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Seasonal Courses

Special Seasonal Programs

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Special Seasonal Courses

Special seasonal courses only at WAHAHA! 
Our Summer Course, Autumn Course and New Year's Course all take advantage of long vacation periods and give you the best value for your money!

Summer and Autumn Course
秋コース

Lesson Information

Autumn is one of the best seasons to visit Japan due to the mild weather and the lovely Fall colors. As to the last point, there are many reasons to visit Japan as the leaves change from green to yellow, red and orange! Norther Kyushu is especially beautiful this time of year, and people come far and wide to take pictures of the natural beauty of our prefecture! This offers a truly unique experience for those able to come to Japan during this time, and is highly recommended for those who want to study an intense curriculum in beautiful surroundings! 

Schedule

The Autumn course lasts until the end of November! During that time, your lessons can begin on any Monday and end at any time - study for as long as you like! 

Course overview

Course Period

Monday June 1, 2020 - Friday Dec 18, 2020

From 2 weeks, extensions available!

Must start on a Monday!

Requirements

Our Summer/Autumn course is open to all ages and levels!

We will hold special events if there are parents participating with their children!

Class Schedule

9:00AM - 1:00PM, 2:00PM - 5:30PM
(varies by day of week)

Every weekday includes three hours of intensive Japanese group lessons, and every week includes and two group events or activities where larger.

We have a maximum of four students in our group lessons to maximize student-teacher interaction!

Accomodation Options

WAHAHA has partnered with local families and businesses to provide a variety of home stays, including:

  • Home Stays
  • Dormitories
  • Shared Apartments
  • Private Suites

Note that course fees do not include accommodation.

Course Fee

2 Week Summer Course: ¥105,000
Apply before August 1 and pay ¥91,000!

4 Week Summer Course: ¥190,000
Apply before August 1 and pay ¥159,000!

Add additional weeks of lessons: ¥32,400/wk

Accomodation fees are not included as part of the course fees.

Course fees have no additional or hidden fees - tax, administration, facility, materials, etc. are all included!

Add-on Courses

A Translation Course for advanced learners will be held from June 29 - July 24.

A Manga Course will also be available if there is enough interest!

This YeaR's Activities

WAHAHA organizes many events at school and at other places around Fukuoka. These experienced-based classes have been a huge hit for all those students who take part in them, they are definitely recommended! These events are open for other students to take part in, as well, but may require an extra fee.

 Nakasu Jazz Festival (September 14 & 15)

 This year is the 11th edition of this jazz festival, bringing together top Japanese jazz artists.

Nokonoshima Cosmos 

Join us on a trip to nearby Nokonoshima Island (just a 10-minute ferry ride from Fukuoka) to see the spectacular cosmos in full bloom, as well as sunset views.

Baseball

Still arguably the most popular sport in Japan, come join us as we experience a baseball game the Japanese way!

Hakata Tomyo Watching

Join us as we go to the Hakata neighborhood to see the Paper Lantern Festival – streets lit up with paper lanterns as far as the eye can see!

Fukuoka Oktoberfest

This beer festival is known and loved by German culture (and beer) lovers around the world. Come join us for Fukuoka’s take on this fall classic!

Momijigari

Japanese culture places great importance on the changing of the seasons and on fleeting moments. One such example, momijigari, or viewing the autumn leaves as they change color, is a classic fall tradition.

New Year's Special Events
お正月エベント

The information in this section is for the 2019-2020 New Year. WAHAHA will be holding a 2020-2021 New Year's Course but we have not yet finalized the details.

Lesson Information
New Year's has always been a very special time of the year for the Japanese. They believe that the gods visit each family during this time bringing good fortune. There are a variety of traditions and customs that are followed in order to receive this good fortune. Our New Year's Course is more than just Japanese lessons. This special program gives participants the chance to enjoy Japanese New Year's culture and activities.
Schedule

Two weeks: The last week of the year and the first week of the following year.
Japanese lessons can also begin and end at any time - study for as long as you like!

The detailed schedule can be downloaded here.

This YeaR's Activities (2019-2020)

12/25 Christmas party

Celebrate a very Merry Christmas with your classmates and teachers at a Christmas party in Fukuoka.

12/28 Bounenkai - (End of the Year Party)

Forget your troubles and ring in the New Year the Japanese way!

12/31 Countdown at Enoh Temple! 

Go to a temple and ring in the New Year, Japanese-style!

01/03 Tamaseseri 

A unique festival where two teams compete for a large ball which is said to bring good fortune to whoever can lift it over his head!

01/06 Ozouni Party

Enjoy traditional Japanese New Year’s food like Ozouni, at our New Year’s Party at Wahaha.

01/07 Kakizome
The first calligraphy written at the beginning of a year.

01/10 Wearing Kimono
Experience wearing Kimono and walk around the city!

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