• 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)
  • ไทย (Intermediate)

I have been living in Thailand for 17 years now, working as a translator and running a Thai website on Japanese culture and lifestyle with the support of my Thai students learning Japanese.

The students made me become a host on Voyagin. I want to give them as many opportunities to practice Japanese and English as possible.

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4 Reviews for Noboru

  • Marie Marie

    Touring Bangkok with college students learning Japanese

    Touring Bangkok with college students learning Japanese I think this program is very good.
    I enjoyed eating Thailand dishes ,visiting university and talking about several things!!
    I recomend you this program:))
    Thank you !!

  • Toshiaki Toshiaki

    Pickup Conversational Thai

    Pickup Conversational Thai Quite fascinating. We can find out lots of opinions from a Thai university student in person. Not only Thai language, but Thai customs, culture, political opnions, and etc etc.

    You must realize how young Thai generation get interested in other countries in Asia. Then you will get intersted more in Thai. I finally reached at a feeling such like that I would be talking with my daughter though.

    You will acknowledge "ไม่เป็นไร" thoughts via this optional tour.

    Hey buddies in Asia, Why don't you try listening to fresh voices from them in stead of making love to women in Thai with little communication? I hope we may find the future in Asia for next generation.

  • Chihiro Chihiro


    バンコク観光:日本語科のタイ人学生とタイの街へ! タイの大学生ってどんなキャンパスライフをおくっているんだろ??



    今回のツアーで私達を担当してくださったのは、ショートカットがチャーミングなチュラロンコン大学Political science学部1年のPunpunさん。



    First of all, my friend and I were wondering while planning our travel how Thai’s university students spend their campus life.
    This tour was an ideal one for us.
    Punpun who came with us was Chulalongkorn University students majoring in political science. She was lovely and charming.

    She picked us up at hotel where we stayed.
    Firstly we headed to Chulalongkorn University.
    The campus was so huge that we couldn’t see everything. And also it was full of nature.
    After visiting the university, we visited some shopping malls where a lot of university students went after school.

    We enjoyed talking a lot about our country, our campus life etc.
    It was unforgettable moment.

    Thank you.

    Chihiro (College student, 21 years old)

  • Kei Kei


    バンコク観光:日本語科のタイ人学生とタイの街へ! 非常に丁寧に対応して頂きました。