Years Abroad: 1
Favorite Sport: soccer
Motto: Enjoy life and take chances
About myself: My mother has always watched over me and not interfered too much when I tried something. From her, I have learned that it is important to let children try various things without interfering too much in their education. I try my best to provide this kind of environment for the children at the school. I want them to relax and enjoy their time at school, and I always try to give them time to think for themselves.
interview (i.e. television, newspaper, etc.)
Q: What is your favorite color?
Q: What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word Magenta?
Answer: school T-shirts and printer ink
Q: Do you have children?
Q: Have you ever thought about having your own children while working in an office with children?
Answer: Parenting may be hard work, but it can also be a lot of fun.
Q: What was the place where you grew up like?
Answer: lots of greenery and good transportation.
Q: What is your favorite Japanese food?
Answer: Umeboshi and the blood of the fish
Q: What is your favorite non-Japanese food?
Answer: Thai food
Q: What is your favorite place outside of Tokyo?
Answer: Osaka. I was born in Osaka and all my relatives are in Osaka. The people in Osaka are all very nice.
Q: Where would you like to visit in Japan?
Answer: Yakushima. Because I want to be in the great nature.
Q: What do you like about yourself?
Answer: a place full of ambition.
Q: Which country would you most like to visit?
Answer: I would like to visit different states in the US.
Q: What is your favorite movie or TV show?
Answer: Full House
Q: Who is your favorite actress or actor?
Answer: Ryoko Shinohara. Because she has aged beautifully.
Candace Cameron Bure. Because it inspired me to want to learn English.
Q: Are there other areas of interest?
Answer: make-up artist.
Q: What do you want to do before you die?
Answer: I want to travel around the world.
Q: Where did you learn English?
Answer: Australia. I went there on a working holiday when I was 24 after working in a kindergarten.
Q: Why did you decide to work at English School?
Answer: Because I wanted to contribute to the children’s future by using all my experience.