A beginner of/in Japanese?

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FRee^ARouND

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Mandarin - Mainland
I got a really problem today when I want to express I'm a Japanese beginner in English.
Which one is correct and sounds naturally to a native English speaker? A beginner of Japanese, a beginner in Japanese? Or any better expression?
Thank in advance!
 
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    American English
    It also wouldn't surprise me to hear "a beginner at Japanese," but perhaps that's just me – "in" is probably preferable.
     
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