The Japanese Tutor

The Japanese Tutor

Best Things To Do In Shibuya

On the way to Yoyogi Park in Shibuya

Shibuya Tokyo is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Japan. It’s home to a bustling nightlife scene and plenty of shopping, eating out, and entertainment options. The famous Shibuya Crossing is also one of the city’s main attractions;…

Tokyo Tower


With Mount Fuji on one side, the Pacific Ocean on the other, and an endless medley of skyscrapers, modern buildings, parks, and historical buildings like the Imperial Palace everywhere you look, you feel like you’re on top of the world.…

Japanese Language


Getting Started If you never have been exposed to the Japanese language before. This is a very good place to start. We will set you off on the right foot. Whether or not, you’re just looking for a simple phrasebook…



“Geisha” means “artist” in Japanese. The geisha of Japan are cultural icons who preserve the Japanese custom of putting the guest on a pedestal through their hostessing, conversational dexterity, poetry recitation skills, dance and/or music talent, and attire. Dressed in…

Japanese Weddings


Dressed entirely in white, the bride gazes at her groom and tells him how she vows to build a life together with him based on mutual respect and understanding. The groom, dressed in black, repeats her vow, promising like she…

Japanese Holidays


One of the most effective ways to learn more about a culture is to study its celebrations. By studying a country’s national holidays and country-wide celebrations, you learn more about what the culture values. Below is just a sample of…