ABOUT

Christian House English

History

Christian House English was established at a missionary residence in Higashikurume-city, Tokyo

English classes for kindergarten, elementary school students and adult start

Japanese class for long-tern missionaries starts

Hand sign class for babies and moms starts

Summer Bible Camp / Christmas event

2015

With a help of missionaries Easter / Summer Bible Camp / Christmas event were held

Intensive Japanese lesson for short-term missionaries starts

1st English speech contest was held for class students

2016

Easter / Summer Bible Camp / Christmas event

Intensive Japanese lesson for short-term missionaries

2nd English speech contest for class students

2017

Easter / Summer Bible Camp / Christmas event

Moved the classroom to Hibari Terrace in Nishi-Tokyo city, Tokyo

3rd English speech contest for class students

2018

Phonics class for kindergarten students starts

4th English speech contest for class students

Christmas Event was held at Hibari community center

2019

Online English Class starts

2020

Online Eiken / TOEIC course starts

5th English speech contest for the public was held at Seibi-kaikan in Higashikurume city, Tokyo

2021

In person Eiken Class

6th English speech contest

In person TOEIC Intensive Class

Resume in-person lesson at Hibari Terrace118

2022

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Hibari Terrace 118

3-4-47 Hibarigaoka, Nishi-Tokyo-shi,

Tokyo 202-0001

Business hours: 10:00-21:00 

Closed on Tuesdays

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Profile

Toshie Ueda

Mom of a teenager

Head and teacher of Christian House English

Certified nationwide interpreter guide

I love languages. I teach English to children and adults.

I also teach English at a high school and a college. My word for student is “Don’t give up.” I want to see my student speak English with confidence. For this purpose, I organize “English speech contest”.

I teach Japanese language to missionaries from other countries. My experience as an interpreter guide has given me the ability to explain Japanese business practices that may be confusing to foreign students, and to help them understand Japanese.

 

I provide practical & fun lesson to student with humor acquired as an interpreter guide. I believe that language sinks into students in a fun atmosphere.

Education

Short-term study abroad at Astoria High School in Oregon, USA

Graduated from Dokkyo University, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Department of English, Major in Applied Linguistics

 

Previous career

Worked as a secretary for companies such as Philips and Motorola.

Worked as an interpreter guide since 2000