Tanoshii Japanese School gives Japanese lessons in a fun and effective manner. That is why the name of our school is Tanoshii Japanese School. Tanoshii, means 'fun' or 'enjoyable' in Japanese. There are small numbers of students in each class, so each student has opportunities to speak and think in Japanese. Compared to other Japanese schools, our price is reasonable, and the quality of the lessons is very good.
Classes are held in 2 locations: In Mississauga, classes are held in classrooms in the Mississauga Central Public Library building. (The classrooms are rented from the City of Mississauga but the school has no affiliation with the City or the Library.) The Library is at 301 Burnhamthorpe Road West (see map), just west of Hurontario St and south of Square One at the corner of Burnhamthorpe Road and Duke of York Boulevard.
In Oakville, classes are held at 1180 Kelsey Court, Unit 27, Oakville.(see map).
This location is close to and north of the QEW and Trafalgar Road interchange. Kelsey Court runs off of McCraney Street East just south of White Oaks Secondary School. It is easily accessible by Oakville bus #19 from the Oakville GO station. The nearest bus stop is at McCraney and Montclair across from White Oaks Secondary School.
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Principal Kaori Strong After completing a Japanese teacher training course in Tokyo, in 1991 Kaori Strong passed the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test authorized by the Japanese Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and administered by the Association of International Education, Japan. She has taught Japanese to all ages and for many needs in Japan and Canada.