Konnichiwa. My name is Aizawa. My hometown is Gifu, a place surrounded by the nature of mountains and rivers, but now I'm living in Yokohama, a place overflowing with emotions left over from history here and there, with my family of three. Recently a toy poodle became a member of our family, so now we enjoy spending our days cheerfully.
I have experienced spending a year as an exchange student in Australia . When I first got to know another culture I lost my bearings a little, but at the same time I got a chance to see Japan from abroad, and I was able to feel the beauty of Japanese culture again, so it was a valuable time for me.
In order to learn a language well, you have to do a lot of listening and a lot of conversation. Read the textbook, then use the Japanese actually within the lessons, then listen and the talk again, this is the first step towards improving your Japanese.
I think everyone's motives for learning Japanese are different, but the feeling of wanting to understand the language and speak it, is the same for everyone. Let's face our goals and create fun lessons together.
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Language Exchange in Brisbane, Australia
Completed the 420-hour course for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
Passed the Japanese Language Teacher Proficiency Test
Work for the Shibuya Institute of Foreign Languages