The Japanese language proficiency test to prove Japanese level to foreigners is JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), which consists of 5 levels, from N5 (basic) to N1 (most advanced). By being ‘recognized’, I mean that most Japanese companies require job applicants to pass at least N2 and if possible JLPT Level 1. But to get JLPT Level N2 or N1 predicate we should pass from the bottom. The advantage of JLPT is that there is no obligation to take N5-N4-N3 and so on. If we have the ability, we can take the N2 or N1 level directly.
The test form is 100% multiple choice. There is no oral Japanese that is tested but replaced with hearing through audio. So actually there are advanced students who can pass the exam but cannot speak fluently. But I think because N1 and N2 require very long study hours (900 and 600 hours each and must be longer if you have no previous Kanji background.
By the way, if people ask you to prove your Japanese language skills, JLPT is the best proof. This exam is held twice a year. Namely in July and December every year.
Because there are so many advantages that we can get besides being fluent in English, so try to join this event, knowing that you can work in Japan or study in Japan.
Here as a basic I display hiragana and katakana in reading in Japanese.