2023/03/22 05:06


Korea Plaza

Korea Plaza, the store that is proud of itself for being the store that has the biggest selection in Japan. By the way, what do people in Korea eat in a wedding?
Seasonal Food・Food for Anniversary in Korea
Silver line noodles (Gukusu): In Korea, there is a custom of having a meal after the wedding, and usually people eat Gukusu which represents their wish for the couple’s longevity and happiness. These days, instead of eating Gukusu, people eat other foods as well, but the meaning has remained unchanged.

2. Samubok
Samgyetang: Sambok means the hottest period of the year. It changes every year, but it usually falls in between July and August. In order to beat the summer heat and to build up one’s body, people often eat Samgyetang in Korea. It is a typical Korean healthy dish that contains stewed sticky rice, Korean ginseng, chestnuts, garlic, claws, and other ingredients. People not only eat it during this period but throughout the year as well.

Sonpyon: On this day which is equivalent to the Obon Festival in Korea, people make rice flour from the rice harvested in that year and eat it with beans and sesame.

4.Before taking an exam
Candy (Yoh): There is a custom of giving test-takers candies in Korea. Since candies are sticky, there is a meaning of “stick to the school of your choice!”. It used to be only the candies, but nowadays people give out other sticky foods such as sticky rice cake, chocolate, and so on.
(From Korea Plaza’s website)

○Experience as a Japanese Teacher○

All for the sake of students. Playing an active role every day with 3 hours of sleep. — An interview with Ms. Kazuyo Tezuka
Kazuyo Tezuka
Kazuyo Tezuka
She majored in Japanese-language education in a graduate school in Korea. After returning to Japan, she received the Japanese Language Teaching certificate after 420 hours of training. She has 4 years of experience in teaching Japanese and 3 years of experience in teaching Korean.

Why did you become a Japanese teacher?
When I was in university, I was the president of the Tutoring Club. I was able to increase communications with students from abroad, and a few foreign students had told me “Why don’t you become a Japanese teacher?” However, I wasn’t aware of that back then. I then went on an exchange to Korea, the place that I was interested in. I was so into Korea that I started to look for ways to avoid having to come back. At the end I figured that I could stay there with a student visa and thus made up my mind to enter graduate school. The only faculty I could enter was the faculty of Japanese Language Education. Upon graduation, it was hard to find a job in Japan, so I decided to become a Japanese teacher instead of working at a company.

What makes the job as a Japanese teacher worth doing?
The best moments are when the students tell me “Oh, I got it!” or “”Your classes are interesting”. I see their reactions right away, so it’s exciting every day for good or for bad. In addition, they often ask me questions that I have never thought of from the Japanese perspective, so I have learned a lot as I get to see things differently.

Dreams for the Future
My goal is to become a person with “healing power” ♪
I hope to become a person that always has something to spare in many aspects.

A message for future Japanese teachers
It may sound strict, but people who want their own time should not do this job. You cannot really draw a line between private life and the job. In addition, you will not be able to do it for long if you just want to use it as a means to go abroad. You should call it a few years of rigorous training rather than work. You would be worried about how to make the lessons more interesting and how to make them easier to understand every day. (In my case I was teaching at 3 different schools, and the average time of sleep I got was 3 hours). There are also many problems other than the lessons! If you still feel “I want to do it for sure!” even so, please become a Japanese teacher by all means. I support you from the bottom of my heart.


Expanding Businesses in Korea
Q: The country with the 11th highest GDP in the world. A member of the OECD. World’s leader in ship building, internet, cell phones, semi-conductors, LCD, and MP3 technologies. It is also competitive in nuclear power, automobiles, iron and steel, high speed railway, and robotics. The country that has the highest percentage of internet users. Which country is that?

A: The answer is Korea.
It seems like people have the image that expensive goods don’t sell well in Korea. However, as a matter of fact, high value-added goods are sold at more expensive prices in Korea than in Japan. The existence of many undeveloped markets and the lack of competition are the main reasons. In addition, goods with high originality are also traded at high prices. There are cases where foreign goods are traded at prices that are three times as much.

In other words,
Korea is not only a country where the dramas and the actors are popular. It is also a country that is attractive as a marketplace for businesses.

Since our establishment, we have been focusing on “Korean language” and have accumulated know-how in many areas. Right now we are accepting corporate members and we would like to make contributions to “corporations that are related to Korea”.

【Member Benefits】・Free trail lessons(once per week×4 weeks)You may choose the month of your preference!
・You may choose the appropriate level according to your experience.
 ※For commuters and group lessons only
・We have various events every month, so you can meet more people outside your job.
・You get free e-mails from KOVA which includes a mini lesson and others as well.

