Where to attend Japanese classes online? Free Videos

People are increasingly interested in the Japanese language, possibly because of anime, manga and pop culture. Over the years, several online Japanese courses have appeared, some paid and some free. In this article, we will share where you can attend Japanese classes online for free.

At Suki Desu we have written several articles on the Japanese language, but if you don't already know, our Youtube channel it also publishes lessons, tips and some videos related to the Japanese language. We also have an online project called the VIP members area.

Below is an example of a video lesson from our youtube channel:

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Where to attend free Japanese online classes?

Japanese Lessons - Japanese Online Program

Luiz Rafael and his team has been offering free and paid content for more than 5 years to those who wish to learn Japanese. Your youtube channel already has more than 260 videos and its material is more advanced than a simple basic course that channels usually offer before a full and paid course.

The Japanese lessons website also offers a variety of articles, vocabulary lists (some I have written) and several articles to help you learn Japanese. I follow closely every effort that Sensei Luiz and his team of dedicated people make to further improve its content and course.

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Here's an example of a lesson or tip for learning Japanese using anime:

NihonGO - Ricardo Cruz

Ricardo Cruz is a Brazilian lover of Japanese culture and became a singer for one of the biggest anime song bands in Japan, JAMProject. He spent much of his time in Japan and learning Japanese fluently.

Currently he also decided to become a teacher and on his youtube channel we found more than 50 free videos that teach Japanese. The good he usually teaches using anime, tokusatsu, music and other elements of Japanese POP culture.

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See an example of Ricardo Cruz's Japanese class using anime phrases:

Nihongando with Nanda

Nanda also has a Japanese course (became fashionable) and a YouTube channel with more than 330 videos. The videos are straight from Japan and very focused on everyday life, especially for those who already live in Japan and need to learn Japanese to get by there.

Nanda is very charismatic and fun, becoming one of the best channels for watching Japanese classes online on youtube.

See an example of Nanda's video below:

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I speak japanese! - Monica

I speak japanese! is a YouTube channel with videos of Monica teaching Japanese. She is a teacher, translator and interpreter and has fulfilled her dream of studying at a University in Japan and working in the areas mentioned.

Her channel has more than 90 videos and all of them with great tips and teachings for you who want to learn Japanese online through free video lessons. It also has a Secret Club of Japanese students with exclusive material and videos.

Let's leave a trailer for Monica's channel:

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Japanese Quick Order

Leiko Abe maintains a YouTube channel named Learn Japanese Fast and also offers an advanced online Japanese course as well as a basic course. Your channel is full of videos and your complete course lasts 12 months.

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Speaking Japanese - Sarah

Sarah has had her channel for quite a while now, becoming one of the pioneers on youtube when it comes to Japanese classes. Your channel has over 200 videos and is one of the most popular on YouTube.

She has charisma and shares her journey during her studies in Japan until she forms her own language school. If you still don't know Sarah's channel, you're missing out on one of the best places to watch Japanese classes online.

Watch a video of Sarah below:

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Free Course - Erin's Challenge

Erin's challenge is a Japan Foundation project that teaches Japanese free of charge through a course hosted on an online website. This course teaches Japanese in a fun way, through video classes that show the daily life of a foreigner who went to study in Japan.

The course has several interactions and features to help you learn. The website contains more than 25 different lessons. Each lesson has 7 different “topics”, where we explore a subject.

Japanese in Porto Alegre

This youtube channel has more than 90 videos for you to watch and learn Japanese. Sensei has a degree in higher education from the Tsukuba National University and has taught in the interior of São Paulo since 1998.

He currently works as a translator and teacher and his YouTube channel is a good source of content for those looking for Japanese classes to watch online.

Below a video of the Japanese channel in Porto Alegre:

Nihongo no Mori - Japanese channel

Nihongo no Mori is a channel entirely in Japanese and made by Japanese to teach those who already have a basic knowledge of the Japanese language to advance. The channel already has more than 1000 videos and even has material from the N1.

If you are already at an advanced level of Japanese, this channel is perfect for you and fully prepares you for the tests of JLPT.

See an example of a Nihongo no Mori video lesson Below:

Where to find and watch Japanese classes online?

Don't get stuck only with those mentioned channels and websites, you may well find your own youtube channels looking for Japanese or Nihongo. If you have knowledge of the English language, the alternatives multiply by 10x.

Also try to attend not only classes in Japanese but other materials in the Japanese language itself, either on youtube or on nicole douga. I hope you enjoyed these recommendations! If so, share it with friends and leave your suggestions in the comments.

We have written several articles providing websites, tools and online courses that teach Japanese. To complement the article we will list these articles below for you to take a look: