 Number (1-10, 11-100), Asking someone's telephone number

    • Video: Number (1-10, 11-100), Asking someone's telephone number

    • Kana PDF: Day5

    • Review Quiz Day5

  • 6

    Day 6 Telling time 1 - Asking time, Time related words & phrases

    • Video: Telling time 1 - Asking time, Time related words & phrases

    • Kana PDF: Day6

    • Review Quiz Day6

  • 7

    Day 7 Telling time 2 - Asking time duration, Noun v.s. Verb

    • Video: Telling time 2 - Asking time duration, Noun v.s. Verb

    • Kana PDF: Day7

    • Review Quiz Day7

  • 8

    Day 8 Telling/Asking daily routine 1

    • Video: Telling/Asking daily routine 1

    • Kana PDF: Day8

    • Review Quiz Day8

  • 9

    Day 9 Verb conjugation

    • Video: Verb conjugation

    • Kana PDF: Day9

    • Review Quiz Day9

  • 10

    Day 10 Showing/Asking location using referral terms

    • Video: Showing/Asking location using referral terms

    • Kana PDF: Day10

    • Review Quiz Day10

  • 11

    Day 11 Number (100-1,000), Asking price

    • Video: Number (100-1,000), Asking price

    • Kana PDF: Day11

    • Review Quiz Day11

  • 12

    Day 12 Telling daily matter with direction & time, Particle (e)

    • Video: Telling daily matter with direction & time, Particle (e)

    • Kana PDF: Day12

    • Review Quiz Day12

  • 13

    Day 13 Expression of Year, Month, Day of the week

    • Video: Expression of Year, Month, Day of the week

    • Kana PDF: Day13

    • Review Quiz Day13

  • 14

    Day 14 Expression of "with who", Family terms

    • Video: Expression of "with who", Family terms

    • Kana PDF: Day14

    • Review Quiz Day14

  • 15

    Day 15 Mean of transport "by what", Review 1

    • Day15 Conversational Japanese Video Course

    • Kana PDF: Day15

    • Review Quiz Day15

  • 16

    Day 16 Questions with referral terms, Number (1,000-10,000)

    • Video: Questions with referral terms, Number (1,000-10,000)

    • Kana PDF: Day16

    • Review Quiz Day16

  • 17

    Day 17 Telling/Asking daily routine 2 - from morning till night

    • Video: Telling/Asking daily routine 2 -from morning till night

    • Kana PDF: Day17

    • Review Quiz Day17

  • 18

    Day 18 Telling/Asking daily routine 3 - chronological sequence

    • Video: Telling/Asking daily routine 3 - chronological sequence

    • Kana PDF: Day18

    • Review Quiz Day18

  • 19

    Day 19 Invitation and suggestion, Particle (ni)

    • Video: Invitation and suggestion, Particle (ni)

    • Kana PDF: Day19

    • Review Quiz Day 19

  • 20

    Day 20 Telling your emotions - Na-Adjective phrase

    • Video: Telling your emotions - Na-Adjective phrase

    • Kana PDF: Day20

    • Review Quiz Day20

  • 21

    Day 21 Telling your emotions 2 - I-Adjective phrase

    • Video: Telling your emotions 2 - I-Adjective phrase

    • Kana PDF: Day21

    • Review Quiz Day21

  • 22

    Day 22 More about Adjective phrases & Review

    • Video: More about Adjective phrases & Review

    • Kana PDF: Day22

    • Review Quiz Day22

  • 23

    Day 23 Combining two adjectives and continuing conversation

    • Video: Combining two adjectives and continuing conversation

    • Kana PDF: Day23

    • Review Quiz L23

  • 24

    Day 24 Negative and past form of Na-adjectives, Listening practice

    • Video: Negative and past form of Na-adjectives, Listening practice

    • Kana PDF: Day24

    • Review Quiz L24

  • 25

    Day 25 What do you like the most? What things are you good at?

    • Video: What do you like the most? What things are you good at?

    • Kana PDF: Day25

    • Review Quiz L25

  • 26

    Day 26 Why-Because/Have you~/Extension

    • Video: Why-Because/Have you~/Extension

    • Kana PDF: Day26

    • Review Quiz L26

  • 27

    Day 27 Expression of desire, Want to do~ /Want to have ~ phrases

    • Video: Expression of desire, Want to do~ /Want to have ~ phrases

    • Kana PDF: Day27

    • Review Quiz L27

  • 28

    Day 28 There is/are ~ phrases, Particle (de, ni)

    • Video: There is/are ~ phrases, Particle (de, ni)

    • Kana PDF: Day28

    • Review Quiz L28

  • 29

    Day 29 Expressing time duration, Review and conversation practice

    • Video: Expressing time duration, Review and conversation practice

    • Kana PDF: Day29

    • Review Quiz L29

  • 30

    Day 30 Expressing your action with purpose, Particles (ga, wo, ha)

    • Video: Expressing your action with purpose, Particles (ga, wo, ha)

    • Kana PDF: Day30

    • Review Quiz L30

Testimonials

The conversational video course is amazing!

Ruddy Jimenez, USA

The conversational video course is amazing, it has everything laid out nice and simple and very understandable. I think is a good and effective way to learn the Japanese language. It starts from the very basic of Japanese language and it works its way up to more advance concepts and Japanese phrases. I was looking for places online to learn Japanese but every time I found a place it was very disorganized and it didn't lay out information very well, also they never started from the very beginning of the Japanese language; but one day I was looking through Japanese courses online and I found Kazue's course, it was the best thing ever. It's like having the actual teacher right in front of you teaching you everything step by step. Practicing it every day it's the best way to improve the skills of speaking it. This course works and it was the most helpful, thank you so much Kazue for making these courses.

The videos are fantastic!

Victor Ho (Dr), Singapore

Thank you Kazue-sensei, for producing such excellent videos in learning the awesome conversational aspect of the Japanese language. Congratulations for taking the initiative and great effort of understanding the learning needs of ‘newbies’, like me. Having studied Japanese for about 6 months now, I must say that the teaching in these videos has helped me very much in the conversational aspect. In Japanese language schools, they tend to teach the more 'formal' Japanese for examination purposes! lf your goal is learn to hold a basic decent conversation with a Japanese colleague, I believe these videos will serve the initial purpose. There are lots of PRACTICAL examples on how to use and practise conversational Japanese in daily living situations in these videos. The lessons have lots of illustrations for us to practise/test our conversational Japanese REPEATEDLY, as we all know our environment is not truly conducive in learning this awesome language ! The videos are fantastic ‘primer’ and value for money for learning conversational Japanese. I have thoroughly enjoyed it & will continue to do so. These videos are of remarkable quality, concise and really easy to follow. Yes, it takes only about 10 minutes for each video lesson. What I like most are the vivid illustrations in the videos for practices and revisions. The audio is clear and easily comprehensible. I strongly believe that these videos provide solid grounding for beginners , especially in the area of conversation. I sincerely hope that Kazue sensei will continue to produce more of such wonderful, interesting and helpful videos.

What Would It Feel Like To Speak Natural Japanese While Happily Communicating, Learning The Culture & Having Fun?

This is far different from anything that you've ever seen.  In fact, it's so original that when people who have taken other courses see it, they routinely send us e-mails telling us how impressed they are.

With The Conversational Japanese Video Course you will get instant access to a video-based training system that will visually guide you through learning Japanese, the easy way.

You don't have to read dry manuals or spend hundreds of hours messing around with memorizing flash cards.

The Conversational Japanese Video Course uses videos and visual aides based on the newest in learning and retention research for the fastest and most long-lasting results.

Learning a new language is not just a translation of words or phrases. The culture behind the language always plays an important role. 

I see many people who learn Japanese from books or free internet learning sites (many with a ton of mistakes) embarrass themselves when they are talking with a person who speaks Japanese. In the worst case, you might offend a Japanese native unintentionally. 

But you don’t need to worry! I clearly explain the common mistakes among beginners in The Conversational Japanese Video Course. You’ll be able to speak Japanese with confidence after going through the course. 

I look forward to seeing your success story when you learn Japanese!