Saturday Youth Classes are Now Enrolling

It’s time to enroll, everyone.

Our Fall Term is now open for registration.  We will be doing our usual, 17 week term; but because our host institution The Buddhist Church of Sacramento is currently closed, our classes will be online for the Fall.  As usual, we will be providing a variety of classes for young students (roughly 9 years old) to high school students who have little or no prior knowledge of the Japanese language.

The Sakura Gakuen Youth Program will be doing Zoom! classes starting on Saturday, September 14, 2020.  Classes will be taught by our native Japanese Sensei and will be based on having two periods each week.  One class will be focused primarily on Japanese as a second language, while the second will be focused more on Japanese cultural information.  Unlike other conversational Japanese classes, Japanese alphabets (Hiragana and Katakana) and Kanji will be taught to the students.  Students will be instructed how to speak Japanese, as well as how to read and write it.

Class Schedule:

1st period 9:00 am – 9:55 am
2nd period 10:05 am – 11:00 am

Tuition and Payment:

Semester Tuition: 

$250 for the first student $225 for the second student $200 for the third and successive students.  Tuition and fees are due in full by the first day of classes.  Unfortunately, we are only accepting payments by check at this time.

Payment can be sent to:

Sakura Gakuen Japanese Language School Youth Program

c/o North American Food Dist. Co. Inc.

3969 Industrial Blvd.

West Sacramento, CA 95691


Please contact the school at: (916) 542-0557 or



  1. Tobin Arrant says

    Tobin would like to enroll in an intermediate class for high school students. He is currently in the 10th grade and has been studying Japanese for 1.5 years. .

  2. Jennifer says

    I’d like to enroll my daughter for summer session but I do not see a summer session form.

  3. I would love to enroll! I have been studying Japanese for 1 week! My name is Zemiah and i look forward to being in this school!

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