Introducing the Rocket Japanese "Play the Part" Series

If you want to boost your Japanese conversational skills, then the "Play the Part" series is for you.

You already know what Rocket Japanese is all about, and with an average 4.7 star rating, you also know that we aim to produce the highest quality and most effective Japanese learning material that we possibly can.

For a lot of people, the best way to learn Japanese to a high standard is to spend a few months on an immersion-style course in Japan. Unfortunately, immersion courses are very expensive and not everyone can take months off work or study.

That’s why we design our courses to be:

  • as immersive as possible in an online environment;
  • used at any time; and
  • the best "bang for buck."

The tools and features within Rocket Japanese are all geared towards getting you:

  • speaking Japanese with perfect pronunciation;
  • understanding spoken Japanese; and
  • to know Japanese culture as well as a local.

The "Play the Part" series puts you in the driver's seat by giving you extensive lessons that concentrate on everyday Japanese conversations, while at the same time giving you more knowledge about how things work in Japan.

You will discover a side of Japan that you didn’t know existed. And you may even get mistaken for a local!

You will become more fluent and confident with your Japanese speaking skills, as these lessons will really home in on getting you speaking Japanese in a natural way.

 
Package features
Hours of lesson time
Lesson count
Practice conversations
Voice recognition phrases
60-day guarantee
Lifetime access
 

Play the Part

$49.95
Package features
Hours of lesson time
10
Lesson count
10
Practice conversations
20
Voice recognition phrases
555
60-day guarantee
Lifetime access

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