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Nice to meet you. Thank you for taking a look at my profile.
I was born and raised in Tokyo.
I studied law during college and now I work at a consulting firm as an HR and labor specialist. I give my clients advice on employment and labor laws.
I am also a board member of an IT company. I also did some work in the trade industry up until last year.
My career has given me many chances to interact with non-Japanese people, which inspired me to want to help people who want to work in Japan or love the Japanese language.
Right now, I teach Japanese to a class of about 10 people, twice a week.
I have been teaching Japanese for 5 years now and have taught over 300 students.
I’ve taught a wide variety of students ranging from 18 to 40 and from countries such as China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Nepal, and Indonesia.
I am also a language learner and I study Chinese online. I have passed level 5 of the HSK.
The intermediate-advanced level is the toughest, isn’t it? That's how I feel after studying for 8 years.
You can’t pick up a language unless you truly have the motivation to study and the determination to do the same things over and over again. Though you are the one studying, I will do everything I can to help. Let’s work hard together.
I am the mother of a young child who is in elementary school.
My child has friends from other countries in his class.
They seem to be having a hard time making friends because Japanese is difficult.
Their moms seem worried too.
If you are a mother in a similar situation and you want to talk about school, life, kids, or anything, please let me help.
Please feel free to start by booking a trial.
Cafetalk Translation - 8/2016
Q. Tutor YUKA.U, hello! Can you introduce yourself briefly to the Cafetalk community? A. Hello everyone! I'm YUKA.U, a Japanese Tutor here on Cafetalk. I was born and raised in Tokyo, and at the moment I am part of the management team of a law-related consulting company. In 2011 I passed the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test and I'm now approaching my 5th year as a Japanese tutor. Q. Can...