Super J Academy

The Academy was established in 2019 by the Super Japanese Coach Association with the aim of revolutionizing Japanese study by providing Japanese lessons that take a completely different approach compared to conventional academic methods.

The method is based on Japanese-English monthly magazine “Hiragana Times,” which has been published since 1986 and is supported by readers in more than 100 countries. The magazine covers topics related to Japan using a method that allows readers to study the Japanese language at the same time.


In order to be able to communicate effectively in Japanese as soon as possible, during lessons importance is placed on acquiring language quickly, while also having fun. The curriculum covers words and phrases encountered in daily life, including the unique Japanese method of counting and reading dates, along with the vocabulary you’ll need to describe people’s appearances and feelings.

Since we provide online lessons, as long as they can understand English, anyone in the world can take the lessons from scratch at a time to suit them.

Revolutionary Japanese Study Method

Our aim is to provide lessons that enable serious students to master Japanese in a short time while also having fun. For this we have created new revolutionary texts that have been registered with the Japan Patent Office as a utility model.

Many ordinary schools start out by teaching Japanese grammar. Is this really effective? We have some doubts about this method, and believe the most important task for mastering a language is memorizing vocabulary. If you know many words you can communicate easily with Japanese people, since the order of a Japanese sentence is flexible.

For those starting from scratch, we provide OneWord communication lessons first and then move onto sentence building using the words you’ve learned, helping you to become communicative in just six months. Students can master more than 1,000 words with our unique method.

Take, for instance, the word “eki” (station). eki is composed of the characters of “e” and “ki.” The pronunciation is represented by “e” for an elephant and “ki” for a king (using the first syllable of each word). Imagine an elephant having a fierce battle with a king at a station. You will remember this scene whenever you enter a station.

Our unique method also includes learning the Japanese writing system. You can also learn characters as if they were simply pictures. For advanced students, tailor made lessons are available.

Student Testimonials

Mika-san (Female, Sweden)

I have been studying with Super J Academy for nearly 2 months now. From the start, my teacher has customized the materials and lessons according to my interests, my weak spots and what approaches that work best for me. My teacher’s engagement and tailor-made lessons have been very motivating and kept me on track. The MAMA method is surprisingly successful and has helped me to memorize big amounts of vocabulary in a time efficient and fun way. For me this has been a crucial point, and it has made it possible for me to study parallel to my other commitments. I can strongly recommend Super J Academy to everyone who wants to learn Japanese, no matter is you are a beginner or just want to enhance your skills.

Ida-san (Female, Australia)

I would recommend their coaches to any first time Japanese learner. They presented the information step by step & clear, easy to pick up.

Eden-san (Female, Philippines)

“The coaches were so kind and such enthusiastic teachers! My coach came to class well-prepared and her lessons are just great. Students can definitely get motivated learning with her, she always tries her best to teach her students well.”

Cathy-san (Female, U.S.A.)

“I really love the Super J. The most helpful point from this lesson is that I do not need to have perfect grammar. As long as I learn the vocabulary, I can communicate with Japanese speakers. This is very useful to remember because I feel like grammar is very difficult and it makes learning Japanese intimidating. This lesson was also helpful because it showed me that many English words are used in Japan and sound very similar. I think this makes me feel more comfortable learning the vocabulary.”