Our school consists of groups of qualified native Japanese teachers who are passionate about helping students to improve their Japanese language skills and understanding of the culture.

We make sure to teach practical Japanese and provide plenty of opportunities to practice the language with native Japanese speakers!

Japanese Teacher

MIYUKI sensei


From : Yokohama
Hobby: Calligraphy, Ink Painting, Flower Arrangement, Taiko drumming, Reading, Gardening
Love: Cat, Dog, Birds, Washoku

I began helping Japanese learners nearly 30 years ago. Since then I have been fascinated to learn about other culture and help people to become a bridge between two cultures learning Japanese language and culture.

Message for students
Thank you for your interest into Japanese language, culture and people. I believe the most important factor for learning is your passion and to be persistant. I am looking forward to speak with you in Japanese and wishing you to make lots of Japanese friends. Let's enjoy!

Japanese Teacher

HIRO sensei

Bachelor of Economics
Cert. Japanese Language Teaching 

From : Tokyo
Hobby: Sports and cooking

Before coming to Brisbane in 2020, I have been living in Singapore for 23 years. (I have been visiting Brisbane from Singapore every year. I love Brisbane.)

I have started teaching Japanese more than 10 years ago.

​I really enjoy sharing the knowledge and culture through Japanese study and conversation. I am really happy to meet and talk those who are studying Japanese vividly with bright-eyes.

I like all kinds of sports, such as tennis, golf, swimming and so forth. Recently, I am just watching a game, but I love American football, Rugby, and after coming to Brisbane, I became a fan of AFL.

I also like cooking, especially Italian cuisine. I cook pasta and pizza. I can cook pasta with tomato source, cream source, seafood source and olive oil source.  Mmm…Buon appetito!

Message to Students
Let's study Japanese in a fun, cheerful and energetic way.

'Walk together, talk together, all ye peoples of the earth. Then and only then shall we have peace.'

Japanese Teacher

NAGISA sensei

Bachelor in Humanities
Cert. Japanese Language Teaching

From : Ehime
Playing ukulele, fishing

I have been teaching Japanese since 2012 in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Australia. I enjoy being able to see the improvements on my students’ skills, and also sharing and learning each other's culture and tradition.

Message to Students

I want to start learning Japanese, but I don’t know how to start.

I would like to know natural Japanese expression.

I want to learn Japanese culture and

tradition while studying Japanese.


...If you want to achieve those, why don’t you study Japanese with me?

Japanese Teacher

QUNI sensei

Cert. Teaching  Japanese

From : Tokyo
Hobby: Zumba, Swimming
(swimming coach during summer!), making sweets

I have been teaching Japanese since 2005. I have taught in Japan, China and Australia. I love being able to see the students working hard every time, making conversation using learnt Japanese. 

Message for Students

Japanese is not difficult! Let me help you to learn the rules of the language having fun in the journey of going forward to achieve your goals!

Japanese Teacher

MIME sensei

Bachelor of Education

From : Tokyo
Hobby: Piano, flute, swimming, yoga, walking, taking photos, cooking and having great coffee. I am currently interested in decluttering (Danshari) and living conscientiously.

I've been teaching Japanese and English for over 15 years both in Australia and Japan. It is such a privilege to help enthusiastic people to learn, and I am often learning from them.


Message for students
I am so grateful that you are interested in my country. People have different leaning styles and learning speeds, so let's have interesting lessons and build confidence through your learning progress.

Japanese Courses


Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Diploma of International Business

BJLC School Enrolment Officer

From : Gifu
Hobby: Exercise and maintaining
healthy gut for healthy life making lots of fermented foods such as Nukazuke (Japanese fermented vegetables), sauerkraut, Natto (Japanese fermented soy beans), miso, yoghurt, kefir milk, Kombucha and sourdough bread. 

I have lived in Melbourne as an international student for 1.5 years and 12 years in Brisbane with my husband and twin boys. 

Message for students

 I want to say BIG THANK YOU for being interested in Japanese language and culture. I studied English as a second language and it has been a wonderful uplifting journey. I am very happy to help you begin your own journey with Japanese and I know you will achieve your goals with our support. 

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You all have your own goals and reasons for studying Japanese. Maybe you want to visit Japan, or live in Japan and be able to talk to people and experience our culture. Or maybe you need Japanese for work or other reasons. Take the first step and study with us. We are real Japanese people and we would love to support you to achieve your goal and dreams and hope you have lots of fun in the class. ​