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About Mona S.

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Jamaica Plain, MA

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I grew up speaking both Japanese and English at home and understand the difficulty of trying to juggle both languages! Whether you want to learn a new language, or simply want to brush up on your Japanese skills, I am always happy to be of help! Lessons will include reading, writing, listening, and speaking (both formal and colloquial styles). I typically use the Genki and Tobira books and also like to introduce students to classic and modern Japanese literature as a way to enhance the students’ cultural knowledge. I welcome beginning and intermediate Japanese students!

About Mona
I'm an active flutist and Japanese enthusiast currently living in Seattle, WA! I hold degrees in Flute Performance from New England Conservatory and the University of Washington, and will continue my studies on Fulbright at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland this fall. I believe that learning music should be fun and inspiring, but that 95% of artistry is simply hard work! I therefore create a positive and encouraging environment for all of my students, while still setting challenging goals. Additionally, I tailor my teaching to fit each student’s needs so that learning potential can be maximized. Stylistic choices in musical expression/phrasing are encouraged through the incorporation of music theory, music history, and ear training skills into lessons. I also believe that body awareness is important, and will include stretches and
practice methods into each lesson, so students can practice efficiently and prevent injuries!

I grew up speaking both Japanese and English and welcome beginning Japanese students! Students and I work out of the Genki I, Genki II, and the Tobira textbooks. Japanese lessons focus on reading, writing, and speaking standard Japanese at the conversational level.
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Mona S.

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
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About Cokko K.

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Quincy, MA
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Experienced teach of 6 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate/advance student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Let's get started! more easy way to learn Japanese I know.

About Cokko
Experienced teacher of 5 years, specializing in the beginner/intermediate student! All ages welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Lets's get started.
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Cokko K.

Quincy, MA 02169
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$34 / 45-min

About Chieko N.

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Hi, I'm Chieko. I'm Japanese and living in California but go back and forth between here and Tokyo. So I know the trend of Japan well. Furthermore, I have long working experience as manager in some major international companies in Japan. So I can help you communicate with Japanese workers using natural and effective language. I know the business custom is very different between countries and Japan's one is a little complicated.. So, if you'd like to get along with Japanese, please ask me what to do in a situation you encounter.
I have successfully passed the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test authorized by the Society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language in October 2016.

About Chieko
I am a native Japanese speaker. I'm now living in the USA but also in Japan and go back and forth here and Tokyo. So I know the Japanese trend well from comics to business.
I have long working experience as engineering manager at some major international companies in japan. I know it is difficult for you to communicate with Japanese workers because there are a lot of business custom differences between Japan and other countries. If you feel something wrong in your communication with Japanese, please let me know it. I believe I can give you some tips on each specific situation.
I have the teaching credential of general science for middle and high school students certified by the Japanese University and I have successfully passed the Japanese language Teaching Competency Test authorized by the Society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign La
nguage in Oct 2016.
Regarding the textbooks, I will adjust the textbooks and materials used in my lessons according to the student's level, requirements and goals. I have many textbooks and workbooks for the Japanese language learners which I bought in Japan recently. They include textbooks for the Japanese language proficiency Test (JLPT) N1 -N5.
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Jordi N. August 12, 2019
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Chieko was sweet, patient, and organized. I felt very comfortable asking questions ranging from definitions to pronunciations to cultural implications. The first lesson focused on assessing my level, so I think it will only get better going forward.
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Becky P. August 7, 2019
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Wonderful lesson- thank you so much Chieko-sensei!
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Sarah N. July 25, 2019
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I am thoroughly enjoying my lessons with Chieko sensei! She is a very kind and patient teacher and she makes learning a lot of fun! I am learning so much already!
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About Yukari H.

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Marina del Rey, CA
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3 years' of teaching experience from beginners to advanced students. All lessons will be catered depending on students' needs.

Apart from the lessons, I'd be happy to :
- exchange texts in Japanese to accelerate the learning through every day situations
- regularly invite students to parties where they could meet Japanese professionals
- make excursions to enjoy authentic Japanese cuisines in LA

About Yukari
I am a native Japanese speaker with 3 years of experience in teaching Japanese to beginners and advanced students.

