How do you see the Japanese language ? I think you all have a lot of different ways to view it: as an object of interest, a method to advance your career, one step towards your future dreams etc. There is often one thing in common with all language learners, and this is not limited to Japanese, and that is "a goal".
In my previous company, I worked in the Personnel training section, and I helped a lot of people with their progress. For me personally, I felt joy in merely the act of helping out. I would really like you to let me help you to progress . I will give my all to support you. Let's work on it together !
Finally I'd like to add that my hobbies are playing the piano, learning Japanese calligraphy, and collecting miscellaneous goods or trinkets. Please show me any funny trinkets or objects from your country.
Japanese Teaching Style
What kinds of activities do you include in your online Japanese classes?
Please share your thoughts on teaching and learning Japanese.
Graduated from Gakushuin Women's College, Department of International Cultural Exchange department, International Communication course
Worked for Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance until 2013
Completed the 420-hour course for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
Currently volunteer at a Japanese conversation classroom in Denmark