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Omotenashi: The Best of Japan in New York
By Taro T. - New York City Japanese Teacher
Hi my name is Taro and I teach Japanese lessons in New York City. I love teaching the language because I get to introduce my students to the Japanese culture.
New York is a very special place for me. As an adolescent growing up in Japan, I used to imagine what it would be like to go to Times Square and see a live jazz or Broadway show. The city stimulated my curiosity and expanded my imagination, which led me to spend a year of high school in the United States.
I’ll never forget the excitement I felt when I first came to New York. The energy was addictive and electric. Naturally, I was fascinated by everything the city had to offer; the people, the skyscrapers, the streets. It was everything I expected, and more.
To this day, I still feel right at home in New York City. With lots of Japanese people, restaurants, and retail stores, it reminds me of home and makes me feel comfortable and welcome.
If you’re interested in Japanese lessons in New York, you’re in luck. New York City is one of the best places in the U.S. to experience Japanese culture. There are lots of Japanese people, restaurants, retail stores, and cultural events.
You’ll be treated like a VIP in Japanese restaurants and stores. In Japan, we’re taught to be considerate to others’ needs, especially in customer service. This is called omotenashi, or Japanese hospitality. If you’d like to experience omotenashi for yourself, visit Maker’s Shirt Kamakura on Madison Avenue.
If you’re looking for more places to experience the Japanese culture, check out japansociety.org. It’s a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural understanding in the U.S. You can find lots of local Japanese events like art exhibits, film screenings, and music performances.
New York City is a great place to learn Japanese. The opportunity to experience the Japanese culture will keep you motivated, and give you the momentum you need to study and practice.
If you want to learn Japanese, I hope you sign up for lessons and experience the Japanese culture in New York City. I’d be more than happy to answer any questions about the language, culture, learning, or anything else. Have fun and good luck!
- Taro T