I myself have experience learning English as a second language in childhood and German as a third language in adulthood, so I understand how challenging yet exciting it is to learn a new language.
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Kianna G. March 7, 2019
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My lessons with Yukari are so helpful I’ve only had three so far and have learned so much. She makes everything super easy to understand and the lessons are so much fun; making them comforting and encouraging. She does a great job at including various cultural tips and background stories on the language. It is so interesting and useful if you ever want to go to Japan! I would highly recommend her as a teacher to anyone looking to improve their skills in this language, at ALL LEVELS!
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Jessica J. December 20, 2018
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Yukari is prompt, responsive, sweet, and easy to get along with! I love that she's a native Japanese speaker and can answer all of my questions about cultural norms and etiquette. Can't wait for more lessons with her.
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About Kyoko B.

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Orlando, FL
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こんにちは! I'm a native speaker if Japanese. I've been tutoring Japanese for 10+ years in Japan and the U.S. I love talking about cultures, traveling, hobby, etc. I'd love to hear what your goals are and customize my lessons. :) Let's get started!

About Kyoko
My name is Kyoko. I am a native speaker of Japanese, born and raised in Japan. (As you might guess, my name came from the beautiful city of Kyoto.) When I was in college in Osaka, Japan, I started helping a lot of exchange students with their Japanese. Since then, teaching Japanese has been my passion. I enjoy explaining the grammar until my students fully understand it.

I moved to the U.S. In 2005. Currently I'm raising three bilingual children.

I love photography, crafts, watching anime, and traveling. I'd love to talk to you about all kinds of things. :)
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Annie W. June 20, 2019
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Good instructor
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Chad May 15, 2019
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Kyoko has been an amazing Japanese teacher to my 8 year old daughter. Her lessons are customized to what the student wants or needs to learn. Most importantly she listens and gives great advice for improving your skills. Kyoko is a great teacher who truly cares about your progress. I’ve tried other teachers and my daughter and me like Kyoko the best by far. So much so, she has been my daughter’s teacher for over 3 years.

Kyoko is extremely knowledgeable and is authentically Japanese born and raised in Japan but has lived in the U.S. for awhile now and is natively fluent in English for parents who may not understand Japanese. Her communication and timeliness are amazing! I’d recommend her to any of my friends and family - and have.
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About Maiko K.

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Broken Arrow, OK
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Hi my name is Maiko. I was born in Japan, and all my family still live in Japan. I am a Montessori teacher in Oklahoma. I've been Montessorian for over 17 years and also teaching Japanese language to children after school for many years. I enjoy working with children and adults.

About Maiko
My name is Maiko. I was born in Japan. Both of my parents are Japanese. I speak fluent Japanese. I've been Montessori teacher for 17 years and also taught Japanese language as after school program for many years. I enjoy sharing my culture and language.
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Katherine June 8, 2019
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Our daughter is enjoying her lessons. Ms. Maiko is very personable and is a great teacher.
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About Tomoko K.

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New York, NY
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Hello! I'm a native Japanese speaker and experienced Japanese tutor. I have been tutoring Japanese since when I was in university as a TA for international students. I adopt the best teaching method and material for each student's needs and make sure that learning experience is fun and effective.

About Tomoko
When it comes to learning a language, I believe that correct grammatical understanding and the amount of output is equally important. Hence I focus on both grammar and speaking/writing practice during my lesson for the best result and you'll feel that your Japanese is improving!

My previous Japanese one-on-one tutoring experiences are as follows;
Tandem language assistant at Ritumeikain University in Kyoto, Registered tutor at Kyoto International Cultural Association and SuperProf in Paris, Private tutoring in Paris and Melbourne.

Are you looking to start learning the language but don't know where to start?
Are you a long time Japanese leaner looking to jump up to the next level?
I'm here to help you out! Anyone at any level is welcomed!

I would love to share my passion for the language and culture with my students. Looking forward
to hearing from you!
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Tomoko K.

