（Head Teacher, Native Japanese teacher,
Assistant teacher of other European languages）
I’ve been teaching English for almost 30 years. I have a University degree, and qualifications for TEFL, TOEIC and teacher training. I have a great deal of experience teaching to students from all age groups, from 6 to 90, at many ability levels. I have lived and worked in many countries, including the USA, Mexico, Russia, France, and for the last 11 years, in Japan I can speak basic Japanese, and intermediate French. My teaching style is friendly and relaxed, and I feel that I can create a strong bond between myself and my students, and can bring out the best in their abilities. In my free time I enjoy hiking, writing, surfing - and learning more about beautiful Japan.
I am an American teacher from the Seattle area. I studied linguistics at my university and love languages. I have experience teaching people of all ages and backgrounds. However I especially enjoy working with young children. I hope to inspire an interest in learning English. Please come play together with me!
I have been working at an UK university for over 10 years. I can help with business English, English for study and English for computing and programming jobs. I enjoy travelling, languages and technology - Tokyo is my kind of place! I had worked for a Japanese company in the past and always wanted to spend more time in Japan, and luckily the chance came along! I have been training karate for many years and I now enjoy training with a local Tokyo club, although I don't understand my sensei most of the time. You are welcome to talk to me about travel, culture, sports, anything!
Hi, my name is Emi Peace. I've been teaching English since 2019. I spent 10 years in the British Education system and graduated with 9 GCSEs, and 3 GCEs (A-levels). Including A grades in English and Japanese. In my free time I love traveling, watching films and have an interest in art. I'm always interested in other cultures and languages and at the moment I am studying Korean. I'm looking forward to seeing you in class!
Hello! My name is Alisa, and I am currently a student at the School of International Liberal Studies at Waseda University. I have had a British education since the age of 2, and have gotten IGCSE and A Level Qualifications, as well as English language qualifications such as Eiken Grade 1, IELTS and TOEFL. One of my hobbies is learning languages and other than Japanese and English, I speak French and am currently studying Spanish and Korean. I also like playing the piano, composing music, reading, and skiing. In class I hope we can have fun learning English!
I've been teaching at Lykeio for over two years now and love teaching, especially children. Before that, I was a volunteer teacher at a primary school in London during high school. I've grown up in London my whole life and moved to Tokyo for university where I am in my final year of studies in International Relations at The University of Tokyo. I have studied abroad in Germany and speak some German, too. I enjoy travelling and exploring different cultures and cuisines as well as swimming, reading and playing squash.
I've been teaching English for the past 4 years in both England and Japan. I love to make my lessons as fun and useful as possible, believing that the best way to improve is through engagement! I was born in the UK and moved to Japan two ears ago to pursue a university degree at The University of Tokyo. I love meeting people lots of people from different backgrounds and will always be happy to talk if you run into me at the school.
I’ve been teaching English and Mandarin Chinese of all levels since January 2020 at Lykeio, before which I also had experiences tutoring TOEFL, SAT, and SAT subject tests (Maths, US History, etc.) for US college application in China and Japan. I major in East Asian Studies and Linguistics and have interests in neuroscience as well, so feel free to ask me anything about languages in general and human cognition during the classes! Apart from English, Chinese, and Japanese, I also speak German and a bit French, and I’m more than willing to give you advices on how to acquire a language efficiently and less painfully (lol). Apart from that, I travel a lot, run a personal art blog, and can talk for eternity about sci-fi movies and novels.
I am a student at the University of Toronto studying Pharmacology and Human Biology. I teach English, Maths and Science in Canada and Japan—I am familiar with both the British system and some American standardised tests like the SSAT’s. I am usually back in Japan for the holidays and when I am back, I enjoy cycling around the city and eating good food!
I’ve been involved with teaching ever since middle school, wherein I have had several experiences in being a teaching assistant at after-school care places. I have also been a tutor across a broad range of subjects but if I had to choose, my forte lies in Economics, English Literature and Mathematics. I am currently an undergraduate student at The University of Tokyo studying under a program called “Japan in East Asia”. Outside of my university studies, I like to read up on World Politics and International Relations as a hobby so please do come talk to me about these topics! Of course, I enjoy communicating with a diverse array of people, and thus I can teach students of all ages. I used to be a competitive swimmer too, for I believe finding the right balance between studying and leisure is key to attaining fulfilment.
I have been in an international environment since I was born. During elementary school, I have been in two international schools, and in middle school and high school, I was in an international course in school. I am currently enrolled in a private university in Japan and am studying English. Therefore I am able to speak both English and Japansese, and to translate both languages. I like to do sports, especially winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding. I also like to do games on phones and computers. I am interested in many different kinds of topics, feel free to talk to me at the language school!
I have been teaching Japanese to foreigners from 1999. My major was Japanese Literature, and I love books and movies. I’ve taught in schools in Korea, Thailand, and Japan(Yokohama and Kawasaki). I love to travel and have been to over 20 countries. I like to see how the people live and to eat the local cuisine. I look foward to speaking to you in class.
Completed 420 hours of Japanese Language Teacher Training Course, passed the Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test
Many of our other teachers have attended top universities and obtained top results in their university entrance examinations (A Levels, in particular for sciences, math, computer science, English, art)