After graduating from a Japanese university, I worked for a Japanese company for several years, and then traveled abroad to study English and Korean. While living abroad, I worked as a Japanese teacher, and I teaching general conversation, job interview preparation, university credit, etc, in group classes and one-on-one individual lessons.
After returning to Japan and working for some companies in Japan for several years, I moved to the United States and am now providing online Japanese language instruction for children utilizing Google Groups and Zoom.
I teach both "Teaching Japanese in Japanese" and "Teaching Japanese in English", so I can handle both.
In addition, since we often give lessons without using designated textbooks and problem books, I can create teaching materials tailored to individual characteristics and areas of weakness, and give lessons in response to requests.
I have professional experience in multiple industries and occupations, so I can teach for job interviews prep and business Japanese. When I was working for a foreign-affiliated company in Japan, I worked with non-Japanese speakers, so I know what kind of Japanese terms they wanted to learn and what would be a plus for their work.
I myself have studied abroad in two languages, English and Korean, so I know how interesting and the fun learning a foreign language is, so it really helps people who are learning Japanese.
Their achievement is also my achievement.
From the perspective of both my experiences "learning languages" and "teaching language". I understand what is difficult for foreign language learners and how it is easy to understand if they are taught correctly.
I strongly recommend that you study Japanese in Japanese if you have already learned some conversation and grammar.
I live every day in the world of English and Japanese with my family while enjoying camping, hiking and cooking.