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Ekaterina Iwabu

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linguist/ language teacher

Tokyo
My story

About me Hello my dear travelers and adventurers! Kon-nichi-wa! I moved to Japan about 10 years ago to study and work here! I love traveling, and visiting new places is my great passion too! I have traveled a lot around Japan, and I try to visit new places any time when I have a chance.

What do I do here?

I graduated from the University in Russia, before coming to Japan. Now, I work part-time for Japanese company as a linguist and a business English instructor. Unfortunately, I could not speak any Japanese when I came to Tokyo. I spent two years studying Japanese at the Institute of Japanese Language and Culture. It helped me a lot to learn more about Japan and start to understand its beautiful culture.

What's the best of my city?

Let’s enjoy Tokyo I would be happy to share with you everything I know about the unique Japanese culture, the local traditions and customs. Tokyo is a huge city, it never ends and it never feels the same! It is really hard to imagine a thing that you can not find or experience in Tokyo!

My tours secret sauce

Do you want to visit ancient sites with the ruins of Japanese castles, or maybe you would like to experience visiting local shrines and temples while learning the appropriate etiquette? Just let me know! Or, wait! Maybe you would like to see the best patisserie shops in Tokyo?! How about the one that you can find only here and in Budapest?! Or the one where you can try the dessert named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova?! Let’s explore the little India in Tokyo or visit the most fashionable districts of the city! I would be happy to guide you to any places you wish to explore, from picturesque vicinity area to the modern central neighborhoods!

Interests
Museums
History
Art
Architecture
Nature and Parks
Photo
Places of Interest
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