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John B.
45/hour

Experienced Language Teacher

I have a Degree in both Japanese Language and History. I have over six years of experience in teaching the language. I have experience living and working in Japan. read more

45/hour
5.0 (504)
1,048 hours tutoring Japanese out of 1,049 hours
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I have a Degree in both Japanese Language and History. I have over six years of experience in teaching the language. I have experience living and working in Japan. read more

Lily C.
40/hour

JP-EN Translator & Language Tutor

I have taken and passed level N1 (the highest level available) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. read more

40/hour
5.0 (90)
310 hours tutoring Japanese out of 449 hours
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I have taken and passed level N1 (the highest level available) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. read more

Atsuko M.
45/hour

Experienced Japanese Tutor, All Levels

I focus not only on the grammatical and conversational aspects, but also on the cultural aspects of the Japanese language. Culture influences the way people use the language. Japanese is incredibly contextual. Therefore, I strongly... read more

45/hour
5.0 (405)
1,067 hours tutoring Japanese out of 1,067 hours
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I focus not only on the grammatical and conversational aspects, but also on the cultural aspects of the Japanese language. Culture influences the way people use the language. Japanese is incredibly contextual. Therefore, I strongly... read more

Misty D.
35/hour

Experienced Chinese lessons, Experience in Japanese lessons.

I have Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 and speak fluently. read more

35/hour
5.0 (196)
121 hours tutoring Japanese out of 497 hours
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I have Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 and speak fluently. read more

Shinsuke H.
60/hour

Experienced Japanese Tutor

Hello, My name is Shinsuke and I am a native Japanese. I have been in this country for 12 years and graduated from the University of Arizona. After my graduation I was fortunate to secure a position as a teacher at a private language... read more

60/hour
5.0 (1463)
4,096 hours tutoring Japanese out of 4,095 hours
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Hello, My name is Shinsuke and I am a native Japanese. I have been in this country for 12 years and graduated from the University of Arizona. After my graduation I was fortunate to secure a position as a teacher at a private language... read more

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
Japanese is not an easy language to casually take on. However, depending on your willingness and dedication, you'll be able to learn not only Japanese words/phrases but also the rich culture behind the language. Language is a tool to communicate. Either in person interactions or for... read more
Japanese is not an easy language to casually take on. However, depending on your willingness and dedication, you'll be able to learn not only... read more
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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
I believe Japanese(language) is one of the tools to share such a beautiful culture with great history with amazing people.
I believe Japanese(language) is one of the tools to share such a beautiful culture with great history with amazing people.
Chihiro Z.

Chihiro Z. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
Japanese is my native tongue and I attempt to introduce the culture of my home country through language. My lessons include the instruction of contextual practice so that my students can learn authentic/educated Japanese together with Japanese customs and manners. Since I focus on spoken... read more
Japanese is my native tongue and I attempt to introduce the culture of my home country through language. My lessons include the instruction of... read more
Naoko R.

Naoko R. answered • 03/20/18

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
The more I teach Japanese to my students, the more I realize how complicated, how unique, how interesting Japanese language is! There are 3 different characters, Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. Students need to learn all the characters when they want to read or write Japanese. Grammar also. There... read more
The more I teach Japanese to my students, the more I realize how complicated, how unique, how interesting Japanese language is! There are 3... read more
Mika M.

Mika M. answered • 03/19/18

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