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Hougang Japanese Language School

What is the benefit of online classes?

We have online classes now! Only 8 seats are available for each class, so please call us and book the class now.

Check out the schedule of Upcoming Classes to study at our school!

We have launched our new textbook 'Elementary Japanese' exclusively for Elementary 1 students of Hougang Japanese Language School. For more details, read this please.

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Welcome to HOUGANG Japanese Language School! First of all, we would like to say that we offer the most reasonable Japanese course in Singapore!

Elementary 1 course is just S$300 for 40 hours.

We open new Elementary 1 class every month. So, check the schedule of upcoming classes if you would like to study at our school. We have one month intensive course (Elementary 1) duirng School Holiday. You can register beforehand.

To book a class, please contact us during registration hours. Our receptionist will help you to enroll in the class. See you soon! (*^-^*)


Hougang School:
BLK 204 #04-113/119 Hougang Street 21
(Kovan MRT station of the North East Line)

Jurong School:
134 Jurong Gateway #02-303A
(Opposite Jurong East MRT)
Registration Hours
Hougang School:
Mon to Fri: 1:00pm - 8:00pm
Sat & Sun : 10:30am - 3:30pm
(Dinner Break : 5:00pm-5:30pm)

Jurong School:
Mon to Fri: 1:00pm - 8:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sun: 10:00am - 4:00pm

* We will be closed on public holidays.
Hougang School: 6282 7590
Jurong School: 8202 4268

School's Logo

logoOur school's logo is originated from "Maneki-neko" which literally means 'beckoning cat" and is one of Japanese beloved traditional characters. It is believed to bring you good luck and a fortune.

The cat's face is shaped like "Daifuku-mochi" which is a kind of rice cake and is one of Japanese favorite sweets. "Daifuku" means 'big fortune'.

The whisker pad of our Manaki-neko is made from Kanji 人 which means "people, person". We believe that people are the most important factor to learn the language. So, we adopted this Kanji into our school's logo.