English Communication Intensive is our part-time course for people who want to develop their English skills in an immersive, enjoyable, highly-interactive environment. Students can take this course to prepare for our coding courses or as a positive step towards any personal or professional goal involving English, communication, and increased confidence.

We don’t care about TOEIC scores at all. The only entry requirements are a commitment to the entire four-week program, strong motivation, and a desire to improve!

Developed especially with our teaching philosophies in mind, this course focuses on empowering students to thrive in diverse, all-English, or multilingual environments.

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Student Testimonials


Manabu (Hardware Engineer, Ibaraki)


Masa (IT Company Director, Fukuoka)


Akira (IT Product Manager, Tokyo)


Kaz (System Engineer, Tokyo)

コードクリサリス英語コミュニケーション集中コースの授業は、土日8時間×4週間連続で集中してスピーキング、発音、リーディング、ライティングを総合的に実施します。英語でのアウトプットをしなければならないため、日本に居ながら外国の環境に置かれた状況になるため、最初は戸惑うかもしれませんがその分英語力が飛躍的に上がります。 義務教育である程度英語の読み書きは出来るが、英語で話すことに抵抗があるという方には特におすすめのコースです。

Michiko (Advertising Manager, Miyazaki)


Hiroaki (Software Engineer, Tokyo)

Eight Reasons Why Someone Should Apply for Our English Communication Intensive


We don't care about your TOEIC score. We care about improving your communication skills.


We don't use textbooks. We prepare you for real-life situations by using texts, videos, and topics that English speakers read, watch, and talk about.


We give you homework so you can prepare for class, not so we can grade you on it. We don't give you a final exam because we think that the best measure of your improvement is how comfortable, confident, and capable you feel.


We believe that you can't learn to swim just by reading a book about swimming. We also believe that you can't learn to speak English by simply attending classes. You need to immerse yourself in English, participate actively in class, and work hard to develop the right skills.


We don't use dictionaries in class. We challenge you to use the skills you have to make the best of what you already know. You can build your vocabulary in your own time, so we use class time to provide you with opportunities to develop your communication skills through face-to-face interactions.


Life is not scripted, and neither are our conversation classes. We will teach you to speak improvisational English, not in a "repeat after me" or "one pattern" fashion.


We believe you learn best when you are enjoying yourself. We will offer fun activities and conversation topics to keep you interested and motivated.


We want you to aim for progress, not perfection. We want you to push yourself, step outside your comfort zone, and learn through trial and error.

Program Details

Code Chrysalis English Communication Intensive

This is a practical all-English program with content that helps people gain confidence and skills for English communication. Just like study abroad, we take our students outside of their comfort zone so they can increase their communication skills and output abilities and feel real progress. Through activities, based a variety of topics, students learn to thrive communicating in English in realistic scenarios such as:
  • Discussions (pair, group)
  • Presenting in front of people (improvised talks, prepared presentations)
  • Interacting with authentic English-language materials (TED talks, music, and current news articles)
  • Team debates
  • Exchanging feedback and advice, self evaluation
This course has an emphasis on self expression, output, and balanced natural English conversation.
  • Minami Azabu (near Roppongi Hills), Minato Ward, Tokyo
  • Four weeks; approx. 60 hours of class time
  • [Individual Lesson] Video phone 50-min Skype lesson (one weekday each week)
  • [Group Lessons] Tuesday & Thursday: 7pm–10pm | Saturday: 9am–6pm
  • ¥150,000
Upcoming Course DatesDeadline to Apply
October 23 – November 17, 2018October 19, 2018
November 20 – December 15, 2018November 16, 2018
January 8 - February 2, 2019January 4, 2018
February 5 – March 2, 2019February 1, 2018

Further course dates will be added as available.