Hello, My name is Victoria and I live in Chiba, in Japan now . I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Japanese .My speaking Japanese is not good then I want to find a partner for speaking language exchange.
If you live Chiba or nearly place.We also can go out for playing together^^
I would like to make some Japanese friends!
I'd be happy to help you to learn Chinese (Mandarin) in exchange.
Hi, I'm Takumi. I'm playing rugby, living in Chiba, and 26years old.
I'm looking for someone who can talk via skype or any apps.
I want the opportunity to use English.
I'm gonna help you about Japanese and something I can.
Nice to meet you my name is Steven. I am originally from Canada but have been living in Chiba for a few years. I would like to meet a new friend who would like to hang out and do a English / Japanese language exchange with someone. I am working in Narita in the airline industry and am quite busy but do have some time in the evenings. I love traveling, reading, music, skiing, driving to different areas in Japan when I am free. I am very down to earth and easy to talk to. I am white, in good shape (love to go to the gym), and try to live a healthy lifestyle. I do speak some Japanese as I studied in University but need to improve. If you are interested, please send me a message.
< At the moment, I have already had two partners and been talking with them. So I temporarily stop contacting new partners. Sorry.>
Hello, I'm Naoki.
I'm studying English, especially speaking and listening, for daily conversation and business use. Maybe my English skill is intermediate level. Please contact and help me improve my English skill. I'm thinking to talk via skype, zoom etc.
I have had no experience to teach Japanese but I am a native Japanese speaker and use it in business, so I can talk with you about both daily and technical themes (mainly science or engineering ones). But I'm not good at slang that younger people speaks.
I'm 37 years old and live in Chiba, Japan with my wife and 2 boys. I love running, riding a road bike, trekking and music(mainly before baroque era). I am also interested in plants which was my subject when I was in a University. Now I'm working in the automotive sector.
I am serious to study English but feel free to contact me if you want to practice Japanese. Because I don't have any skill to teach you Japanese, so I'm happy to make a plan how to teach and learn languages together.
My name is Kyohei.
I teach English at high school in Japan, so I can speak English.
However, I don’t have enough opportunity to improve my English speaking skills.
So, on skype, I would like someone to talk to me and teach useful expressions of English conversation.
Also, I would like to interact with people from different countries and know many things which are new to me.
Moreover,I have been interested in Russia and Russian language lately.
So, I would like someone to teach me Russian in English or Japanese as well.
Of course, I am sure that I can teach you Japanese.
My interests are martial arts (judo, BJJ, sambo), movies, anime,TV dramas, pop music, and language learning.
Thank you for reading!
Hello. I'm a Japanese man.
I would like to learn Traditional Chinese and English for my future career and life work.
I'm looking for someone who can be a friend for a long time as well as a language exchange.
Hi! I am interested in other countries. I am trying to improve English and I wish learn more languages in the future.
If you have interested in Manga, playing in nature （Hiking ,Walking etc.）, Math (mostly for statistics), Art(Ukiyoe), Science(just a easy level), I think we can talk about it.
I am looking forward to talk with you!
ちなみにHTML CSS PHPで作ろうと思っています。
I want to create a web app now, and I'm struggling everyday.
I'm looking for someone who can be my friend in this decision.
I'm planning to use HTML CSS PHP.
I don't care who you are, please be my friend! Please teach me!!!!
I'm an Australian currently living in Japan with my wife (who is Japanese). :) ..I'd like to find someone to practice my Japanese with. Right now I can have some basic conversations, but my vocabulary and grammar can be improved. I look forward to talking with you! I enjoy talking about food and fishing the most!!
P.S. I grew up in Malaysia, so if anyone is interested in Bahasa Melayu, I can help with that too.
Hey, My name is Yan. I was born and raised in China but now live and work in Tokyo. I learned Japanese in a language school in Japan and finished my tertiary level education in Europe. I speak Chinese, Japanese and English. I am a keen reader and spend most of my part-time on reading. Also, I always wanted to improve my English and Japanese so as to know more people from all over the world. Thanks for reading, and looking forward to hearing from you.
I want to be able to speak English fluently, so feel free to talk to me.
My English level is beginner
I can teach Japanese culture and language.
Deceptive communication is great for getting a conversation going, but it's hopeless when it comes to building trust.
I try to be accurate and honest in my communication.
To those who lump all of Asia together
China, Korea, and Japan have completely different cultures, so please do not lump them all together as Asia.
Unfortunately, even though they are located close to each other, they have completely different cultures.
Especially in our country, the word "chosen," which means "Korea," has been banned as a discriminatory term, and they try to hide their nationality by using pseudonyms in Japan.
Most Japanese people feel bad when they are called Koreans or Chinese.
This is because they are the top two foreign criminals in Japan.
Of course, not all of them do.
But the fact is that the crime rate is very high.
Imagine being mistaken for an ethnic group that commits a lot of crimes in your own country and for your understanding.
In addition, Japanese with strange Japanese names abroad are just strange restaurants that Chinese and Koreans have built thinking that if they write "Japanese food" on the door, people will come.
They are not Japanese food, but failures made to look like Japanese food.
They are very tasteless, so please don't think of them as Japanese food.
Gyoza, for example, is 100 times not better than the frozen food sold in Japanese supermarkets.
Please don't think of them as Japanese food.
If you are interested in learning Japanese and want to travel to Japan, I will guide you on a trip to eat cheap and delicious food for free.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study English.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Japanese in exchange.
I play the guitar.
I like reading books and watching movie.
I'm working as Architect. I design houses,shopping and everything clients want.
I live with my son and wife.
Please feel free to send me a message.
I'll reply as soon as possible.