Fukushima Guide Interpreter Search Site

Search conditions

Search Result 79 Entries

林 晋作

  • English
  • Japanese

Hi, I'm Shinsaku Hayashi. I have worked for an airline company and have been teaching English at a language school for students. These experiences gave me much knowledge about Japanese history, regional information and culture. I am really eager to meet the demand of those who can count on me. I will be happy to help you.

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides

佐野 安須佐

  • English
  • Japanese

I have the following certificates : Tour conductor, Oze Nature Guide, Travel service Supervisor. Minami Aizu region has many sightseeing spots with rich nature.“Oouchijuku”was a post-station during the time of the Samurai.Oze National Park with plenty of alpine plants is a perfect for hiking. I look forward to showing you around!

  • Regional Interpreter Guides
  • Aizu Area

藍原 寛子

  • English
  • Japanese

A journalist worked for local newspaper for 20 years, and licensed research administrative secretary in Charge of Policy for the diet member. Specialized Professional research about Great East Japan Earthquakes/ Disaster, social issues (history, ecology, local economics, medicine, local culture, local government/ governance, administrative issue, population decline, and human rights) as a Fukushima native. Fulbrighter (2005 U of Miami) and Master of Public Policy and Regional Administration. An experienced research fixer for Universities, Medias, and others.

  • Regional Interpreter Guides
¥5000Hourly rate

原 眞理子

  • English
  • Japanese

Hello there! I’m Mariko. I’m a licensed Tour Guide. I was born in Fukushima and that’s where I live now, but I also lived in Tokyo for more than 30 years. Before that, I lived in Germany for three years. I have worked for an American company, a French company and a Japanese company and I have made a lot of business and personal trips to the US, Europe and Asia. Now I teach English to Japanese people and Japanese to foreigners, as well as being a tour guide. So, I think I’m quite international at this point. My hobbies are mountain climbing, walking through the streets of the cities and towns, and Aikido, which is one of the martial arts. I also like eating local foods and drinking sake and meeting people.  What would you like to do during your trip to Japan? By understanding what you’d like to do and see, I will be able to plan the best trip for you anyplace in Fukushima, Tohoku, Tokyo and many other areas. I’d like to help you discover the charm of Japan! See you soon!

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides

住田 隆

  • English
  • Japanese

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides
¥3000Hourly rate

江崎 豪

  • English
  • Japanese

Hello. My name is Go Ezaki. I live in Iwaki city, Fukushima. I used to stay in Auckland for a year and half. I will show you great sights of Japan centering on northern Kanto and southern Tohoku areas with love and sincerity. I can deal with your plan such as one day trip from Tokyo. My hobbies are gardening and listening Jazz music. I am a big fan of Hirotaka Izumi, a proficient pianist.

  • Food Culture
  • Japanese Culture
  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides
  • Aizu Area
  • Central Area
  • Coastal Area
  • All areas of Fukushima Prefecture

黒井 弘子 (くろい ひろこ)

  • English
  • Japanese

With the experience of taking care of foreign students from all over the world in the university, I'd love to introduce many aspects of Japan, including subculture, places for animal lovers and incredibly beautiful scenery in Fukushima and Tohoku (northeastern part of Japan). I am sure you can enjoy not only mainstream sightseeing spots, but also unique places in Tohoku where old traditions are cherished amidst cutting-edge technologies.

  • Agriculture
  • Reconstruction-related
  • Regional Interpreter Guides
  • Aizu Area
  • Central Area
  • Coastal Area
  • All areas of Fukushima Prefecture

Michiyo Kainuma貝沼 実千代

  • Japanese
  • English

I was born and bred in
Fukushima. I have more than 8 years of experience as an interpreter and guide.
Fukushima boasts its beautiful nature, wonderful history, culture, and warm-hearted people. I would like to introduce all of this to every visitor from abroad while letting them enjoy their trip.
I also want to convey Fukushima’s current situation after the Great East Japan Earthquake. We are going forward into our bright future.

  • Nationwide Interpreter Guides
  • Coastal Area
  • Central Area
  • Aizu Area
  • All areas of Fukushima Prefecture

鷲谷 恭子

  • English
  • Japanese

Tokyo can be easily reached in just 77minutes by a bullet train from Koriyama, so you are free to go anywhere while enjoying your stay in Fukushima Prefecture. I do my best to meet your demands for free selection.

  • Regional Interpreter Guides