Q: How are your lessons?
Ever since I was little, I loved taking care of people. I had the opportunity to work at the international student center at a university before. Whenever I saw students struggling to learn Japanese, I was rooting for them. I think it’s this experience that made me want to be a Japanese teacher.
Teaching Japanese is a good job that contributes to society as a native speaker. I hope that the number of Japanese-speaking people will increase and that the good points of Japan will be known to the world.
Q: What do you like about teaching?
I respect that everyone has different reasons for learning Japanese and do my best to support you to reach your goal. Everyone also has their own preferred style of learning. I provide customized lessons for each individual.
Japanese has its own unique features. It would be nice to get to know them with your
all senses. Please tell me about your amazing experiences in Japan.
Let’s talk a lot in our lessons!
Q: What are your hobbies?
I am interested in animal welfare activities. I would like to participate in animal protection
volunteer activities. I also like cooking. I have a cooking license. When I’m cooking, I’m absorbed in it and I forget what I don’t like.
I am also enthusiastic about traditional Japanese culture and I learned Japanese tea ceremony, traditional Japanese flower arrangement, Japanese calligraphy and how to wear a kimono properly.