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Address1-3-29 Roppongi
Tokyo 106-0032
Phonelocal: (03) 3583.8531
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Tue, 31 Jul 2018 21:12 EDT
Visa Application
Good day
I am a resident of Japan and A Filipino citizen. I will be planning to tour to Spain this September 2018. Kindly help me on how to start applying for a spanish visa. Spain is one of my side trip tour from Canada and US to Morocco.

Thank you.
Thu, 1 Mar 2018 08:46 EST
Sun, 5 Nov 2017 21:57 EST
Learn Spanish online (group discount)
I am a certified Spanish teacher from Spain. If you want to learn or consolidate your Spanish I am the right person for you.We can do a free trial lesson if you want.
I look froward to hearing from you soon.
Hasta pronto,
Tue, 17 May 2016 07:56 EDT
My name is Mel, i am indonesian and about to go to spain on july. i kinda need help whether i should send my application form or i should go to spain embassy in tokyo on my own? thanks!
melinda flores suzuki
Tue, 5 May 2015 22:01 EDT
question to apply spanish national
how can i get spanish national?
M. Edo
Mon, 4 May 2015 08:42 EDT
Spanish ELE and English EFL teacher
I am a double graduate in Economics and Humanities with a MA in Bilingual Translation English< >Spanish. I recently obtained a CELTA at International House and I am looking for opportunities to continue my development as a language teacher.

I have just completed a long project which has allowed me to explore and fulfill an inner need to experience other cultures. While volunteering in Nepal as English teacher I decided to enroll on a CELTA course to improve my technique and acquire more training. I am now seeking more teaching experience and career development, and I feel that working in Japan can offer me both.

Concerning my language ability, I am trilingual in Spanish, Catalan and English. I did my MA in English at the University of Westminster (UK). I can teach English and Spanish and I speak French as well (DELF and DALF).

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further details.

Hori Take-tune.
Mon, 10 Nov 2014 19:55 EST
Ikinokori no teian.
Bon jour.

Pardon en Francais,avec Nihongo.
Je suis un scientist,non-employe,ai obtenu quelques
resultats de math,et trouve quelques technologies des
(Shou-eene engines) qui sont necessaires pour votre f
uture,mais leur recordes sont seulment en ma memoire,
(ikinokori no chance wa,shousei ga buji de,katsu,son
oki ga aru,toubun no aida ni nomi,atte sourou).

Nao,korera no gijyutsu no kikai wa,jitsuyouteki bukken de,katsu,nenryou nado fuyou no mono nite sourou.

Gifusi,Nagarafukumitsu,Sinmaruko apart,Hori.

Au revoir.
Raúl Barrera
Sat, 8 Nov 2014 20:17 EST
My name is Raúl. I am a DELE CERTIFIED Spanish teacher and have been teaching Spanish (DELE A1-A2, B1-B2, C1-C2 and IB Spanish) for more than 10 years. During all these years I have taught Spanish to students from USA, Japan, China, Indonesia, Australia, UK, Italy, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, India, Czech Republic and Indonesia.

I enjoy teaching Spanish and love to see how my students are able to achieve their goals and become fluent in Spanish.
If you wish to take the DELE or IB Spanish exams, I am the right person for you.
I have been helping many students to prepare for their exams specially at Advanced levels (DELE C1-C2 and IB Spanish HL) as well as professionals who wanted to improve their Spanish business skills with satisfactory results.

You are welcome to try my free trial lesson.

I only teach Spanish via Skype.


Tue, 1 Apr 2014 18:01 EDT
Hello sir

         I'm Subaj Upreti I'm Nepalese. I have been  staying at Japan since two year I'm college student.  Sir I got to  free chance to go Spain to watch football match and free plane ticket through the Qatar Airways.  I won the fc Barcelona subscribe & win contest.  They are giving chance to me. However,i have to go at 16/5/2014.Game will sun 18/5/2014.I have need visa please consult me what should I need to do.  I need visa for maximum 6days. Please hope you sir response me what should I require for visa apply?
Thank you 
Subaj Upreti 
Carlos Gálvez
Mon, 2 Sep 2013 18:16 EDT
Spanish/English Teacher
Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a qualified Spanish/English language teacher interested in applying for a teaching position in Japan.
I have student teaching experience (Bachelor of Education – Specialization in Teaching English/Spanish as a Foreign Language) in Primary stages (in both public and private subsidized schools) as well as teaching adult people.
I also hold a diploma/certificate to teach Spanish as a foreign language (all levels) and I am currently attending my third year of Japanese language (holding a valid certification - grade 2)
At the present time I am teaching at a public school in Madrid (Spain), however it is my intention to find a teaching position in Asia, therefore I would be willing to relocate to Japan, a place and a culture I already know.

If you need further data/information do not hesitate to contact me.


Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Carlos Gálvez González

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