The Gion Festival, Yoiyama
(Stefan, CCA 2.0)
Itsukushima Shrine (Rdsmith4, CCA 2.5)
Japanese bullet train
(Akumach, CCA 2.0)
Horyuji Temple, Ikaruga
(Reggaeman, CCA 3.0)
Learn how to communicate effectively and talk with international audiences about the top tourist and cultural attractions in Japan.
Try our free, online, culturally-integrated approach for learning English. Ideal for those studying and working in tourism, hospitality and hotel manaagement.
English Sensei provides an informal setting for those working in Japan's hospitality, tourism, government and education sectors to improve their communication skills in English.
Tourism-related workers including those working in hotels and spas; restaurants; tour companies; travel agencies; retail sales; banks; hospitals and clinics catering to medical tourism; and those working in transportation services such as taxis, airports and airlines, buses and cruise ships will all find relevant lessons to their line of work.
Government staff including diplomats; those working in ministry, prefectural and municipal offices responsible for tourism, international relations and economic development will benefit from reading exercises with relevant thematic content.
Educators will find that the complementary learning resources of English Sensei can enhance their classroom-based instruction by inserting English modules into a variety of subjects. Teachers can access and share high quality digital language learning materials for tourism in our English Sensei social learning group on Facebook.
Our English for Tourism and Hospitality course consists of 150 free online lessons taken over four levels (beginner/A1, elementary/A2, intermediate/B1 and upper intermediate/B2).
In our Resources section , we provide you with an overview of the key English-speaking countries of Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Learn the most common English phrases that are useful for traveling abroad.
Start your journey by learning some common tourism phrases with our visual memory aids.