We make arrangements for corporate classes (we dispatch teachers) as well as other arrangements according to your needs. You can enjoy many benefits as a member and right now the joining fee for corporate is ¥0!!

LOBROS Co., Ltd. 

NIGIRO, a café with a soothing atmosphere in Kichijoji
The entrance of LOBROS Jiyogaoka store which matches the greenery of the store
The fancy atmosphere of LOBROS Jiyugaoka
"Seasonal Fruit Salad with Blue Cheese Dip" is marvelous!
A popular dessert among males and females!
■■■ Deliver happiness through delicious food      ☆Your smile is what motivates us ■■■

◆The concept of our business is “tasty, healthy, and happy”. We aim to deliver happiness through giving more and more people the feeling they get when they eat delicious food at home or at restaurants. In addition, we hope to create the place where people can enjoy themselves as well as the place where we can develop talent that support us.
We are working hard at our “origins”, Kichijoji NIGIRO Café (a café which started with a booth) and LOBROS Jiyugaoka (Café and Dining), in order to serve delicious food and create a delightful atmosphere that will make our customers healthier and happier.

LOBROS Co., Ltd. 03-5413-0301
Recruitment Staff: Kurioka / Akiyama
URL: http://www.lobros.co.jp
You may also find staff profiles on the website.
If you look at check the profile, you can understand the atmosphere right away ☆

Company Profile
Corporate Name: LOBROS Co.,Ltd.

Date of Establishment: 2004/ 09/01

Capital: ¥10 million

Representative:Katsuro Sakai

Description of Business: operation of restaurants, cafés
Food service at companies, hospitals, and universities
Consulting business on restaurant management

Address: Hassei Building 2F, 3-24-23, Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Establishments: NIGIRO Café
Kichijoji Minamimachi 1-9-6, Musashino City, Tokyo

LOBROS Jiyugaoka
(Inside Jiyugaoka station)
A101, Okusawa 5-42-3, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Toriyoshi Shin-Okubo Branch

◆Have an evening drink in an atmosphere based on Japanese style!◆
Sauce of our own recipe and our specialty "deep-fried chicken wings"! The emergence of that famous restaurant!
Fancy Japanese-style Dishes
A wide and modern space near the station
We have courses with All-You-Can-Drink that are below ¥4000!
A refreshing cold dish featuring our famous steamed chicken. It goes well with green onions!
【A taste of our own recipe】
We use chickens that are approximately 1 month old and season them with more than 10 spices and a sauce of our own recipe.

A unique taste made with our own recipe and unique frying method!

【Our obsessiveness with the taste】
The "Kumiage Tofu" is made with domestically produced soybeans and natural bittern.
Condiments and soy sauce are served on the side, but the flavor is so rich that
you can enjoy it without anything.

【The Taste Everybody's Talking About】
We're loved by many entertainment artists and have been introduced by many TV programs.
Popular desserts include "Creme Brulee", "Doteyaki", and "Tenmusu".
Try them all some time!

If you bring in the free paper and say "Senseup",
you get a drink (under ¥500) for free!

【Sample Menu】

【Featured Menu】
○Featured food: Deep-Fried Chicken Wings of our own recipe
(Dolce, Medium-Spicy, Spicy)"
Deep-Fried Chicken Wings of our own recipe. Delicously fried ¥420

○ Tofu
We use domestically produced soybeans and hand make the tofu one by one.

【Fried Food with the Sauce of Our Own Recipe】
○ Deep-fried Liver
We finish the dish with the sauce of our own recipe.
○ Deep-fried Chicken Breast

【Specialty: Doteyaki】
○A taste of Nagoya, Doteyaki
Stewed beef tendon with akamiso ¥504
○Dote Dama
Boiiled egg stewed with Dote (fish) ¥158
【Extraordinary Dish】
○Fried Eggplants Dressed with Chicken Soboro and Miso
A delicious dish featuring the excellent combination of eggplants, ground chicken, and miso. ¥683
○ Cold Sliced and Boiled Black Pork with Ponzu
Try the vegetables and meat with yuzu pepper flavored Ponzu.

【Healthy Food】
○ Fried Green and Yellow Vegetables with salt and parched sesame seeds
Broccoli・French Beans・nap Peas・Green Beans
○ Cheese and Cracker with Shuto
Creamy ice-cream served with cracker ¥609

B1F, Sun Building, 2-4-1 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 〒169-0073

JR Shin Okubo Station: 10-sec walk
JR Chuo Line Okubo Station: 2-min walk

※When making an inquiry, please indicate that you heard about us through Senseup as it will be smoother.
Head Chef
Yu Taniguchi
Store Hours
17:00~ 04:00 (Last Order: 03:00)

Regular Holiday
New Year's Day

Average Budget
(per person)
¥3,500 (Average) ¥2,500 (Average for Parties)

Total Number of Seats
130 Seats

Maximum Number of People for Parties

Parking Lot

Credit Cards
VISA MASTER UC DC UFJ(Million) DinersClub
AmericanExpress JCB SAISON

We have private rooms as well




R Corporation Inc.

