Hinode foyndation has sent plenty of students to society since it was founded. In this school,we treasure every student’s ‘future’. Mastering Japanese is not everybody’s goal, but it will must be strength in order to build your shinning new future. We are thinking that our duty is to consider and to build everybody’s future together using mastered skills as a strength. So, in this school, we are trying to perform classes that is easy to understand and not to make students get bored, and many students have passed JLPT every year. Well,let’s go for further stage of Japanese language…
Lapanese learners have several purposes. Who would like to join Japanese company, who would like to know Japanese culture more deeply, who would like to live in japan etc… even if each person has different purposes, the common goal is ability of speaking Japanese. You need to practice hard in order to master Japanese. We will coach effective way of ability of speaking Japanese for Japanese learners .
You never forget what you practiced hard.
Needless to say, life style and history of the native people are reflected to Japanese language and phrases. Firstly, you need to know the country’s culture and life style treasuring heart touching among people in order to master Japanese.
We are thinking that foreign people will have interest ever further in japan in the future since Tokyo Olympic will be held in 2020 was decided.
Past several years ,Japanese companies tend to be willing to recruit foreigners , and Japanese learners have been increasing what interviewer ask in interview is that what can you do using Japanese language skill, even if you said I have passed N2, if you don’t know what you can do , nobody knows how task you can do . the companies have been increasing that take place Japanese language seminar after hired. What can do using Japanese is the most featured thing nowadays. So, the class’s aim is that what you mastered in the class.
1.1.1 – 1 J LIFE HOME
J LIFE, through its institution of accreditation in Japan specializing in teaching Japanese as a foreign language offer specially designed Japanese language courses, conducted by its professionally qualified native Japanese instructors, to enhance understanding and usage of Japanese language and culture among students in India. The entire program is designed keeping in view not just the scoring rate at the (Japanese) Language Proficiency Test/s, but also effectively catering to the present and future requirements in business between India and Japan.
WHY Japan (Below First Pic.)
Even with presence of about 300 Japanese enterprises in India, Japan is already the biggest foreign job creator. It’s the 5th. largest investor and the Japanese presence is increasing at 140% each year versus previous year. Read More (英)
WHY Japanese (Below Second Pic.)
From technology transfer to liaison, tourism & hospitality, information technology to world of animation and advertisement, remuneration of fluent Japanese speaker is among the highest and best in the industry. Read More (英)
WHY Us (Below Third Pic.)
At J LIFE, courses and teaching methodology are designed keeping in view to develop strong written and oral communication skills among students with substantial emphasis on fluency in conversation Japanese. Read More (英)
INTERNAL PAGE FOR : WHY Japan, WHY Japanese, WHY Us
Buddhism and Indo-Japan relations :
India’s relation with Japan dates back to 6th. Century A.D. when Buddhism was introduced to Japan. Through Buddhism, also found its way was Indian culture that impacted Japanese society and thought. Direct exchanges between India and Japan can be traced to the Meiji period (1868-1912) when Japan embarked upon modernization.
Modern India-Japan historic relations :
Modern India-Japan relations dates back to the period of World War-II with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose seeking support from the Axis powers after parting ways with the Indian National Congress in 1939, to gain freedom for India from the British Rule by force. Netaji, in support from Japan then formed The Indian National Army. The foundation of trust between India and Japan was cemented again when, at the end of World War-II, Justice Radhabindo Pal – the only ONE out of ELEVEN Allied Justices who had handed down a “not guilty” verdict to Japan in its role in the war. Japan’s top war time leaders, total of 25 top leaders of then Japan, were charged with class-A crimes – war atrocities, for waging aggressive war and committing crimes against peace and humanity at the post World War-II International Military Tribunal for the Far East, also popularly known as “Tokyo Saiban”, where Justice Pal was the only one in their support & defense. Among such 25 top leaders was Japan’s Prime Minister of late 1950s – Nobusuke Kishi, a class-A war criminal suspect who was never charged. Nobusuke Kishi is grandfather and political role model of Shinzo Abe. In his 1,235 page dissent, Justice Pal noted that, “each and every one of the accused must be found not guilty of each and every one of the charges in the indictment and should be acquitted of all those charges”, and argued that ‘the United States had clearly provoked the war and expected Japan to act’.
