Conference Proceeding Full Version


Growing importance of Japanese education under Asia Health and Wellbeing Initiative (Japanese)


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Growing importance of Japanese education under Asia Health and Wellbeing Initiative (Bahasa)


pp. 2-3


Case-based learning as a peer learning (collaborative learning): Exploring the possibility of new applications in Workplaces

IKEDA Reiko, KONDOH Aya, KIM Hyogyung, KAMIMURA Hatsumi

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The Current Situation and Issues surrounding Japanese Language Education for ‘Long-term Care Workers’ and their Adaptation to Japanese Workplaces


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What Prevents Employment and Establishment of Foreign Talent:
 Suggestion from Business Japanese Education


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A Tentative Plan for Expanding the Role of Japanese Language Education in Foreign Caregiver Training: Research on Workplace Adaptation from a Managerial Perspective


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Aiming for Success in Japan’s National Nursing Exam: Exam Essentials Beyond Hard Work


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Development of a Practical “Japanese for Care Workers” Language Programme to Support International Students in Japanese Language Schools


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The Effects of Participating in the “Nihongo Partners” Program in Changing One’s Perspective


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How Indonesian EPA Caregivers View Permanent Employment in Japan and Japanese Life: Through the lens of Interviews and the Class Activities


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On the Learning of Mimetic Predicates that Express Mental and Physical States


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Factors Hindering Long-term Career of Foreign Workers in a Manufacturing Company in Japan: Interviews from Foreign Workers

AHEGO Kiyoko

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Training for Conversation by Using the Application: Through the Japanese Course for Global Engineers


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Teacher’s Learning Gained through Case Writing: A Consideration on the Role of Japanese Teachers as a Facilitator


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Japanese Communication Skill Learning App by using RolePlay with ChatBot: An efficient learning tool for practical Japanese in nursing care service

SUZUKI Gen, HEIKE Toshihiko, KUWATANI Tsuyoshi, TAOKA Yoshiko, HIEN Tran Thu

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Career Development of Highly Skilled Foreign Professionals Working in Japan: Cases of Two Indonesian Employees

UMEDA Chisako, WATANABE Wakana, KATO Miyuki

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A Study of Foreign Care-worker and Their Settlement in Japan: Survey Report of Indonesian Qualified care-worker Under the Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

JULITA Fahrul Rochim, IKEDA Reiko

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Describing of Practices for Connecting Teachers in Different Fields: Collaborative Practice Evaluation Based on Paper Review


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Peer Response on Indonesian Basic Japanese Language Learners at Two Universities: Benefits and Problems

Arianty Visiaty, Lea Santiar

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The Re-challenge of the Former EPA Indonesian Nurse Candidates

YAMADA Machiko, KIM Hyogyung

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A Study of Foreign Students Majoring in Tourism at Japanese Vocational Colleges


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A Proposal of Japanese Business Communication Learning by Foreign Business Persons and Japanese Business Persons Aiming for Interactive Learning

KOBAYASHI Hokuyo, KIM Hyogyung

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Analysis of Japanese Learning Outcomes of Nursing Students at Ngudi Waluyo University

― Comparison between Indonesian and Timor Leste Students ―

Ai Sumirah Setiawati

pp. 24-27



Story Retelling Technique in Guiding Service Learning Using Japanese Language

Amanda Rizka Rachim

pp. 28-31



Motives of Japanese Language Education Development in Secondary Education in Indonesia

Ayu Azhariyah

pp. 32-34



Japanese Language Skills of Nurse Candidates and Careworkers

Azka Fuad Assjari

pp. 35-38



Japanese Text Book Development for Elementary School

Betty Debora Aritonang, Heru Prasetyono Ardi

pp. 39-41



Development of Chokai Lecture Teaching Materials at Japanese Language Education Study Program in UNNES

Chevy Kusumah Wardhana

pp. 42-44



Cultural Concussion Experienced by Unitomo Students in Japan

Cicilia Tantri Suryawati, Titien Wahyu Andarwati

pp. 45-48



Development of Textbooks of Shokyu Kaiwa Course in Japanese Language Education Studies Program Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Dedi Suryadi, M.Kusnendar

pp. 49-51



Students Understanding Towards ~masho, ~mashooka and ~masenka Expression

Dewi Saparina Halibanon, Melinda Dirgandini, Miranti Arta Rina

pp. 52-55



A Study to Analyze Students Perceptions of Integrating Internet Sites into Japanese For Business Teaching-Learning Process

