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Abe Sensei

Shinjuku Japanese Teacher

School
Shinjuku Language School
Japanese Lesson Types 
 Group and Private Lessons
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"I get very happy when my students can express what they want to say in their own words in Japanese."

Q: How are your lessons?

Learning a foreign language is sometimes difficult, but don't worry. In my lessons, we will get to know the Japanese language in a relaxed style by going through stories and experiences from your daily life. That way our lessons are set in a context that is familiar to you and will help you to learn the language. Please let me know why you want to learn Japanese. I look forward to helping you reach your language goal soon!

Q: Why did you become a teacher?

In college, I earned a minor in Japanese language teaching. I thought it would be a job that would allow me to interact with and have interesting conversations with people from all over the world. After working for a general trading company, some time had passed and I decided to try teaching Japanese again.

Q: What do you like about teaching?

Through   conversation   lessons, I can share enriching   thoughts and experiences with different kinds of people. This is a unique, very valuable and wonderful encounter for me. I get very happy when my students can express what they want to say in their own words in Japanese. Through conversation lessons, I get to exchange so many kinds of thought-provoking and enriching ideas with different kinds of people. To me, these very unique and valuable encounters are really important in that both my students and I can grow from our discussions. It makes me really happy when my students are able to express their thoughts and feelings in their own words in Japanese.

Q: What are your hobbies?

  • Reading (including manga!)
  • Traveling (both domestic and overseas) 
  • Sado (the Japanese tea ceremony) 

I was in the tea ceremony club when I was a college student. Since then, it has become one of my hobbies.

Some of the things I enjoy doing in my free time are going to topical exhibitions, taking walks in and around the city, and speaking with extended family members. 

  

 

 

 

 

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