★Competitive Prices Because We Own a Printing Factory in China★
We provide professional service
The factory in China
Sample work for beauty clinics and etc.①
Sample work for food service industry ②

Competitive prices for production, printing, and arrangements for newspaper insert because services are provided by the factory directly. Feel free to consult us in Japanese, Chinese, or English. We also ship across the country.
We realized our original distribution structure which makes it possible for you to produce and print in Japan in a Chinese price!

Our motto is “Let us know when you found the price lower than ours!!!!!”
Since we have our own factory in Saitama, we can achieve the cheap and speedy delivery service directly throughout the Kanto area.
It will be sent with the same price no matter how big it is. Plus, there will be no charge if it is for a short -term storage.

Feel free to consult us about the production, printing, and arrangement for newspaper insert for your flyers, menu, posters, business cards, cards, pocket tissues, free newspapers, and magazines.

Production:B5 Size ¥5,000~ per page; Floor Plan, Map ¥300 (Illustration)
Printing:, For B5 black and white single-sided, ¥1 per page when you print 10,000 pages
(For printing, a minimum of 1,000 pages is required)

R Corporation Inc.
Headquarters: 4-58-15-106 Itabashi Itabashi-Ku Tokyo 173-0004
Establishment: November, 2004.
Capital: 5,000,000yen
President: Shoko Tachi
Tel:03-6786-1811 FAX:03-6786-1811
Saitama factory: 1721-3 Uetomi Sanbo-cho Irimagun Saitama 354-0045
Feel free to contact Mr. Chen in Japanese, Chinese, or English.


Check our website for the details.

Easy Japanese cooking

Please try it!
Ingredients A (for sushi rice): rice 780g, water 400cc, seaweed 5cm
Combined vinegar: rice vinegar 3 table spoons, sugar 1 table spoon, salt 1 tea spoon
Ingredients B: Aburaage 10 pieces, white sesame seeds 2 table spoons
Water with stock to boil Aburaage: water 1 and a half cups (300cc), sugar 3 table spoons, Japanese sweet rice wine 1 table spoon, soy sauce 3 table spoons

How to make sushi rice
1. Rinse your rice and leave it in the water for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, drain the water and put the rice in a rice cooker with water (400cc) and seaweed.
2. Stir the ingredients for the combined vinegar. Stir salt and sugar well.
3. When the rice is cooked, put it on the plate and stir it well until it cools down by using a fan.
(stir it with rice spoon like you are cutting the rice)
4. Put combined vinegar into the rice and stir them well.
5. Boil Aguraage for 2 minutes to get rid of the excess oil.
6. Put them in a strainer to get rid of the water. Cut the aburaage in half then put your finger into it to open it up gently.

7. Put the ingredients for water with stock to boil aburaage into a pot and put the stove on high heat. When it is boiled, put aburaage in and put the stove on low heat.
8. When most of the water is evaporated, turn off the stove and cool it down.
9. Take aburaage from the pan then squeeze them gently.
10. Put white sesame seeds in the rice and stir them lightly.
11. Put sushi rice into aburaage and close them up

We don’t use raw fish for this recipe, this is also a decent "osushi".
You can put anything in sushi rice if you like.
You can also put sliced Japanese pickles in sushi rice.

It is suitable for any leisure activity such as a sports carnival or Ohanami.

Shinokubo Ethnic Restaurant:Yataimura

~Enjoy the cuisines from 6 Asian countries~
An East Asian village that you can go by train! A gathering of Asian cuisines~
A special set that includes all our favorites!
Enjoying noisy get-togethers is the Asian style!
A gathering of cuisines from all over the world!
The restaurant has a very exotic atmosphere!!★☆★
Vietnamese food is popular throughout the year ♪
■■■Our favorite, the Asian Set!!■■■
In addition to the authentic flavor created by native chefs, the interior of the restaurant is also unique. We have a wide selection of Asian cuisines and beers. Let's load the tables with dishes and cross cultural boundaries!

【It's extremely popular now!】
A new special set that allows you to eat Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, and Malaysian cuisines
all at once!!

This is a good deal that has incorporated delicious cuisines from various countries for people who want to try different dishes like you!