Dian Bayu Firmansyah

pp. 56-59



Actualization of Japanese Cultural Characteristics in Japanese (Text)

Didik Nurhadi, Mintarsih, Farda Zuraidah, Utari Novella

pp. 60-65



Politeness Scale of Women’s Language by Shin Tanokura in Drama Series of Oshin

Eko Kurniawan

pp. 66-69



The Need for Introducing Japanese Manners to Caregiver Candidates for the Elderly in Japan

Fajria Noviana

pp. 70-74



The Effect of Instructional Media to the Use of Japanese Yarimorai on Students at Japan Language Department of Language and Art Faculty of Manado State University

Jourike Jeane Runtuwarouw

pp. 75-78



Implementation of Japanese Language Writing Evaluation On Student Studies Program Japanese Language Education Semarang State University

Lispridona Diner

pp. 79-82



Techniques and Translation Methods of Issunboushi Tales Into Indonesian

Made Ratna Dian Aryani

pp. 83-86



Contrastive Analysis of Refusal In Japanese and Indonesian at Work Place

Maria Gustini

pp. 87



Meaning and Types of Japanese Idioms Using The Word 「目」”Eye”

Nana Qosiana, Masilva Raynox Mael

pp. 88-90



Consideration Expression in Indonesian and Japanese Business E-Mail: Focusing on Greetings of “Preamble”

Miftachul Amri

pp. 91

Inter-Languages in Student’s Japanese Language Narrative Speech as Third Language

Mintarsih, Bambang Yulianto, Didik Nurhadi

pp. 92-96

Education Quality Improvement in Mahakam Hulu District

Muhammad Tommy Fimi Putera, Margaertha Lassni Rhussary

pp. 97-100

The Influence of Learning Technique and Cognitive Style on Japanese Students Kanji Reading Skill

Nia Setiawati

pp. 101-103

Audio Visual Multimedia Application in Dokkai Learning (Reading Comprehension)

Noviyanti Aneros, Melia Dewi Judiasri, Herniwati

pp. 104-106

Story Telling Picture to Picture Model Implementation to Improve Japanese Speaking Ability of High School Students

Noviyanti Aneros, Neneng Sutjiati, Devy Ramputi

pp. 107-110

Students Perception Towards Bijinesu Nihongo (Japanese for Business) at Universitas Negeri Semarang

Rina Supriatnaningsih, Silvia Nurhayati

pp. 111-114

Memorizing Kanji Through Story in Shokyu Kanji

Rosi Rosiah, Azizia Freda Savana

pp. 115-119

The Implementation of Course Review Horay Interactive Learning Model to Enhance Japanese Learner’s Speaking Ability

Septiyani Nur Ardini, Nuria Haristiani, Herniwati

pp. 120-122

Evaluation of J-Fun Corner as an Enrichment Media for Japanese Language Learning at Japanese Language Study Programs (Assessment of Appearance)

Sonda Sanjaya, Arsyl Elensyah Rhema Machawan

pp. 123-126

A Comparison of Soft Skill Teaching in Japan and Indonesian Schools

Suryanto, Dedi Suryadi

pp. 127-130

5W1H Technique in Improving Japanese Language Writing Skills

Syifa Hajar Latifa, Juju Juangsih, Linna Meilia Rasiban

pp. 131-134

Variations of Irai Hyougen Types by Japanese Learners

Thamita Islami Indraswari, Wistri Meisa

pp. 135-139

Application of The JF Standard A1 Level Through The Teaching Plan Poster Presentation −Final Project For Micro Teaching Subject−

Yuyun Rosliyah, Astini Su’udi, Fathur Rokhman, Djodjok Soepardjo

pp. 140-142

Contrastive Analysis of Expression on Japanese and Indonesian Love Lyrics Based on Cognitive Linguistic

Siti Faridah, Mutia Kusumawati

pp. 143

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