Justice Pal is held in high reverence by Japanese and became an image of justice with Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo and Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku Shrine having monuments specially dedicated to him. This episode of history can be termed as the laying foundation of relationship of trust between present India and Japan. Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, on 29-APR-2005 in his remarks during a banquet in honor of visiting Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi in New Delhi, referring to it said : ‘It is a noteworthy fact that though we have gone through various phases in our relationship, in times of difficulty, we have stood by each other. It is important to recall that India refused to attend the San Francisco Peace Conference in 1951 and signed a separate Peace Treaty with Japan in 1952″. This, Pandit Nehru felt, gave to Japan a proper position of honor and equality among the community of free nations. In that Peace Treaty, India waived all reparation claims against Japan. The dissenting judgment of Justice Radhabinod Pal is well-known to the Japanese people and will always symbolize the affection and regard our people have for your country’. Dr. Singh at another occasion, this time addressing the Japanese DIET on 14-DEC-2006, said : “The principled judgment of Justice Radhabinod Pal after the War is remembered even today in Japan. Ladies and Gentlemen, these events reflect the depth of our friendship and the fact that we have stood by each other at critical moments in our history”. Reciprocating the sentiments, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, on 23-AUG-2007, on his visit to India routed his flight through Kolkata to meet the son of Justice Pal, Prasanta, and express his gratitude. Prasanta also presented Shinzo Abe pictures of his father – Justice Pal with Nobusuke Kishi.
Role of Japan’s complex Demography :
Despite of having highest life expectancy in the world, Japan’s population is declining by about 1 million every year and is estimated to decline in same fashion throughout coming decades. At this declining rate, Japan’s population shall be reduced to 87 million by the year 2060 (same as was during the year 1950 – 1955) and estimated to fall to 8700 in the year 2700, to 2 in the year 3300, and finally ZERO in the year 3387. By the year 2060, more than 40% of the population out of total of 87 million shall be over the age of 65 years. In 1989 only 11.6% of the total population was 65 years or older, but by 2007 Japan had become most aged country on the earth with 21.2% of its total population 65 years or older – greyest nation and further graying.
With such demographics, the corporate world of Japan – the biggest in the world on any scale, sensed the calamity of labor shortage in future leading to expensive labor costs and consequently making the products made and services offered in Japan as most expensive in the world. While corporate Japan kept extending the average age of retirement to tackle the population decline at the same time it decided to out-source the production to control costs and remain competitive. With Japan fearing the ‘China Risk’, it has now started withdrawing investments from China. Since 2009, legal and accounting consultants are holding back-to-back seminars offering services and advices on withdrawal of investments from China and claim that the Japanese enterprises calling on such consultants over matters involving withdrawal of investments out of China has doubled compared with the period immediately preceding the crisis.
Vietnam was high on Japan agenda as the next probable destination for investment. However, corporate Japan soon realized that Vietnam could in no way manifest itself as an alternate to China. In current scenario, only India offer better climate for investment than China, in terms of population and thus cheap labor, growing economy thus large potential of consumer market, diversified geographical status, and to top it all a democratic & just environment for business. Japan is now among the top investors into India and is estimated to dominate the volume of FDI (Foreign Direct Investments) to India for next decades to come. Bi-lateral relations between India and Japan are set to grow and especially in field of Nuclear, Defense, Infrastructural Development, High end Technology, Power/Energy, Communication, Design, Animation, Robotics, etc. as also in the field of Health & Wellness.
In defense, seeing the historic past before and immediately after the world war-II, India is the only country which could partner itself with Japan in the field of defense and would become the first country to import military equipment from post war Japan. As Japan, under the leadership of Shinzo Abe, prepares to re-militarize itself, India becomes perfect partner also to keep and maintain the balance of power in Asia.
The India-Japan economic relations are no longer restricted to import-export phenomenon; it’s how Tokyo can transform India. In its 1st. phase the Delhi Metro, and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor gave India its much needed modern infrastructure. The next is shifting thousands of Japanese manufacturing units from China to India. Japan is the second largest investor in China with accumulated investment of over USD 70 billion and with over 14,000 Japanese firms having their presence in China as compared to only 300 Japanese firms in India. The difference is the potential. With only 300 firms in India, Japan is already the second largest foreign job creator in India. If Japan has to move even a fraction of its current 14,000 enterprise presence in China to India, this could mean the flood of jobs and opportunities within the Japanese corporate sector in India. A survey by JETRO – Japan External Trade Organization last year showed India as clearly emerging the most preferred destination for Japanese FDI.
