Hi everyone! My name is Eloise and I'm from sunny Sydney, Australia. I first came to Japan in 2010 when I moved to Tokyo for two years to begin my teaching journey. Since then I have taught English to people of all ages, including kids, university students and adults.


As well as teaching English I also design textiles and clothing, and I taught design at a university in Sydney. I'm very interested in the environment and sustainability. One of my favourite things about Japan is its traditional craft culture, and in Kyoto I am learning new skills like indigo dyeing and weaving - which is why I love living in Nishijin in north Kyoto! I also love Japanese architecture, history, gardens and food, and you can often find me around town asking lots of questions in shops, workrooms and bookstores!


As a student of Japanese language (and soon, Chinese!) I understand the thrills and challenges of learning a new language. My hope is to inspire you to communicate naturally in English and give you the confidence to explore the world and make lasting connections with people from other counties and cultures. 





英語を教えるのと同時に、衣服のデザインもしています。シドニーの大学でデザインを教えていたこともあります。環境とその持続に関してとても興味があります。日本の好きなところの一つは、伝統工芸です。京都では藍染を学んでいるので、住んでいる西陣が大好きです。 日本の建築、歴史、庭、食べ物も大好きです。市内の色々なところでたくさんの質問をしている私に出くわすかもしれませんよ。






 My name is Daniel, but you can call me Dan. The first thing you need to know about me is that I love to talk. The second thing is that I love stories. I watch a lot of movies, and I read a lot of comic books. And I love to talk about movies and comic books.


I’m from Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver is a strange place where there are cherry blossoms everywhere, and people love to eat sushi! I think you would like it there.


I come from a family of teachers. I’m even married to a teacher! My wife and I moved to Japan to teach English, and to learn Japanese. I have my bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Drama from Trinity Western University.  I am looking forward to helping you learn English.  












Hi Everyone!


 I'm Travis and I come from Perth, Western Australia where I worked as an engineer on a gold mine in the middle of the Australian desert.  In 2005, I earned my certificate in teaching English as a second language (CELTA) and came to Japan. After backpacking around the country, I taught English with Nova in Tokyo. Since then, I've been working as  a mechatronics engineer for an Australia company from my home in Japan. I lived in Tokyo for around 5 years and then lived in Kobe for another 5 years. Now, I've moved to Kyoto where I plan to live permanently.


I'm interested in philosophy, history and politics, and I'd love to learn more about these things in Japan. I also like to do weight lifting, swimming, scuba diving and skiing (I'm still learning as we don't have any snow in Western Australia). And of course, I'm learning Japanese!


I've travelled to many different countries and Japan is my favorite by far. I love Japan for its food, culture and architecture, and I especially love Japanese peaple. I want to meet a lot of English students and help you reach your goals so you can travel the world, communicate effectively in business or chat with your foreign friends. I want to make a positive difference in your life and I hope you enjoy your English classes with me!


みなさん こんにちは!



私は哲学や歴史や政治について興味があり、日本のそれらについてももっと学びたいと考えています。そして、物理学、化学、心理学などありとあらゆるもの何でも、化学全般について皆さんと話をしてみたいです! 休みの日には、重量上げ、水泳、スキューバーダイビングやスキーをするのが好きです。(オーストラリア西部では雪は降らないので、スキーはまだ初心者です。)そしてもちろん日本語も勉強中です!




Hi there!

I'm Mark, I come from a small town called Waiuku which is located near the city of Auckland in New Zealand. My family is Dutch, this means my family were originally from The Netherlands. My family name is of Dutch origin    "Kleinstra" and it means "small street" if you translate it to English.

Because my family is spread across the world, I have learned multiple languages and can speak English and Dutch fluently, I can also speak a little German. I have completed a one year course studying the Japanese language here in Kyoto (but I'm still not perfect!), and I hope to become a full-time English Teacher in Japan soon!

I am passionate about learning and teaching languages, and my hobbies include studying, gaming, playing with dogs, relaxing under my kotatsu and going crazy.

