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Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (Spanish)

This is my fourth year in Todai, and I am majoring in Internatinal Relations. I was studying at Swarthmore College in the US last year, so I feel your excitement and concerns! Please feel free to ask if you have any problems with Japanese or would like to know about life in Japan!

Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (Spanish)

I am a fourth year at Todai, majoring in International Relations. I lived in New York from the age of 5 to 9, and I studied at the University of California, Berkeley for three weeks during the summer of 2013. I also studied at Princeton University as an exchange student for a year. If you need any help with your Japanese studies, please let me know! I love cats, books and movies. 

Department of Comparative Literature and Culture (Contemporary Thought and Philosophy), College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English

I used to live in America for 5 years. I can teach philosophy, environment, and the social activities of Japanese university students. My hobby is Zen, karaoke, swimming. Please be free to ask me anything, and I hope the days in this university would be such a wonderful one!!
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: English, Japanese
 
Hello, I’m a sophomore of UT, an art student. For the 3rd and 4th year, I’m thinking of majoring in international relations or law. I’ve never lived in foreign countries, but last summer I stayed in Korea and the U.S. for about 3 weeks, interacting with local students. And because I have always lived in Japan, I love Japanese culture and I think I can be some help for you!!
Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, Korean, Chinese
 
Hi, my name is Hannah! I have come to Japan when I was a high school student, from Korea. My three big hobbies are studying political philosophy, reading recipes and playing violin. I am sure we have many things in common since I am living in Japan as a foreigner (I used to live in the Mitaka dorm as well), and have studied in the US as an exchange student. Still, I am regarded as a “Japanese” Todaisei from everybody, and you will find out why as soon as you meet me in person! 
Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (Italian)

My major is anthropology, and I am familiar with anthropology, political science, international relations, peace building, and public policy. I worked as a volunteer for the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Nepal for one month. I used to be a member of the Shorinji Kempo (Japanese martial art) club, and I like exercise, so let’s enjoy sports together!
Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (Spanish)

Hi, I'm Kana and I've just started working as a GO Tutor this spring! I decided to apply for this job because I really would love to make friends with and help PEAK students enjoy their time in UT :) I live in Tokyo all my life, so if you want to know anything about the city please just ask me :) I'm looking forward to seeing you in the office!
Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science
Languages spoken: English, Chinese, Japanese, Cantonese, Russian (Beginner)
 
I'm from Singapore and I'm currently studying Sociology at the College of Arts and Sciences (Senior Division). Although I'm not a native Japanese speaker, I can help you out with basic Japanese. Also, as a foreign student who has lived in Japan for 3 years, I would be happy to share some advice with you about daily life in Japan!
Department of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, Chinese (Mandarin, intermediate)
 
I am a year 4 student, majoring cultural anthropology/folklore. Last year I spent one year on studying at the University of Auckland in New Zealand as an AIKOM exchange student. I belong to ethnic music club and play a Bolivian stringed instrument called charango. I went to China from last January to March to learn Mandarin, so I have a capacity of speaking Mandarin. I also began learning Cantonese this semester. I like to play sports, talk with other people, and laugh. I hope to have a good friend and talk a lot and exchange views through GO tutoring.
Department of International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish (Intermediate), French

I’m a Singaporean student studying politics and sociology at the College of Arts and Sciences. I’m not a native Japanese speaker but I’ll be able to help in more basic Japanese. Alternatively, feel free to ask me anything about your daily lives; as an international student who’s lived in the Mitaka dorm, I can give you advice on daily issues.
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Multi-disciplinary Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English

I studied physics for four years and now my interest is changing to theArtificial life. I love traveling and talking with people who have different backgrounds. I’m into biking recently and I’m going to try a triathlon race this summer. I’m also new comer to this university so I'd be happy to make friends here. Please come to Go lounge and enjoy chatting with us. I am looking forward to seeing you thorough this tutoring program.
Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (Chinese)