INDIA is a victim of its own system of education where the dilemma – ‘What to do next’, is faced repeatedly by following its conventional system of 10+2+3, and even further after post-graduation. As if it was not enough, to add to the crisis, effective 2013, a year has been added to the already non-performing 10+2+3 scheme to make it 10+2+4. Ideally, as in most of the progressive countries, the career options must be inter-linked to its job oriented education system, and a university degree alone should be enough to help build a strong career. Unfortunately, this is not the situation in India. It has become more and more essential to be equipped with specialization, or professional skill to excel.
Let’s now examine what are the new avenues available to youth in India to a rewarding career. With IT (Information Technology), Business Management nearing saturation, if not outdated, an expertise in Foreign Language of a country with which India has growing business and economic prospects, and takes her as a potential partner in its immediate and future development shall undoubtedly offer rewarding career.
When out-sourcing production and thus investing, Japan had ample choices in China, India, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Philippines, Korea, and so on. While all other could not have offered what Japan is seeking by running out of its own land, China and India ought to have been viewed identical. Both China as well as India struggle with identical problems of population, poverty, & illiteracy and thus could have offered identical opportunities to investor – cheap labor, growing market, and vast area to set-up units. In comparison to India, with Japan China does not enjoy smooth historic relationship at the backdrop of war. And there is a huge trust deficit when comes to anything between these two countries : Japan & China. China being a non-democracy in constitution and soul, corporate Japan still partnered with China and not India when investing by out-sourcing its production. Communication makes business and language is the most significant and strongest tool for communication; it’s the linguistic capabilities of China and Vietnam which lured Japan over everything else.
JCCII – Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India is the organization responsible to take up matters concerning the Japanese enterprises working and doing business in India. While a survey on the bigger hurdles for the Japanese enterprises to conduct business in India resulted in ‘taxation system’ as popular response in late 1990s and early 2000s, it changed to ‘shortage of skilled personnel, especially in Japanese’ as the popular response since late 2000s. It’s not that Japanese expatriates do not or cannot speak or communicate in English. It’s more to do with the demographics and cost control. As a typical Japanese enterprise, the major decisions on business lie with its head-quarters located in Japan. To gradually shift decision making and management system to the local office, a lot of communication is involved on day-to-day basis while the shift is in progress, and even after once the process of shift is settled – to run the organization based on the organization’s global policies, a thorough coordination within the local office and its head-quarters is inevitable. Even accepting the burden of expatriate costs, estimated to be minimum USD 250,000 per annum for personnel of managerial rank, shortage of man-power within the head-quarters makes it difficult to heed to the local office requests to increase number of expatriates.
The Language :
There is general perception that Japanese is a tough language. Well, it is as easy, and as difficult as any other language, including our own. We find Hindi, or English simple because of our routine usage of it. Japanese as a language is made out of three scripts – Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. And as any other language it has four parts to it – Reading, Writing, Hearing, and Speaking. With life becoming technology dependent and having got concentrated on electronic means of communication, the ‘henkan’ key in our computers has altered the role of ‘writing’ to ‘identification’ in the Japanese language.
Career Options after Japanese :
Already Japan, through its enterprises in India, is the second largest foreign employment generator in India, and seeing the inevitable strategic partnership between India and Japan, Japanese language offers scores of career options. People well versed with this language are ought to play a major role in the Indo-Japan economic corridor. From technology transfer, to business management, liaison, tourism & hospitality, technical/non-technical interpretation & translation, and working at Japanese multi-nationals in India or Japan, information technology, communications sector, ‘anime’ world, robotics, and so on, all look forward for placement of fluent Japanese speakers. The remunerations are one of the highest and best even when compared to other professional qualifications like management, etc.
Japanese is also strongly recommended for fresh school pass-outs and those currently pursuing their under-graduation programs. Unlike in India where a 10+2+4 scheme is under-performing, pursuance of technical or professional studies in Japan through ‘Study in Japan’ option are sure ways of securing one’s career. There is a wide range of career-oriented professional courses in Japan to choose from those which would be the trend of future India. The universities and professional colleges of Japan provides much advanced technology and systems to learn, better infrastructures, practical teaching & training methods, and above all lucrative part-time jobs to support one’s study and stay in Japan.
