Benri Nihongo (BRNG.JP) is the only one providing Japanese Language Training for English Speakers in HK. I have no hesitation in highly recommending to you. Tsutomu Katayama, Director of Former Osaka Prefectural Government HK Office. Here you can enjoy learning Japanese as well as developing a sense of using Japanese. Benri Nihongo is the answer!
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Since 1999

Since 1999, BRNG.JP has been providing Japanese language training for non-native speakers of Japanese in Hong Kong. Currently more than 200 Hongkongers and some other foreigners coming from all walks of life have signed up for Japanese courses provided by BRNG.JP. Some of them are already well educated while some of them have passed in JLPT with brilliant results. BRNG.JP believes that "providing a Japanese language training with adequate spoken practice" is absolutely the single most important thing for the learners.

Here learners can enjoy learning Japanese as well as developing a sense of using Japanese. 'Benri Nihongo' is the answer!

Mr. Felix Tang(フィリックスタング)Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 70762, Kowloon Central Post Office, Kowloon, HK.


Founded in 1999. Near 20 years of solid experience in Japanese language training.
An Overseas Japanese-Language Educational institution accredited by The Japan Foundation.
Besides more than 200 Hongkongers, some British, American and French people etc. working in HK have signed for Japanese courses provided by BRNG.JP.
100% pass rate in JLPT under the guidance of BRNG.JP.
Syllabi ranging from elementary level to tertiary level, from daily conversation to examination.
All courses are tutored by Mr Felix Tang in person (Face-to-Face).
Felix - the official Japanese interpreter for the former Osaka Prefectural Government Hong Kong Office.
Felix - a Part-time Japanese interpreter for The Judiciary of Hong Kong.

Accredited by JF

The Japan Foundation established in 1972 is an independent administrative institution (IAI) supervised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Headquartered in Tokyo, the Japan Foundation is actively: (1) carring out arts and cultural exchange programs; (2) promoting overseas Japanese language education; (3) supporting Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange. From 2010 onwards, the Japan Foundation accredits Benri Nihongo (BRNG.JP) for the role of popularization of Japanese-language education.