Years Abroad: 2
Hobby: Drawing, playing saxophone
Favorite Sport: Tennis
Motto: Nothing is impossible
A little about myself: I have the best parents who are both good human beings as examples of my life. They are the ones who gave me many chances and opportunities to experience a valuable life of my own. I also have the best luck to meet great people who have taught me so many important things and helped me to be who I am now. I am grateful to have all thoese wonderful people around me at all times.
Q. What’s your favorite color?
Q. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say “turquoise”?
A. Okinawa’s ocean.
Q. Do you have kids?
A. Yes, one daughter and one son.
Q. Has working with kids affected your opinion about having your own children?
A. After watching my own child go through changes and struggles, I am able to recognize those same changes and struggles in other children, therefor I can understand and help them efficiently.
Q. What are three things you value?
A. Enjoying life, taking on new challenges, devotion to others.
Q. What kind of place was your hometown?
A. It was always busy, a lot of people around all the time due to Tokyo Disney Land being close.
Q. What is your favorite Japanese food?
A. Jagaimo mochi.
Q. What is your favorite non-Japanese food?
Q. What’s your favorite place in Japan outside Tokyo?
A. Okinawa, the ocean is perfect for scuba diving.
Q. What place in Japan do you want to go?
A. Hokkaido, I’ve never been there.
Q. What do you like best about yourself?
A. I am super positive!
Q. What do you do on your free time?
A. I like to exercise and yoga.
Q. What country do you want to visit the most?
A. Tahiti, the ocean there is the most beautiful in the world. There is also a famous cave in the ocean near there, its a popular diving spot.
Q. What are your favorite movies?
A. Braveheart, A Perfect World, The Cider House Rules.
Q. Who are your favorite actors/actresses?
A. Angelina Jolie as a woman, Natalie Portman as an actress.
Q. What is another field of work that is very interesting to you?
Q. What is one thing you want to do before you die?
A. To hold a record in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Q. Where did you learn English?
A. In Michigan and Philadelphia, during highschool and university. I had have studied abroad there.
Q. Why did you decide to work at an English school?
A. I think it is very important for our future generation.