At university Anna majored in American culture at the faculty of International Relations, and during that time she studied in Wisconsin in the United States.
After graduating and acquiring work experience as an English teacher at a Japanese public high school, she decided to become a Japanese language teacher and participated in a Japanese language education program at Lincoln University in the U.S.
After returning to Japan, she joined Coto – where she teaches mainly beginner classes. Anna has a wide range of hobbies including volleyball, piano and classical ballet.
A message from Anna / Her Philosophy
I think that, no matter what you learn, start out by having fun, it leads to continued learning. So I always keep in mind to teach lessons that have students thinking, “Japanese is fun!” and “This is easier than I thought!” The language barrier can be the most stressful aspect of living in a foreign country. For people who, find themselves living in Japan, I would like to provide support from the perspective of “words” that will allow them to live a broader and richer life during their time here.