This study designs and conducts Introduction to Japanese classes for novice learners in Japanese based on the Task-based Language Teaching method, a communication-centered teaching method, and Focus on Form Theory. In the existing lecture type classes, the students did not have the opportunity to use Japanese and eventually stopped learning Japanese. In Japanese classes that has implemented the Task-based Language Teaching method and the Focus on Form, the goal is to properly use the Japanese that has been learned. The first step of the study organizes the meaningful parts in the Communication Centered Teaching Method and FonF study for novice Japanese learners. Next, by using FonF and TBLT, classes are conducted in order to develop communicative competence for novice learners. The results of the study examines the class satisfaction survey completed by the learners. In the psychological section of the learners, there was a positive effect in the Task activities classes, and this has also positively affected the learning experience for the target language. Classes that utilized tasks provided more opportunities to use Japanese, and also successful experiences in learning Japanese had increased which led to high motivations in learning Japanese. Furthermore, tasks that were highly applicable to daily life allowed students to learn more meaningful and practical Japanese.