Iloha Cul­ture Cen­tre

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Learning -

Ja­panese is mostly spo­ken in Ja­pan ob­vi­ously, but with Ja­panese cul­ture be­com­ing pop­u­lar around the world, many stu­dents take it up as their sec­ond lan­guage to learn. It isn’t the eas­i­est lan­guage to learn and stu­dents must also learn kanji, which are the char­ac­ters they use for writ­ing.

Spread over a pe­riod of three months, classes here are taught by friendly na­tive-speak­ing in­struc­tors and are suited for chil­dren ages six to 12 years old. Classes are in­ten­tion­ally kept small so that stu­dents can fully en­gage with the lessons.

21-1, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar (03 2202 2800/ RM390, check web­site for promo.

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