・B.A., Sophia university （for learning Spanish）
Japanese Language teacher certification
・Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test(Passed)
・Teaching Japanese Language 420 hours Course(completed)
Years of teaching experience
List of Japanese schools
・Meisei Information Business College Japanese Course
・Aishin International College
・Direct Method: Vehicular language (English) is not used, but Picture cards, Character cards, Photographs, Illustrations, and White board are used for explaining Japanese grammar and conversations.
・Indirect Method: Explain grammar with vehicular language, and practice Japanese conversations.
・I can use both methods to teach.
・Teaching materials:"Minna no Nihongo I, II", e.t.c.
・In order to strengthen your speaking and listening ability,i teach you the lessons based on conversation.
・Composition correction instruction.
・I can teach the grammar needed for the Japanese Language Proficiency level 3 and 2 test.
・Teaching Materials: "Minna no Nihongo for middle class", "New Japanese basic for middle class"e.t.c.
・Use real materials like Newspapers, Magazines, Novels, e.t.c, for improving your speaking ability.
・Composition correction instruction for people that have a high level of Japanese language.
・I know a lot about International economics, Japanese history and culture and Traveling.
・I can teach grammar for Japanese Language Proficiency level 1 test.
・Business conversation (Honorific), Business manner, Telephone manners, Business email, e.t.c.,
and have practice in using actual data.
・I have actual working experience with Japanese trading company in Japan for 3 years.
・Japanese（Mother language）,English,Spanish（daily conversation level）I have been learning German.
The most important thing in teaching a lesson is that it has to be arranged and tailored specifically to the students’ levels, purposes and goals. That’s why I spend a lot of time choosing teaching materials carefully and then design the contents of the lessons accordingly to suit the needs of my students. I’ll try to explain everything in Japanese, but of course, English will be used as a support. I would like to teach in an effective and enjoyable matter. My hobbies are traveling, watching movies and playing the flute. I’m from Aomori Prefecture, towards the northern part of Japan, so I’m pretty used to the cold in winters. Currently, I’m living at Dusseldorf in Germany, so I’m learning German. I hope that I can help you improve your Japanese. I really look forward to talking to you. Let’s make it happen together！