Unlike most of the other centers of Japanese language teaching, we are not here just to make you ‘crack’ the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), or for that matter any other examination testing you on your Japanese language skills. We believe that success in any examination should be within and part of the teaching and learning process, and that teaching should not be based on just to make ‘crack’ the examinations. The biggest drawback in most of such examinations is that your conversation skills remain untested. Therefore, logically even when one has known, understood and ‘mugged up’ the syllabus, he/she may not be able to transform the same into his/her speaking. We are being approached by more and more students who have been learning Japanese for over 2 years now, have cleared JLPT levels up to N3 or, in few cases, even higher, but could hardly converse in Japanese before they joined us. Our courses, teaching methodology, teacher’s outlook concentrates on strong conversational skill development where the student is fluent to converse least to the extent what he/she has learnt. To introduce ourselves, even before you pay a visit and experience yourself, some of our salient features are :
1. Professionally Qualified Native Japanese Instructors
All our instructors are professionally qualified to teach Japanese as a foreign language and are native Japanese. This makes learning faster, correct and the student progresses with the native accent in his/her speech.
2. Special Focus on Strong Conversational Skills (Kaiwa)
Our syllabus and teaching methodology is much focused on developing strong communication skills to fluently converse.
3. Accreditation with one of the largest chain of colleges of Japan
We are associated with one of the largest chain of institutions of Japan – the JIKEI Group of colleges, established in the year 1979, having over 55 professional colleges within Japan, offering careers spanning in over 600 diverse array of fields, and having presence in more than 14 countries outside Japan. The syllabus we follow and training program for our instructors is specially designed keeping in view the unique nature of students – the so called students from non-kanji nations. The JIKEI Group also offers specialized program in professional courses for our students wishing to move to Japan to take up ‘study in Japan’ program.
4. Extensive Courses, and Special ‘Conversation Only’ Course for All Levels
We realized the needs of students who have gone through the learning process in the Japanese language till certain level but still find it difficult to speak. Such student/s claim they have done grammar (bunpou), vocabulary (goi), sentence formation (bunnkei), and other parts of grammar and yet cannot converse based on their past learning. We offer specialized syllabus in our ‘conversation only’ courses designed for such needs and for all levels.
5. Online Learning
Since learning does not end at the class-room exit, we offer our students an on-line learning experience 24*7.
6. Low Student – Teacher Ratio
We keep an ideal low student-teacher ratio so as to keep progress of each and every student as priority and the instructor is able to devote right level of concentration and time to each student.
7. 100% Assured Placement
We guarantee 100% placement through our specialized Human Resource division headed by Japanese personnel with more than 15 years of experience in Japanese business in India.
8. Only Institute to Cover All Levels of Japanese Language Study
Arguably, we are the only institution in Delhi-NCR, and probably in India which can successfully undertake teaching of Japanese language fro level basic until near native, i.e. covering JLPT N5 till N1 equivalent level/s)
9. Entrusted by the Top Schools of Delhi
Our institute has been entrusted to teach Japanese as part of the foreign language under the C.B.S.E. curriculum by the top schools of India, such as Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram, Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, etc. to name few. Also our institution is entrusted to teach Japanese language and culture to personnel from middle and senior management in Japanese organizations doing business in India.
10. Professional & Specialized yet Friendly Career Counseling
The promoters of the institution and the group, having extensive experience at top management positions in Japanese enterprises, are with strong back-ground and very well versed with culture and commerce between India and Japan to offer you professional counseling in the future economic and business prospects in Japanese and with Japan.
11. Elaborate Text and Study Material, including Audio-Visual Tools
The syllabus and teaching process is not based on any particular text but a variety of text books and audio-visual tools to make learning Japanese language a pleasant experience.
12. FAMS to Boost Skills and Build Confidence
We conduct, as part of syllabus FAMS tour of Japan and other extra-curricular activities, seminars and interactive sessions engaging people involved with business between India and Japan, as optional, to give our student maximum exposure not only to native Japanese language but also an insight to Japan’s business and social culture.
