Our teachers are all experienced professionals and native speakers who focus on your needs to give you the most organized and efficient English-learning experience. Our responsive support team will ensure you maximize your time and get the most from your classes.
We take teaching seriously. And learning a language correctly is a complex process. Our system is organized for maximum impact and efficiency. Our teachers will give you lots of great, personalised feedback every lesson to develop your English more effectively.
Learn any time of day from wherever you want. Our price plans are flexible and so is our schedule. Lessons are only 25 minutes, so you can fit them into your busy day. If you have more time, you can book extra sessions. You can also choose what you want to study from our great range of courses.
First join The English Farm. You'll need to give us a little information so we know how to help you. You'll get a free lesson point when you join to schedule a trial class. We'll assess your English skills too. If you have any questions, send us a message.
Lessons cost ￥1,970 for 25 minutes or less if you buy a package. Textbooks cost ¥3,000 – ¥5,000 depending on the course you choose. Our system is flexible and your lesson points never expire. Start any time, take lessons when it suits you or take a break if you need one.
A must for every student. Perfect your accent and your delivery with one-on-one feedback.
"I am a lazy person, but the fun lessons encourage me to keep studying English! Plus you can save money! Please just try a lesson! The quality of the lessons on The English Farm is amazing, I promise!"
A global view
"In addition to the lesson program, I enjoy conversation and discussion with The English Farm teachers, who have a lot of rich experience in several countries and the business world. I can learn a global point of view and about a wide range of topics including the business field."
"At Toyota, few employees are assigned to work overseas within two years of starting. Thanks to The English Farm, I have been assigned to work in Europe just two years out of university!"
Submitted by Matthew on Sunday, August 17, 2014 - 03:44.
All languages borrow words from other languages. The Japanese language uses a lot of phrases and words from English and other languages. Many times they are changed in their meaning or usage. That means that when you use these words in English, you should be careful.