The Asian Set (11 dishes) + All You Can Drink⇒¥3,500

Lunch Menu: 8 Daily Specials ¥680~
Sample Menu
Chicken Curry →¥780
Nan →¥300
Peking Duck (1/2)→ ¥1980
Nasi Goreng→¥780
Beer from various Asian countries→ ¥609 Each

Total Number of Seats
120 Seats

2-20-25 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 〒169-0073

JR Shin Okubo Station: 2-min walk
JR Okubo Station: 3-min walk

※When making an inquiry, please indicate that you heard about us through Senseup as it will be smoother.

Store Hours
Lunch 11:30~14:30
Dinner 17:00~04:00 (Last Order 03:30)

Regular Holiday

Average Budget
(Per person)
¥2,500 (Average) ¥3,000 (Average for Parties) ¥850 (Average for Lunch)

Maximum Number of People for Parties


Credit Cards

We have an All You Can Drink menu as well!


E-mail address

Japanese teacher

He started teaching Japanese 1 month after arriving in Taiwan to study Chinese. He taught Japanese for 2 years there in Taiwan. He taught more than 2000 students ranging from elementary school students to adults.
A: Why did you become a Japanese teacher? When I just arrived in Taiwan, I had never thought about becoming a Japanese teacher or even just teaching Japanese. But I didn’t want to come back to Japan right after studying Chinese at a language school. I really liked Taiwanese people and I thought about what I could do there, and I figured that I could become a Japanese teacher. Though it was for a simple reason did I start teaching Japanese, it turned out as one of the best experiences in my life!

A: What makes the job as a Japanese teacher worth doing?
In a way, you get a great degree of freedom as a Japanese teacher and thus there are thousands of ways in how people teach. Therefore, a lesson can be good or bad and can affect the students drastically depending on the teacher. Students often told me that I was “an unlikely-looking teacher”. This was because I wasn’t a typical teacher who stands on the platform and talks all the time. Instead, students were always leading my classes with my assistance and I incorporated games into my lessons as well. I always wanted to get Taiwanese people interested in the Japanese language because it is the foundation for student’s progress and as well as Japanese teacher’s progress. It’s the same as people saying that parents learn as kids grow.

A: What’s your dream for the future?
My dream is to become the bridge for the exchanges between Taiwanese and Japanese. I hope to create a comprehensive system where Taiwanese and Japanese people can introduce their own culture to each other out of their own interests and thus reduce the distance between them.

A: Could you say a few words to future Japanese teachers?
Frankly speaking, teaching Japanese is not as hard as you might think. But there are still excellent teachers who truly enjoy communicating with others and who are considerate of others. Of course, having the knowledge of Japanese language is important, but it is something that you can learn right away. What I found really hard was creating the atmosphere and the classes. Many Japanese teachers I know, including myself, found this really hard. I don’t have an answer to this, but try your best to find a teaching style that reflects your personality!

Experiences of a Japanese Teacher

Ms. Miyuki Kato
Learn Japanese and Teach Japanese
A key person for Japan’s internationalization


She taught Japanese in Taiwan for one year after completing her training to become a Japanese teacher. After she got back from Taiwan, she worked at a private Japanese school as a part-time teacher. At the same time, she was majoring in Japanese-language education and soon became a full-time teacher.
She is currently teaching overseas students from more than ten different countries at a professional training college attached to a university and a Japanese educational institute which belongs to an independent administrative agency.
The reason why she became a Japanese teacher

I was very interested in English since I was a student. Before I started working as a Japanese teacher I was working for this enterprise that produced an instructional book on technology, which was exported overseas. That was when I became really aware of the fact that I was Asian, and that I was Japanese. I was also interested in other Asian languages and thought that I wanted to get a job that gives me an opportunity to associate with Asian people. I started teaching Japanese as a volunteer at a hall near my work place and since then, I have become very fond of it.

The challenges of being a Japanese teacher

It is very challenging to get involved in people’s learning process. Most of the exchange students range from teenagers to people in their twenties so as well as getting better at Japanese they are spending their youth in Japan which has a big effect on their character formation. It is a very precious experience to share these moments with them. Japanese teachers can also learn so much from them.

Dreams for the future

It is more like what kind of a teacher do I want to become in the future rather than in my dreams. I was too caught up in the thought of how I can teach them. Basically, my teaching style was more teacher-based which first gains knowledge and then passes this knowledge onto the students. I tried to make my lessons exciting and interesting but I was still the only performer in the class. Now I am more interested in being active and getting the students more involved in lessons by being a mediator of knowledge, rather than me just teaching in front of the class.

A message for future Japanese teachers

Every teacher has their own teaching style and I think it’s good that each teaching style is unique. However, the good teachers that I have met in my life were all inquisitive, sociable, caring and willing to learn. Being a Japanese teacher is still not a 100% stable job but if you decide to become one, you have to have a professional awareness and always be conscious about human communication.