Resuming Private Japanese Lessons!

Quite a few people had asked me if I was still doing private lessons.  I took a little break last year to focus on my personal training study, but now I am back!   For those who have asked, I just sent you an email.  Check your inbox!  In case you are not one of them, (you might be new to Japancast) but are interested in learning Japanese, here is the email I sent them.



I am back!!!  I am finally ready to resume my private lessons.  Thank you for your patience and support.  (^_^)

Everyone is unique.  The reason YOU have started learning Japanese might be totally different than your friend’s.  You might be into anime, but he might be into Aikido.  Yes, there are classes and programs out there to teach you Japanese, but are they customized to suit your needs and interests?  If your answer is “No, not really …” then let me help you!

I am here to discuss your needs.  I love helping people achieve their unique goals and can’t wait to start studying with you!

Brief information about my private lessons:

★Lessons are done by using Skype or Google Hangouts.


★60 minute one on one lesson – $50.00 per lesson

★30 minute one on one lesson – $25.00 per lesson


★When you purchase ten  60 minute lesson package – $45.00 per lesson

★When you purchase ten 30 minute lesson package – $20.00 per lesson


※ All lesson materials and unlimited email support are included in the prices above.


Most students prefer 30 minute lesson twice a week since you retain more what you have learned that way.  However I know a lot of people have very busy schedule, so I offer 60 minute lesson as well.    Just pick whichever one suits your needs better.

Japanese is a beautiful language and I am so happy that you have decided to learn it.

If you are still interested, please email me at:  hitomi (at)


一緒にがんばりましょう! (いっしょにがんばりましょう!) (issho ni ganbari masho!)

= Let’s study hard together!   We got this!  



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