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I'm Eric from California. I majored in international relations at the University of California at Davis, California. I graduated in the spring of 1994 and came straight to Japan to begin a new exciting life in Nagoya where I have a friend who helped me extensively. I studied Japanese at the YWCA everyday and Shotokan Karate but soon found it quite expensive to live here. Consequently I soon began working as an English teacher and soon after that I moved up to Tokyo which was my dream at the time. I've about 15 years of experience in teaching and several years of experience working for Japanese companies as well. I've managed to become conversationally fluent in spoken Japanese but am still studying as my ability is yet insufficient. I'm a bit passionate about dance, specifically Argentine Tango. I'm also into the esoteric, metaphysical, spiritual. In short, life's more meaningful questions interest me. I'm also a bit of a conspiracy theorist. I'm fascinated with concepts such as the flat-world theory, aliens and so on. Most importantly I love teaching English so I'm quite happy to be able to help people of all ages here at the school these days. I welcome you to Little California English, a sort of little California in Tachikawa.
My name is Timothy Lawton.
My father is American and my mother is Japanese.
I was born and raised in Japan up until middle school and attended an International school. Our family then moved to Corvallis, Oregon, in the United States. I decided to move back to Japan because my immediate family now all live in Japan and also to improve my Japanese. My hobbies include hiking, swimming, andtraveling.
Kofi Ayim Aboagye
You can call me Kofi, but not quite like the drink! My parents are from Ghana but moved to Europe so that my brothers and I could go to school there. I was born in Sweden and began elementary school there but moved to New York City when I was 11 years old. I like to think I’m a global citizen now that I live in Japan. I went to school at Fordham University in Manhattan, and after that I spent a few years working as a mechanic of airplanes.
A few subjects I like are physics, math, and cosmology. Also, you can never go wrong with a bit of Nintendo. You may think me a science guy, but I believe there’s much more to life than meets the eye. Most importantly, I’d like to say that making friends and helping others here at Little California is truly a privilege. Hope to meet you all soon if I haven’t already!
Hello everyone, my name is Ryan Saiz. I’m from Lubbock, Texas. I’ve been in Japan for a little over 4 years. I was in the United States Navy working at Naval Air Facility Atsugi and now I’m currently a University student at Lakeland University in Shinjuku. I love watching and playing basketball and sports in general. I’m looking forward to interacting with students, and gaining experience with the Japanese community.
I'm Jeremy from Clearwater, Florida. I grew up in the United States and now I'm living in Kunitachi, Tokyo with my wife and son. I enjoy gardening edible plants, creating graphic art and going on nature hikes. I moved here to raise my son together with my Father and Mother-In- Law. I look to improve my Japanese through immersion and explore this beautiful country with family and friends.