The Japan Foundation in Toronto is hosting their annual Japanese Study Fair online this year due to COVID-19.
So if you are interested in studying Japanese and are not sure where to begin, join us in this event to know more about the Japanese Language Schools from the GTA.
There will be Door Prizes for those attending!
Send your questions by July 26th by clicking on the link below!
Virtual Japanese Study Fair
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The Board of Directors of the Toronto Japanese Language School is pleased to announce the appointment of Yasuhiko Kajiwara to the position of principal for the school. The appointment is effective from November 29, 2018 to August 31 2019.
The Board would also like to thank Principal Kajiwara for selflessly covering the principal position during the summer and early fall months.
Dorothy Toshiye Tanaka, 1924 – 2015 TJLS School Principal (1979 – 2012) and Teacher
With much sadness, we regret to inform you that our former School Principal, Toshiye Tanaka passed away on January 2, 2015. Tanaka-san was the longest serving principal in our school’s history. During her 33 year tenure as Principal, she established the Okamatsu Speech Contest, oversaw the school’s incorporation as a Charitable Not-For-Profit school and the school’s 40th, 50th and 60th Anniversaries. She has grown the school from a small community institution to one of the most established and well-respected Japanese language schools in Canada, and at the same time has touched the hearts and educated the minds of thousands of students. She has passed to every one of her students and staff her curiosity to learn, passion to teach and her resolve to achieve. We’ll all miss her, and our thoughts and best wishes are with her family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre or to the Toronto Japanese Language School.