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Japanese Language Academy

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JLA – Japanese Language Academy is a combined effort to enable Indian students to flourish and nourish in Japanese Language acquisition and usage as professionals and amateurs. JLA functions as an institution that coordinates the culture, tradition and accent of Japan through its courses. The tremendous interest shown by Japanese companies in investing on Indian grounds provides extensive arena of professional opportunities for our Indian professionals. JLA has been launched as the first of its kind in the whole Malabar, with a tradition of education that cannot be surpassed or replaced. We train students to pass different levels of examinations/scholarships organized and conducted by Japanese government as part of professional recruitment. LEARN JAPANESE, EARN THE CULTURE

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Top  5 Technologies From Japan 
Few places have done more than Japan to define today’s technological landscape. The laptops we all work from? Toshiba was the first to produce them for a mass market. The emoji you used in your last email? Also a Japanese invention. Japan is home to almost 10% of the world’s most innovative companies.
And yet Japan’s creative process is all too often overlooked, with most people instead focusing on places like Silicon Valley or Tel Aviv. As these five innovations show, that’s a mistake – Japan has given the world far more than karaoke, Pokémon and instant ramen noodles.
Bullet train (1964)
Before the Hikari No. 1 was launched in October 1964, travelling by train between Tokyo and Osaka – Japan’s two largest cities – would take the best part of a working day. But with a top speed of 210 kph, the world’s first bullet train reduced the journey to 4 hours. Today, thanks to further technological developments, the trip takes just over 2 hours, soon to be reduced to around an hour.

Pocket calculator (1970)
You’re out for dinner with a group of friends and the bill arrives. What’s the first thing you do? Grab your smartphone and head for the calculator app. This handy little tool has its origins in a Japanese invention: the pocket calculator.You’d have needed enormous pockets to actually carry one around with you – the first models were instead designed to keep on your desk – but it was probably easier than lugging an abacus to the restaurant.
Walkman (1979)
Think the iPod revolutionized the music industry? Wrong. When Apple’s product hit the market in 2001, the revolution was already well under way, thanks to a Japanese invention that came decades earlier: Sony’s Walkman. Before the Walkman, the only way to listen to music on the go was by using a portable radio. The idea that you could pick your own tunes and listen to them everywhere would transform the music industry. “Mobility – the concept that you could take music with you – was huge, ” Americus Reed of Wharton told AdWeek.

Blue LED light (early 1990s)
In the early 1990s, three Japanese scientists – Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura – set off a lighting revolution when they managed to produce blue LED light from their semi-conductors.
The discovery paved the way for energy-efficient TV, mobile and computer screens, and power-saving light bulbs. It has been described as having the potential to revolutionize the 21st century, and the three scientists were awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Android robots (2003)
Once limited to the realm of science fiction, androids – robots that look, speak and act like humans – are now very much a reality, thanks to Japanese inventors.
In 2003, researchers from The Intelligent Robotics Lab at Osaka University unveiled the DER 01, the first all-talking, blinking and breathing, human-like robot.
These robots are already transforming the country. In the summer of 2015, a hotel with an almost entirely robot personnel opened in Nagasaki. Two years earlier, Kirobo became the world’s first robot astronaut to speak in space.


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Top 5 Technologies From Japan Few places have done more than Japan to define today’s technological landscape. The laptops we all work from? Toshiba was the first to produce them for a mass market. The emoji you used in your last email? Also a Japanese invention. Japan is home to almost 10% of the world’s most innovative companies. And yet Japan’s creative process is all too often overlooked, with most people instead focusing on places like Silicon Valley or Tel Aviv. As these five innovations show, that’s a mistake – Japan has given the world far more than karaoke, Pokémon and instant ramen noodles. Bullet train (1964) Before the Hikari No. 1 was launched in October 1964, travelling by train between Tokyo and Osaka – Japan’s two largest cities – would take the best part of a working day. But with a top speed of 210 kph, the world’s first bullet train reduced the journey to 4 hours. Today, thanks to further technological developments, the trip takes just over 2 hours, soon to be reduced to around an hour. Pocket calculator (1970) You’re out for dinner with a group of friends and the bill arrives. What’s the first thing you do? Grab your smartphone and head for the calculator app. This handy little tool has its origins in a Japanese invention: the pocket calculator.You’d have needed enormous pockets to actually carry one around with you – the first models were instead designed to keep on your desk – but it was probably easier than lugging an abacus to the restaurant. Walkman (1979) Think the iPod revolutionized the music industry? Wrong. When Apple’s product hit the market in 2001, the revolution was already well under way, thanks to a Japanese invention that came decades earlier: Sony’s Walkman. Before the Walkman, the only way to listen to music on the go was by using a portable radio. The idea that you could pick your own tunes and listen to them everywhere would transform the music industry. “Mobility – the concept that you could take music with you – was huge, ” Americus Reed of Wharton told AdWeek. Blue LED light (early 1990s) In the early 1990s, three Japanese scientists – Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura – set off a lighting revolution when they managed to produce blue LED light from their semi-conductors. The discovery paved the way for energy-efficient TV, mobile and computer screens, and power-saving light bulbs. It has been described as having the potential to revolutionize the 21st century, and the three scientists were awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics. Android robots (2003) Once limited to the realm of science fiction, androids – robots that look, speak and act like humans – are now very much a reality, thanks to Japanese inventors. In 2003, researchers from The Intelligent Robotics Lab at Osaka University unveiled the DER 01, the first all-talking, blinking and breathing, human-like robot. These robots are already transforming the country. In the summer of 2015, a hotel with an almost entirely robot personnel opened in Nagasaki. Two years earlier, Kirobo became the world’s first robot astronaut to speak in space. ----------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- Japanese language academy, best Japanese language academy, best Japanese culture study centre, study work and live n Japan, Japan culture study, best Japanese language training, best Japanese language classes, best Japanese language in Calicut, best Japanese language academy in Kerala, Top Japanese language academy in Kerala, Top Japanese language institutes in Kerala, Japanese language course, Japanese language classes, Japanese language course, Japanese language in English, Japanese language learning, Japanese language alphabets, Japanese language and literature, Japan language proficiency test, Japan language basics, Japan language beginner, Japanese language benefits, Japanese language classes near me, Japanese language demand in India, high paid Japanese language jobs, jlpt exam 2018, jlpt exam in India,
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