Congratulations and a big round of applause for Ms. Gwendolen Wong, a student of Pasona Education and the winner of the Third Place at the "Japanese Speech Contest"! This year's Japanese Speech Contest, organized by the Japan Society of Hong Kong and the Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong, was held on Saturday, November 24th, [...]
Enjoy the newly opened Hello Kitty Glamping facility which provides a comfortable and glamorous camping experience, charmingly decorated and accessorized with your favourite character's goods to make your stay comfortable.
A new attraction based on the popular manga/anime "Naruto & Boruto" is due open in Nijigen no Mori on Awaji Island in Spring 2019! Check here for more details.
We have been invited to teach Japanese to the students of this school for 13 years. On the Course Selection Day we arranged some interactive games in which they could learn some Japanese culture and some basic vocabulary. You can see that they are having a lot of fun. A lot of students visited our [...]
This course, taught by an experienced teacher Ms. Shizuko Sugiyama, who also plays an active part in the Japanese education field, includes Japanese language teaching methods and practices with theory. This course is suitable for people who are planning to be Japanese language teachers. For enrollment please download the application form. * This course is [...]
Mini English Conversation Lessons at lunch, at your office, at your convenience!
For the first time ever, Pasona Education is incorporating AR technology into Japanese studies! Play this quiz game to win a prize!
We are seeking next generation leaders with the passion to challenge themselves to join the Awaji Youth Federation as Fellows in this unique global community! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, where you will get to "learn to work and work to learn" in the beautiful surroundings of Awaji Island. Qualified applicants will [...]
We had a wonderful morning on 9th March because the Japanese teachers taught us how to make "ichigo daifuku" (strawberry mochi) in the intensive Japanese class. These sweets, made from fresh strawberries and traditional red bean paste, tasted simple and delicious.