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January 24, 2017

We've found who studies in Japan at the previous article. Then, we want to find why they study in Japan.

Firstly, about the purpose of studying in Japan, 53.2% of respondents come to earn degrees in Japan, and 47.3% study in Japan for acquiring skills and knowledge to g...

January 23, 2017

Until now, we argued about students learning the Japanese language. This time, we will find who studies in Japan. They will include students studying their majors in universities and so on beside students learning the Japanese language.

Firstly, all of the international...

January 19, 2017

At the last article, we found who learns Japanese language in Japan. Then, we will find who Japanese language teachers in Japan are.

In terms of generations, 23.2% of all teachers are 60's followed by 50’s of 18.2%, 40’s of 15.7% and 30’s of 10.8%. In terms of duty posi...

January 18, 2017

As previously noted, Japanese language education means teaching Japanese to people whose first languages aren't Japanese. The number of all learners in Japan is 191, 753 and they are taught by 36, 168 teachers at 2,012 institutions.  The largest learners of 65,130 are...

January 17, 2017

As previously noted, the number of Japanese language teachers in overseas is 64,041. Then, we have another question. Who are they?

In terms of nation, China has the most Japanese language teachers and the number of them is 18,312, followed by 14,855 of Korea and 4,540...

January 16, 2017

Japanese language education means teaching Japanese to people whose first languages aren’t Japanese. The number of its learners in overseas is 3,651,715 (The Japan Foundation 2016), which are much more than those in Japan, 191,753 (Agency for Cultural Affairs 2015).

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