I am looking forward to learning from you, teaching you, and speaking with you all in class!

みなさん こんにちは!私はマークです。ニュージーランドの首都オークランドから近いワイウクという小さな町から来ました。私の家族はオランダ出身です。

私の家族は世界中いろんなところにいるので、いろんな言葉を学んできました。私は英語・オランダ語・ドイツ語が話せます。そして京都で一年間日本語を勉強しました。(まだペラペラじゃありません。) 近いうちにフルタイムの英語の先生になりたいと思っています。









新しい生徒さんとの出会い><♪ 皆さんが英語を話せるようになるお手伝いができることを!私も英語が話せませんでした。でも話せるようになりました。どうやって?How? それをクラスで皆さんに伝えていきたい、コツをお伝えしたいです!内緒で1つ言うなら、それが実は一番大事なことなのですが、それは何かと言うと、、、続ける事です!


英!英!GO!! に通うことで、英会話学習を無理なく楽しく続ける事ができ、英語が話せるようになって、皆さんの夢が叶えられるようにお手伝いできるのであれば、それが私の幸せです♡ そして、たくさんの方々と、英語、英会話の楽しさを共有したいです!めっちゃ楽しいです、英会話!!では、話せるようになるために欠かせない「基礎」を固めるのが目標の、「初心者JP」、「基礎JP」、「初級JP」クラスで、たくさんの皆さんとの出会いを楽しみにしています。

和太鼓、Mr. Children が大好きです!共通する方、声かけて下さい!



Hi, I’m Atsumi. I’m very happy to be at Ei! Ei! Go!! and very excited at the fact that I can keep pursuing my career as an English teacher! I want you to know that setting a goal is very important when you learn something and learning how to speak English is not an exception. If you don’t have a clear goal, please set your goal to finish elementary (shokyu) level. When you finish elementary level, that means, you are able to communicate in English! Maybe not as fluent as native English speakers, but you can get general ideas of what they are saying and respond properly. That is what communication is all about. You don’t have to be super fluent or perfect in grammar. I want you to experience the fun part of English communication by understanding each other with people from all over the world. That is going to enrich your life. I would be very very happy if I could help you with that. That’s my goal.


Mr. B


Hi everyone!  I'm Anthony Blackman.  Everyone calls me "Mr. B".  I'm from Hobbs, New Mexico.  Everyone thinks I'm from Mexico, but New Mexico is an American state.  I highly recommend everyone visit once.  It is a truly enchanting state.

I first came to Kyoto way back in 1994.  I have lived in Japan so long that I sometimes forget English.  Over the last 16+ years, I have had the pleasure of teaching thousands of students of all ages from babies to people in their 90s.  It's been a real joy to learn about Japan from all the students and I always enjoy learning new things about the culture.  


Even though I love telling jokes and I have a strange sense of humour, deep inside of me is a burning desire to make sure that all of my students learn English.  I firmly believe that it is every teacher's responsibility to make sure their students are improving.  This is why I never stop trying to make the classes better and more interesting for the students.  I understand Japanese very well, so if you ever have a question that you need answered, don't hesitate to ask in either language.  


In my free time, I like to go to Starbucks and drink my favorite beverage, ice chai tea latte.  I also enjoy riding motorcycles very much.  I love to ride my bike to Lake Biwa and the Japan Sea and sleep on the beach all night.  It's such a great feeling to see the sunrise from the beach.   I also have one more very strange hobby.......I love going deep into the mountains after midnight and looking for wild animals.  Being chased by a giant boar at 2am is far more exciting than a night of karaoke.  

I am excited to be working at Ei! Ei! Go!! and I'm looking forward to meeting all of you one by one.  

Thank you.


みなさん こんにちは!



私は時間がある時、Starbucksに行って、私のお気に入り、Ice Chai Tea Latteを飲んで過ごします。それにバイクに乗るのも大好き。琵琶湖や日本海にバイクで行って、一晩中ビーチで眠るのは最高です!ビーチから眺める朝焼けは本当に美しい....。



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