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About Hamjuku

Hamjuku was established in 2013 for the purpose of learning Japanese. The core objectives of our website are to provide you with JLPT (Japanese-Language Proficiency Test) preparation to take practice examinations for Japanese learners. Further, it offers a unique experience such as Japanese lessons on video meetings as special services.

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The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a standardized criterion-referenced test to evaluate and certify Japanese language proficiency for non-native speakers, covering language knowledge, reading ability, and listening ability. The test is held twice a year. On Hamjuku, you can take practice exams for the sake of improvement of your Japanese reading section for JLPT. As in the Japanese saying, "getting used to it is more important that learning it", please enjoy improving your Japaese by practicing the many excercises on our website.


The owner of Hamjuku, Ham makes blogs concerning Japanese vocabulary, grammar, kanji and culture, etc. in bilingual languages (English and Japanese). Also, many common mistakes that can be seen in Japanese learners are introduced here.


Webinar is an optional service which would be served for JLPT test takers. On Hamjuku, you can take many exams, but you might have some questions during learing Japanese. Ham is going to help you learn them on Google+ Hangouts video sessions. Also, these video session would be nice to improve your speaking and listening abilities. Ham is able to fix your grammartical errors and suggest more appropriate practical Japanese expressions over the sessions.

Learning a language is a long journey that requires time to master. However, you can master it if you love learning and keep learning. Enjoy learning is the best way to master it.

- Founder Ham (はむ) -

About Ham(はむ)

I was born and raised in Japan. I love languages (Japanese and English), and scored TOEIC 900 in 2007. I'm a Japanese teacher and a web programmer. Knock at the door of Hamjuku if you really want to learn Japanese.

Ham (はむ)


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