“Advanced Japanese” Language Guide
Yokohama, Japan 1989
The Japanese Language and Area Training Center, commonly known as FSI Yokohama, teaches advanced Japanese to Foreign Service Officers preparing to serve in Japan. Following language training, graduates move on to the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo or one of the five U.S. consulates in Japan. This guide was part of the curriculum offered at FSI Yokohama.
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