I'm a fouth year student at Todai, and majoring in International Politics. I grew up in China, and I studied at the University of Washinton for a year. I like mountain climbing and rubik's cubing. 
Department of Integrated Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, (French)
 
I’m a junior in the science course at Komaba, mainly studying quantum mechanics, so if you have any problems with physics, math, or Japanese, I am here to help you. I moved to Paris when I was 5 years old and lived there until I turned 8. I also studied acting and biology at the University of California, Davis for 6 weeks during the summer of 2014. I like playing the guitar and baking cakes. Please feel free to come and have a chat with me at the GO lounge. I’d love to hear a lot about your life at UT!

International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Year 4
Languages spoken: Japanese, English
 
Hi!! I'm Takuro, from the International Relations course in Komaba. I am now a 4th year student studying International Relations and developent in Southeast Asia. I went to Singapore for a one year exchange and just returned last semester. I like watching movies, reading books, eating (especially sweet foods), running and traveling!! I'm really looking forward to seeing you!!! 

Midori Kamata
Languages spoken: Japanese, English
 
I’m Midori! I’m a 4th year student in the International Relations course at Komaba Campus. I’m from Yamanashi prefecture and it’s 4 years since I came to Tokyo. Last year, I studied at the University of Toronto in Canada for one year as an exchange student. I like watching movies, reading books, and talking with my friends. I’m so excited to work as a GO tutor, so please come and talk to me!
 
Julia SAKAI
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, Chinese

Hi, I'm Julia. I was born in Beijing and was brought up in Osaka. I love to chat and do something new. Please feel free to talk to me! I'm looking forward to seeing you. Also, I'm in a debating circle and a acoustic guitar circle, because I like talking and singing. I really want to go to Karaoke with you guys. So let's have fun
 
Midori Kamata
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, French

Hello everyone. This is my 2nd year in Tokyo Univ. and I'm interested in science, especially physics and environmental science. I went to La Rochelle, France for two months when I was high school student, so I can speak English, French and Japanese. Please feel free to ask me if you have problems in your daily life, Japanese and other academic subjects.
Besides, my best hobby is back-country skiing, mountain climbing and travelling. If you like those kind of things, please come to me! I am looking forward to seeing you.
Valeriya Evseenko  
Languages spoken: Japanese, English, Russian, Korean, Spanish and Arabic
 
I'm a second year student (Bachelor's) at the University of Tokyo, majoring in Linguistics. Born and raised in Russia. Love traveling, foreign languages, music, yoga, cycling, hiking. I am also very passionate about solving environmental problems. I speak English, Japanese and Russian fluently and am currently studying Korean, Spanish and Arabic.
Yasunori TOSHIMITSU
Languages spoken: Japanese, English (and French)
 
Hi! I am looking forward to meeting all of you and assisting you with various aspects of your life at UTokyo. As I am a science student, I can help you with math and science subjects as well. I am currently thinking about going to the robotics department from the 3rd year. I’ve lived in NY for three years during elementary school where I picked up my English, and am learning a little bit of French as well. Feel free to come visit us at the GO Lounge!
Akihiro IIDA
Languages spoken: Japanese, English

Hi, I'm Aki. I'm now a sophomore,and planning to major in engineering in my 3rd and 4th year. I lived in United States for 7 years when I was in elementary school. I like to watch movies, watch any kinds of sports, and to traveling. I also love to chat and have fun with everyone so please feel free to talk to me anytime!!
Department of Social and International Relations, College of Arts and Sciences
Language spoken: Japanese, English, (Chinese), (Indonesian)
 
Though I am from Japan, I have spent my childhood in Taiwan and Singapore, for about 11years. That's why I am always confused when people ask me my hometown. My academic interest is in international relations, East Asian Studies and Journalism. At the same time I am curious about teaching Japanese and its culture, so please feel free to ask me to practice your Japanese! I am looking forward to seeing you at the Globalization Office!
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