Anjou Sensei

Shinjuku Japanese Teacher

Shinjuku Language School
Japanese Lesson Types 
 Group and Private Lessons

"I would like you to communicate with Japanese people and know the uniqueness and interesting aspects of Japan through learning Japanese."

Q: How are your lessons?

I value sharing about myself and learning about my students in my lesson. When we learn a language, it is important to be open minded and communicate, so I think that getting to know each other is the first step when we learn a language. So, please relax and tell me about yourself. If you would like to know about me, please feel free to ask me anytime!

Q: Why did you become a teacher?

I like learning foreign languages. When I learn a foreign language, I can understand the culture and the sense of values at the same time. I think that is very interesting how every place is different and unique at the same time. As I have been learning English, German and Chinese, I was able to deepen my knowledge of those countries, and thanks to this experience, I developed a joy to communicate with people from different countries. I would like you to communicate with Japanese people and know the uniqueness and interesting aspects of Japan through learning Japanese. I would like foreigners in Tokyo to experience the same joy I experienced and this is my reason for being a teacher here at Japan Switch.

Q: What do you like about teaching?

I used to teach Japanese in Taiwan.  When I taught Japanese to students who were not familiar with Japan at all, they gradually came to like Japan, and this experience made me happy.  And when I taught Japanese to students who were studying Japanese to study abroad or work in Japan, I could help them to expand the possibilities. That was also wonderful experience for me. Now, I came to think that I would like the foreigners living in Japan to enjoy the life in Japan and this is why I came back to Japan from Taiwan. My goal is to make you smile while I teach Japanese.  Japan switch is full of fun and joy!

Q: What are your hobbies?

I like visiting new places and various countries to try new things. Every time I visit a new place, I always take a walk around the area, watch people and scenery and try new food. I really like to experience the place as how a local would and take in everything. I was born in Tokyo, Japan, but I have so many places that I have not visited yet in Japan, so when I am free, I sometimes go travelling or go for a walk. I also like cooking, reading books, watching TV dramas, jogging and learning foreign languages. Let me share my favorite things during my lessons!






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