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About Masaki K.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Do you want to understand your favorite anime show, movies or Japanese culture better? Do you want to learn to crack jokes in Japanese and win any crowd over? Would you like to do business in Japan and need someone who can not only teach you the language, but cultural differences and etiquette so you can win over any client?

Japanese and English are polar opposites in many ways.
Sentence structures are upside down. English is written horizontally left to right, but traditional Japanese is written vertically right to left.
Communicating can be difficult when what can be spoken directly in English has to be said in more subtle ways in Japanese, and this miscommunication can cause relationships to break down.

My passion is to help people cross cultural barriers and make new friends.
Learning a new language can build confidence and expand your mind in ways you never thought possible!

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About Masaki
About me.

I was born in Fukuoka, Japan and moved to the US when I was 18.
I studied ESL then got a degree in marketing and worked in Real Estate and Finance for many years.
I learned English from scratch when I moved to California and am now completely fluent in English, so much so that people can’t believe I’m not from here.
My work takes me back and forth between Japan and the US, and I am so grateful to have a deep understanding of both the Japanese and Western way of life and be able to celebrate the two.
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Timothy September 4, 2019
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Masaki fosters a learning environment where he takes all of the hard work of learning a new language transforms it into fun. He has a bright personality, and the ability to not only translate the language, but the language in the context of the culture. He doesn't just teach you to speak Japanese, but how to be Japanese!

Talking to Masaki you would never know that English was not one of his native languages... I'm still shocked that he didn't begin learning until he was already an adult!

If you are wanting to learn Japanese, or if you are Japanese and you want to become as a native English speaker, you have found your guy!
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Kat M. August 24, 2019
· Japanese · In home
It's hard to believe Masaki could become so fluent at a second language when he only started learning at the age of 18. It makes him a great teacher for adults because he himself started a second language as an adult.

His teaching style is so fun and so tailored to each student I highly recommend him as a language teacher, both in Japanese and English!
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About Nana K.

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New York, NY
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Hello my future students! I am a Japanese native speaker who is passionate helping the learners brushing up their Japanese skills. I listen carefully to my students’ needs and I create fun and positive learning process.

About Nana
I’ve been living in NYC since 2006 and grow up in Tokyo. I am happy to help you to learn Japanese and Japanese culture. I am a mother of fur baby and love arts & classical ballet/music. My schedule can be flexible and I can meet you at cafe/park in Manhattan or through internet.
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Nana K.

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About Ai H.

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San Antonio, TX
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Hello, my name is Ai, and I am a native Japanese speaker who is also fluent in English.
I graduated from college in Japan with a Bachelor’s degree in Law, and I am currently taking online classes to receive my second Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology.

Concerning my tutoring experience, I have been teaching Japanese to my American friends for many years. Also, I taught Japanese as a volunteer when I was studying abroad in Canada.

I can tutor the following subjects:

· JLPT (N2 and N3)
· Japanese conversation
· Writing / Reading
· Japanese accent
· Translation from English to Japanese, and vice versa

I understood how hard it is to learn the non-native language since I have also been studying English for more than 15 years. Therefore, I am very patient, and I will make every effort to help you learn Japanese.

I can meet students either in-person or online, whichever convenient for you.

I am a bilingual speaker of Japanese and English so that I can explain the meaning and ...

About Ai
Hello, my name is Ai, and I am a native Japanese speaker who is also fluent in English.
I graduated from college in Japan with a Bachelor’s degree in Law, and I am currently taking online classes to receive my second Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology.

Concerning my tutoring experience, I have been teaching Japanese to my American friends for many years. Also, I taught Japanese as a volunteer when I was studying abroad in Canada.

I can tutor the following subjects:

· JLPT (N2 and N3)
· Japanese conversation
· Writing / Reading
· Japanese accent
· Translation from English to Japanese, and vice versa

I understood how hard it is to learn the non-native language since I have also been studying English for more than 15 years. Therefore, I am very patient, and I will make every effort to help you learn Japanese.

I c
an meet students either in-person or online, whichever convenient for you.

I am a bilingual speaker of Japanese and English so that I can explain the meaning and usage of Japanese in English.

Thank you.
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Ai H.

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$15 / 30-min

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