13. ‘Study in Japan’ with ‘Earn & Learn’
We offer to our students, tailor-made to their needs and requirements, their educational back-ground, as well as their individual disposition and talent, to equip themselves with professional qualification through our ‘study in Japan’ program in over 10 fields and having more than 600 careers spanning in diverse array of fields, along with ‘earn & learn’ support which suffices student’s tuition and basic needs.
14. Comprehensive Library
Our well-equipped library further enhances our student’s process and experience of learning Japanese through distinct & rare collection of books, periodicals, study material, audio-visuals available for our students in our library.
15. Learning Made Affordable
Besides such extensive infrastructure and exceptional faculty, the fee structure has been kept affordable with easy payment schemes. The student has option to pay through on-line, credit-card, cheque/draft, wireless transfer, and cash.
16. Convenient Timings
Courses are conducted at convenient timings with week-day/week-end options keeping in view any other pre-occupation of the student towards his/her studies or employment.
17. Good Access
The institute is conveniently located at 10 minutes’ walk from Rajouri Garden Metro Station (on the blue line)
1.1.1 – 2 Courses
Basic – 【N5】
This is beginner’s course and covers JLPT Level N5. At completion of it, the student will be able to make small sentences, understand & participate in basic conversation in Japanese Language. All 3 scripts – Hiragana, Katakana, & Kanji is introduced to the student during this course.
■ Hello ! My name is ________.
■ I am ____ years.
■ I am a student of Japanese Language.
■ I live in _______________.
Kanji 150 (about)
Vocabulary 750 (about)
Grammar Pattern 125 (about)
Course Duration ： 150 hrs.
Certificate – 【N4】
This is the second level course in learning Japanese. This course covers JLPT Level N4. Successful completion of the Basic level (or equivalent level) within immediately preceding 3 months is a pre-requisite for admission to this course. At completion of it, the student will be able to strike easy conversation on day-to-day basic topics, ask and respond to simple questions.
■ I was made to wait at the station due to the train was late.
■ According to the NEWS, this winter would be cold.
■ I just had my food.
■ It being Sunday, bank/s should be closed.
Kanji 180 (about)
Vocabulary 700 (about)
Grammar Pattern 115 (about)
Course Duration ： 180 hrs.
Intermediate – 【N3】
This is the third level course in learning Japanese and can be considered as most vital stage in the complete process of learning the language. This course covers JLPT Level N3. Students seeking admission directly to this course must submit documentary evidence of successfully completing the preceding level within 3 months of application to this course. At completion of it, the student will be able to read & write in Japanese on common, but ordinarily non-technical, topics and converse fluently on the same subjects as well.
■ It is not that I do not know Japanese however Kanji/s are difficult.
■ Let’s discuss (or think) about the various problems concerning environment
■ It’s because of the teacher that I have started enjoying (learning) the Japanese language.
■ Only if I have time (only if time permits), I would like to go relaxing at the hot spring.
Kanji 360 (about)
Vocabulary 2300 (about)
Grammar Pattern 63 (about)
Course Duration ： 230 hrs.
Diploma – 【N2】
This is the fourth and one short of the last level of the complete Japanese language course. This course covers JLPT Level N2. Students seeking admission directly to this course must submit documentary evidence of successfully completing the preceding level within 3 months of application to this course. At completion of it, the student will be able to comprehend, read and write by-and-large on all topics, speak fluently and participate in discussions on same topics as well, understand NEWS in Japanese, and so forth. In practice, completion of this course shall also connect to careers in Japanese language as most of the organizations seeking proficient Japanese language skills are satisfied on successful demonstration of ability in Japanese language up to this course level.
■ Kindly fasten (your) seat belts firmly as emergency brakes may be applied due to unavoidable circumstances.
■ Since it is a request from Mr. Tanaka there is no choice but to go.
■ Please act upon due consideration.
Kanji 750 (about)
Vocabulary 1250 (about)
Grammar Pattern 63 (about)
Course Duration ： 270 hrs.
Advance Diploma – 【N1】
This is the final level of the complete Japanese language course. This course covers JLPT Level N1. Students seeking admission directly to this course must submit documentary evidence of successfully completing the preceding level within 3 months of application to this course. At completion of it, the student will be able to achieve a near-native proficiency in all forms of the language – reading, writing (or typing), speaking, and hearing. Since this is the highest level of learning in Japanese as a foreign language, on completion of this the student shall become eligible for all careers requiring proficient Japanese language skills. The student shall also qualify for taking admission in Japanese University for pursuing higher studies in Japan.
