I wrote an article last month about the places where you can buy applications for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test in Tsukuba. However, it seems that some of the stores have already run out of applications. (The bookstore in LaLa Garden has no more applications. The one at the University of Tsukuba has about 25 left.)
If you want to order an application form, please fill out the following form online.
The form is (rather unfortunately) in Japanese, but here are the things you need to fill in.
When you are done, press the button on the left (購入する). You will be taken to a confirmation screen. Click the button at the bottom of the confirmation screen (確認の上申し込む). An email will be sent to the address you supplied on the first page to confirm your order.
Applications cost 500 yen each and if you order them this way (rather than picking them up at a store), you will also have to pay shipping.
You will pay for the applications and the shipping when you receive the package (COD).
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