Japanese with Noguchi Sensei


Japanese Lessons for Business Professionals 

Noguchi Sensei was born in Hokkaido, Japan, but lived in Nagoya for many years.
She loves to travel. She travels Japan on business every year.  She visited Turkey and UAE in 2017.

The places she plans to visit next are Montana National Park to do Yoga, and Dutch to see her former student.


- Oklahoma City University (Master of Education)
- The International Japanese Culture Education Federation (Certificate of the 420hr Advanced Skills of Teaching Japanese)
- Nagoya YCA Language School (Completed one-year Teaching Japanese course)
- Aichi Kenritsu University (Bachelor of Arts), Japan

Experiences in the U.S.A.
- JAPAN 39, Founder (2011 - present) 

      Holding private lessons to business professional and company executives 

      Holding a custom-designed Japanese course to a variety of companies 

             SJH Co. Ltd., Arlington Heights, TOSHIBA  Medical Research USA, Yamashin USA, Arda Wigs, Chicago

      Making a customised itinerary in Japan as Travel Consultant 

      Bridging small American companies to Japanese companies as Business Consultant (Arda, Raw Thrills, Karim)

      A judge of the JET program

      A proctor of the JLPT

- Loyola University, Adjunct Professor (2017 - present)

- Florida International University, Adjunct Professor (2009-2011)
- Rosetta Stone, Japanese Coach
- College Board AP Japanese, Reader
- Private Tutoring Services, Japanese Tutor
- NPO Japan Connections, Founder
- Broward County Public High School, Japanese Teacher
- ABC Language School, Japanese Instructor


Illinois Association of Teachers of Japanese (IATJ)

American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ)

Experiences in Japan
- Genki Japanese and Culture School, Japanese Teacher
- Hakodate Future University, Instructor and Learning Advisor
- Noguchi Academy, Owner and Head Teacher
- Cherry International Corp., Owner


The reason behind the name of "Japanese 39" is a play on words in Japanese.

The numbers 3 (SAN) and 9 (KYUU) are the phonetic way of pronouncing the English pharase "Thank You" in the Japanese writing system.