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Yukiko Watanabe

Yukiko Watanabe

After working as a full time Japanese teacher in Bangkok, Yukiko Watanabe returned to Japan to work at the real estate division of Recruit Co. In 2000, she and three other teachers founded Iidabashi Japanese Language School with a goal of providing fun Japanese lessons to expat residents of Tokyo.
Student Testimonials

How Mathieu Landed a Job in Japan

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on December 20, 2016

Mathieu moved to Japan in December 2015 to settle down with his Japanese wife. In France, he ran his own IT company providing customer support services. He chose to leave it all be...

Student Testimonials

Employed as IT engineer in Japan after 6 months

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on February 16, 2016

This time we interviewed Fabrice who came to Japan from France with a working holiday visa and got a job at a major IT company in Japan after taking a 6-month course.

Student Testimonials

Participating in the 6-month intensive course, while working at a law firm – Collin

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on October 2, 2015

Colin is from the United States, and this is his fourth year in Japan. He decided to take the 6 months intensive course in order to obtain the position he seeks.

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Japanese Crash Course – Survival Japanese

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on August 28, 2015

Welcome to Japan! Along with your first steps in your new life in Tokyo, begin to learn Japanese with Coto’s Japanese Crash Course and feel immediately your improvement. In 4...

Japanese Study

The Ins-and-Outs of Arigatou, thank you in Japanese

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on May 21, 2015

Once is never enough… To say thank you in Japanese In Japan, one can never say “Thank you” or be thanked enough when expressing appreciation and gratitude in any ...

Cultural Events

Coto’s coming events! in May 2015

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on May 7, 2015

Cooking class 料理クラス Wednesday, May 13th 12:40-13:55 in Coto Language Academy Oshi-zushi Did you know that there are various different ways to make sushi? These include nigiri-zushi...

School News

Coto’s Spring 春 photo contest! 2015

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on April 27, 2015

Coto’s Spring Photo Contest is FINALLY here! All you have to do to take part is to post a picture of your experience during Springtime in Japan and you stand...

School News

Coto’s Spring 春 photo contest entries!

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on April 7, 2015

Coto’s Spring 春 photo contest entries! 1.九段下、千鳥が淵/ Chidorigafuchi, Kudanshita Submitted by Tunimaal, With the sakuras surrounding you, the light breeze that brushes past your...

Cultural Events

Skiing & Snowboarding Tour 2015 in Myoko Ikenotaira

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on March 18, 2015

Skiing & Snowboarding Tour in Myoko Ikenotaira When one talks about winter in Japan, the topic of skiing is sure to come up! Although Hokkaido is famous for powder snow,...

Japanese Study

How to call yourself in Japanese? boku, ore, watashi

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on March 11, 2015

This is an outlet of a popular chain of restaurants that sells French cuisine called “Ore no Furenchi” (My French) As French cuisine is generally expensive in Japan, this restaurant aims to provide affordable French cuisine to the mass public by adopting a casual dining style. Thus the use of the more casual “俺 ore” over the more formal “私 watashi” when it comes to the naming of the restaurant.

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