Keroko is an illustrator/manga artist with extensive experience working in both natural and digital media.
Minako took a BA in Visual Communication Design at Musashino Art University Tokyo, Japan, and worked as a package designer before moving to the UK in 1991, where she earned her MA in Illustration at Kingston University, Surrey, UK. Other … Read More
With her 10 years of experience and instruction, she has been awarded with her calligraphy name “Chousui” back in 2012. She has instructed for years university undergraduated students in the art of Japanese calligraphy. She often held shodō workshops for the … Read More
Kaoru studied for 6 years the art of the Japanese Tea Ceremony in Japan. After she tranfered in UK she kept following lessons at Urasenke, North Greenwich, from 2015 and currently is at the highest level of the Ceremony School. … Read More
Sarada is an MA Audiovisual Translation and Popular Culture student at City University with a keen interest in translation and interpreting. She has experience working in media industry particularly as a translator and interpreter with which she has demonstrated her … Read More
Experienced istructor, he graduated in Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (TESOL/TEFL) and Master of Arts in International Affairs, Ohio, U.S. He developed great communication skills during his years as Japanese and English language instructor in Australia and the States, … Read More
Asae is an enthusiastic Japanese teacher with a teaching career that goes from 2004 to 2008, she has high level communication skills developed through her work experience in high school teaching, private English and Japanese tutoring combined with leadership roles … Read More
Akemi Solloway Tanaka attended the Tchiyoda Gakuin Finishing School, where she formally studied Occidental and Oriental etiquette. She is a lecturer and consultant of Japanese culture, and leads study tours to Japan each spring and autumn. In her presenting and … Read More