Masaki Tamashiro

Okinawan. Vice Principal of Japanese language school in Buenos Aires

Becoming a Japanese teacher in Argentina (Japanese) Hopes for his students (Japanese) The interest toward Japan held by Argentine youth (Japanese) As a Japanese instructor (Japanese) Thinking about his parents in Japan (Japanese) His future in Argentina (Japanese) On his grandfather (Japanese) A personality fit for Argentina (Japanese)

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Masaki Tamashio was born in Okinawa. In the summer of his 3rd year in college, he took his first vacation abroad in Argentina, where a relative lived. He returned for a visit upon graduation, and stumbled upon a job as a Japanese teacher by chance. Currently he works as the Vice-principal of the Japanese class at Centro Nikkei Argentino. (2006)


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