We also offer language lessons in Tokyo and Yokohama.
Please visit our sLs Japan Languages website for more information. https://www.slslanguages.jp/en
Andrés is Argentine native, from the city of Buenos Aires. Teacher of Spanish as a Foreign Language,
certified by the University of Salamanca. Passionate about River Plate music, especially Buenos
Aires tango. “Spanish is a language that expresses feelings and cultures that are different and at
the same time related. I invite you to learn this wonderful language so that you can travel, talk,
read, see and listen. Let’s go!
Paulina is from Sweden. She graduated from Luleå Institute of Technology Sweden with a bachelor's degree in media and technology. Currently she lives in Tokyo and has been studying at a Japanese business college for four years. The desire to help children stems from the work she has been involved in, such as babysitters, camping counselors, and horseback riding. She loves horse riding and taught horse riding to children aged 8 to 15 at a Swedish horse riding club. She enjoys the whole process of seeing, teaching and helping children. She speaks three languages fluently: Swedish, English and Japanese. Besides, she can also speak basic French and Finnish.
Marion is a French living in Japan A serious, passionate and fun teacher. She teaches English and French in Tokyo. She customizes lessons to suit each student's strengths, needs, skills, interests, etc., and helps them achieve their goals. She also holds a bachelor's degree in French art history and archeology (Aix-en-Provence University of Provence) and loves Japanese history, culture and pop culture. She speaks four languages, French, English, Spanish and Japanese, and currently studying Italian. With excellent communication skills, she can understand each student's learning process and improve their language skills.
Catalina is a Chilean-born American artist with a very wide range of international experience in academia.
Catalina currently lives in Tokyo and is developing studio practice and public art research.
One of Catalina's passions is teaching, and in Tokyo she teaches English at local school, one-on-one or small group to Japanese people of all ages, from preschool children to the elderly.
In addition, she offers self-confidence, conversation skills and public speaking lessons in English, Spanish and French.
Catalina also speaks German and Japanese. Currently, a student at Tokyo University of the Arts .