“Intercultural communication” that connects you to the world

Teaching material features

Cross-cultural communication is a teaching material for teaching each other about different cultures, by communicating Japanese culture to people overseas in English and learning about foreign cultures from people overseas. In addition, events around the world such as Halloween and Christmas can be enjoyed from a different angle if you talk about the differences in how each country spends their time.

This is the perfect teaching material for those who want to create sentences using thematic words, explain their own culture, and enjoy discussions.

Textbooks are available for beginners to advanced learners, and are popular with those who want to deepen their understanding of foreign cultures.

For people like this
  • Those who want to be able to explain their own culture in English
  • Those who want to discuss cultural and traditional events in English
  • Those who are interested in foreign cultures
What you will learn in this lesson
  • Vocabulary enhancement

    Vocabulary enhancement

    Learn words and expressions related to the theme. In addition, you can steadily improve your vocabulary by creating sentences using the words you have learned.

  • Improving English communication skills

    Improving English communication skills

    By explaining the culture of your own country and having discussions about it, you can develop the ability to summarize your own opinions in English and convey them accurately to others.

  • get to know different cultures

    get to know different cultures

    You can broaden your horizons by learning about different cultures, and at the same time, learn English with cultural and traditional event themes.。

How to take lessons

As well as making reservations, we are available for lessons right now, so you can take cross-cultural communication anytime you like.

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