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Japanese Section

Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Address: 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Canada, M3J 1P3
Phone: 416-736-5016
Main Office:
Ross South 561
Counter Hours:
8:30 a.m. -  3:30 p.m. (Monday - Thursday)
8:30 a.m. -  3:00 p.m. (Friday)

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Event Calendar
2017 Ontario Japanese Speech Contest

2017 Advising for continuing students

2016-17 Online
course evaluation
2017 OJSC was held at University of Toronto on March 4, 2017. Seven York students participated in the event. The prize winners are the following students.
Beginners: Chris Robin   (JP1000)  2nd prize
Advanced: Salma Saleh  (JP3000)  2nd prize
                  Gabby Ricker (JP3000) Special Effort prize

Monday March 20  -  Friday April 7, 2017  Please call Bessie to make an appointment with the faculty member you wish to speak to.
DLLL: 416-736-5016

March 20 - April 06, 2017


  • Japanese Foreign Ministerfs Commendation Awarded to York University Scholar (Consulate General of Japan Toronto)  link
  • Special Ceremony Confers Japanese Foreign Ministerfs Commendation to York University Scholar (Consulate General of Japan Toronto)  link
  • Japanese Foreign Minister's Commendation Awarded to York University Professor Norio Ota (National Association of Japanese Canadians)  link
  • Y-File: Japanese Studies Program Coordinator awarded Japanese Foreign Minister's Commendation  link
  • Y-File: York University research leaders recognized at annual celebration  link
  • Nikka Times: 2016 Ontario Japanese Speech Contest  link
  • Y-File: York students shine at the 2016 Ontario Japanese speech contest  link
  • Y-File: York students win top prizes in National Japanese Speech Contest  link
  • Ms. Lily Mcdermott (AS/JP3000) receives the 2016 Peter Sato Award, which is given to the best student overall in the Japanese Studies Program.
  • e-Nikka.ca: Norio Ota interviewed on Cuba (in Japanese)  link 
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