Stage 1 April in Japan : Japanese Social Etiquette and Protocol Programme

Comprehensive study of Japanese etiquette and protocol Stage One

Learn about Japanese culture and enhance your human skills

The Japanese Etiquette and Protocol Programme, ICPA’s most popular programme, is a comprehensive, hands-on introduction to the basics of Japanese culture and etiquette during the best season in Japan.

The programme provides a thorough grounding in the minimum etiquette you need to acquire if you are going to live, visit, study or settle in Japan.

Even if you do not intend to visit Japan, acquiring the basics of international culture will raise your level of cultural education to international standards and enrich your life.

ICPA is the only internationally accredited organisation in Japan and belongs to the world’s VIP protocol experts, including former members of the British Royal Family.

This course is suitable for those who

have plans to visit Japan
plan to move to Japan.
are studying Japanese culture or language
need to learn Japanese manners for some reason.
are studying Japanese culture as part of your international education
wish to acquire Japanese etiquette that cannot be acquired through international etiquette alone.
have some connection with Japan.
need to learn about Japanese culture because of business with Japan
have diplomatic reasons for which you need to learn.

You can acquire a lot of basic knowledge in a comprehensive and efficient way.

You will acquire solid knowledge appropriate for the international community.

Certificate of Completion will be issued

∗ This class is a face-to-face course, but is also offered online. Online courses can be taken online from anywhere in the world, and in the unlikely event of a missed class, students can receive a video make-up for a limited time.

Understanding Japanese culture and etiquette

You will learn Japanese culture and etiquette in a comprehensive way, enabling you to live, work and diplomat successfully in Japan. You will learn how to behave in different situations and how to treat people with dignity and respect, even in a global society.

Develop cultural awareness

Studying Japan, a mysterious and unique country, will increase your cultural awareness and enable you to consider not only how to communicate with Japan, but also how to behave in a variety of cultural situations. Developing cultural awareness is the key to success.

International education from beautiful Japanese culture

Developing skills, knowledge and education at an international level is key to success in modern society. As part of your education, learning about Japanese culture and etiquette will enhance your people skills. With these foundations, you will be able to act as a member of the international community.

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Course Information

Estimated Time: First week of April, Wednesday to Friday, 11 am to 6pm OR August Saturdays, 12am to 6pm (Japan Time)

Difficulty: stage 1

  • Enrollment in this course closed on 01/31/2023.

Foundations of Japanese etiquette and protocol

Bushido

History and Religions 

Greeting Etiquette and protocol

Traditional and Modern Japanese Culture

Samurai
Geisha
Music
Art
Manga

Japanese general social etiquette

Making an International Lasting Impression to Japanese People

Importance of Precedences in Japan

Japanese tea ceremony and etiquette

Japanese Dining Etiquette

Sake Etiquette

Etiquette of letters invitations in Japan

Envelops
Letters

Completion Test 

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Course Information

Estimated Time: First week of April, Wednesday to Friday, 11 am to 6pm OR August Saturdays, 12am to 6pm (Japan Time)

Difficulty: stage 1

    • Foundations of Japanese etiquette and protocol
      • What is etiquette and protocol?
      • Difference between West and East
      • What is the country of Japan?
      • Bushido
    • History and Religions 
      • World history and Japanese history
      • Japanese Shinto and believes 
      • Beauty of Japanese culture
      • How to show your respect to Japanese people
    • Greeting Etiquette and protocol
      • Japanese greetings
      • The correct way to bow
      • Introduction protocol
      • Dos and Don’ts
    • Traditional and Modern Japanese Culture
      • Samurai
      • Geisha
      • Music
      • Art
      • Manga
      • Diverse culture
    • Japanese general social etiquette
      • Travelling etiquette 
      • Visiting etiquette
      • Gift giving etiquette
      • Socialising etiquette
    • Making an International Lasting Impression to Japanese People
      • Different first impression in different situations
      • The most effective ways to leave the best impression to Japanese people
    • Importance of Precedences in Japan
      • The importance of precedences in Japan
      • Seating plans depending on situations
    • Japanese tea ceremony and etiquette
      • How to communicate with Japanese non-verbally
      • Body language signs
      • Dos and Don’ts
    • Japanese Dining Etiquette
      • Formal ,Sushi, Tempra
      • How to use chopsticks 
      • Etiquette of table
    • Sake Etiquette
      • Japanese Sake
      • How to serve and drink Sake
      • Toast etiquette
    • Etiquette of letters invitations in Japan
      • Importance of correspondences in Japan
      • Envelops
      • Letters
      • Invitations
    • Completion Test 
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