Lets learn Japanese!!

Lets learn Japanese!!

Hello everybody!

My name is Ryota, a 28years old native Japanese tutor. Very nice to meet you all.
I offer private Japanese lessons for a very reasonable price. I can virtually teach to all levels, from pure beginners to students preparing the "fearsome" JLPT N1 (lol).
So even if you don't know anything about Japanese and cannot even read Hirakagana or Katakana, don't worry: I can teach you from scratch.

I love teaching and nothing makes me happier than seeing my students showing signs of improvement and becoming more and more fluent in Japanese by the day.
On average, I'm available from 8:00-23:00 including weekends. However, please keep in mind that my schedule can be quite busy , and unplanned lessons are liable to shift.

My lesson fees are as follow:
2000yen for 1 hour
2800yen for 1.5 hours
3500yen for 2 hours

As for the lesson place, I can come wherever it is more convenient for you. However, please keep in mind that the commuting expenses are not included in the lesson fee and will be up to you.
I currently live in Hiyoshi area, so if we can have a lesson around Hiyoshi or Tsunashima, you will not need to pay for my commuting fee.

There is a reason more for you to be willing to have lesson in Hiyoshi. Lately I have set up a cozy and comfortable studio in my apartment, that works very well as a classroom too (see pictures).
If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing and friendly place where to fully focus on your studying, this is the right place for you. Coffee and tea are for free and there is no limit to the times you can help yourself. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed!

I'm looking forward to your message.

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