■ Despite of formidable attack by the opponent (team) in the later half, our team was able to defend 1 score (point).
■ Regardless of the success or failure (outcome), please inform whatever the result be.
■ No matter how cheap it be, you (or one) should buy it only if required.
Kanji 560 (about)
Vocabulary 5000 (about)
Grammar Pattern 71 (about)
Course Duration ： 320 hrs.
. . . . as this Japanese proverb says that ‘it is better to get accustomed to what may be difficult to learn’. Language is what you speak, more than what you may be able to read or write.
We have specially designed Conversation (Kaiwa) Only classes for each level and for those who are versed in grammar and vocabulary and yet find it difficult when it comes to conversation in Japanese.
Our qualified Japanese native faculty and staff ensure that you get the right accent and speak Japanese of your level with fluency thus bringing what you know in practice.
(as per the syllabus of each level)
You know Japanese – the ‘futsuu-go’. But it is different from what is spoken in the corporate corridors, with customers and business associates.
Here you may need to polish your ‘teinei-go’, besides learn ‘keigo’ (‘sonkei-go’ & ‘kenjyou-go’), and yet be careful that it is not ‘ukemi’. This is a powerful tool when you do business with Japan and a must-have in your caliber.
It is expected that you are versed with general Japanese – the ‘futsuu-go’, and this course aims to further upgrade your proficiency level to equip you with the Business Japanese, as aforementioned and as per the syllabus below.
Announcements, Tele-Conversation, Writing E-Mail/Office Communication, Japanese Culture, Other
1.1.1 – 3 授業料
add (presently scholarship program applicable : up to 50% OFF on tuition fee). For details, Please contact
PLAN – A
PLAN – B
PLAN – C
PLAN – D
N-5 ~ N-1
BASIC to ADVANCE DIPLOMA
N-4 ~ N-1
CERTIFICATE to ADV. DIPLOMA
N-3 ~ N-1
INTERMEDIATE to Adv. DIPLOMA
N-2 ~ N-1
DIPLOMA to ADV. DIPLOMA
1.1.1 – 4 フォーラム (FORUM)
(please integrate forum – bb press)
1.1.1 – 5 Study in Japan Program
( ディプロマ コース在籍 / JLPT N2 )
毎日2時間勉強します。 4. J LIFE – TOYO はどんな学校ですか？
( ディプロマ コース在籍 / JLPT N2 )
J LIFE の学生です。
4. J LIFE – TOYO はどんな学校ですか？
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・・・ 採用情報 ・・・ 現在募集しております。
1. 勤務地： Ｊライフ – 東洋日本語学校、ニューデリー、インド
2. 所在地 ： GN – 9 Shivaji Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi – 110 027, India (near Shivaji College, Delhi University)
3. 募集人数 ： 2 – 3 名
4. 応募資格 ：
ⅰ) 資格 — 日本語主・副専攻修了
ⅱ) 経験 — 経験のある方が望ましい（未経験者可）
ⅲ) 英語力 — 基本会話程度が望ましい
ⅳ) 年齢 — 40歳未満
5. 勤務条件 ：
ⅰ) 契約期間 — 2016年01月01日 ～ 3年契約、延長可(相談のうえ出来るだけ早くスタートしていただく場合がございます。）
ⅱ) 勤務時間 — 45 ～ 50時間 / 週 （うち 27 ～ 30 時間 / 週は授業）
6. 待遇 ：
ⅰ) 給与 — INR 30,000 / 月
ⅱ) ビザ申請料全額支給 ⅱ）渡航費支給 ⅲ）健康保険料全額支給
7. 福利厚生 ：
8. 応募方法 ：
◗ 担当 ： 人事担当
◗ Eメール ： email@example.com
◗ 電話 ： +91 – 11 – 4505 – 9199
アクセス 【CONTACT US】
HI-NO-DE Education Society (Regd.)
J LIFE-TOYO Japanese Language Institute
・ J ライフ 東洋日本語学校
Address : GN-9 Shivaji Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi – 110027
【near Shivaji College, Delhi University ・ 10 mts. Walk from Rajouri Garden Metro Station on Blue Line】
Tel. : +91-11-4505-9199
メール : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Regd. Address : J-199 Rajouri Garden, New Delhi – 110027, India (インド)
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