You Can Be a Japanese Language Coach! Super Japanese Coach Online Trainees Wanted!

In cooperation with Hiragana Times, the Super JAPANese Coach Association aims to promote our unique Japanese learning system (the texts are registered as a utility model with the Japan Patent Office) worldwide.

So far, we have trained Japanese people to become coaches. Now, we are starting to train non-Japanese people who are interested in becoming a Super JAPANese Coach. If you are accepted as a coach you can teach the Japanese language using our system not only in your own country, but also worldwide through online lessons.

We will help you find students through our magazine and existing network. You will be able to gain a steady income (1,000~2,000 yen per lesson) from home. Basically Japanese coaches teach Japanese using English, while non-English speakers may teach in their mother tongue. If you are selected as a trainee, you can learn these coaching skills free of charge (an online interview is required).

Applicants Will Be
  • Non-Japanese over 20 years old who can speak Japanese fluently (written skills are not necessary).
  • Able to become a Japanese coach if approved (either full time or part time).
  • Able to fully focus on the training (some homework will be assigned).
Online training
Total of 28 lessons (twice a week / 40 minutes per lesson)
Using Zoom (1~4 people a time)
Super JAPANese Coach Association/一般社団法人スーパー日本語講師会

Application Form

Your Name

Your Email

Your nationality

Where do you live now?

Your Gender
MaleFemale

Your Age Group
20s30s40s50s

About your English level Level
My mother tongueFluentNot perfect, but no problem for communication

About your Japanese Level
NativeNear native levelBusiness levelDaily conversation leveGreeting levelCan hardly speak

How long have you studied Japanese for?

What Japanese texts did you use?

Do you have any evidence that you can speak Japanese fluently?

How about your writing skill?
KanjiKatakanaHiraganaRomaji (alphabet)None

Have you worked using the Japanese language? If yes, for how long?

Why did you learn Japanese?

Why do you want to be a Super Japanese Coach?

Any further comments if you have them:

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