Human Academy Vocational School/Human Academy Japanese Language School exchange students with Granada university in Spain. October 2012, Ramos Cuevas Pablo Javier-san came to our vocational school in Japan! He started learning MANGA and now interested in Shrines and Temples! We interviewed him!
Q: When did you begin to be interested in Japan?
Pablo-san: I got really interested in a cartoon that I saw on TV and started to be interested in Japan. I was into Japan and learned a lot of things Japan. Then, I got interested in Shrines, Temples, and Buddhism.
Q: When did you start learning Japanese?
Pablo-san: I got this passion to be able to speak Japanese and I was lucky to find a Japanese tutor in Spain. I took Japanese translation class to learn more Japanese.
Q: What do you think of Human Academy Japanese Language School classes?
Pablo-san: I felt it was difficult at the beginning but as I attended classes and studied at home, I started to understand classes more easily. Teachers in Cultural classes taught us carefully about Japanese art, Temples, Kyoto, and so on. The classes are great.
Q: What is Granada like?
Pablo-san: It is smaller than Osaka and people are very kind like Osaka. People in Osaka are very lively but easygoing. They watch soccer games with drinking beer on weekends.
Q: Please give some words to people who are thinking to start learning Japanese.
Pablo-san: It is said that Japanese language is difficult to learn. It is not easy but if you want to understand this attractive country and experience the culture, understanding the language is a must. Leaning the language is the best way to understand the country and people. Furthermore, MANGA and animation are great in this country!! Let's enjoy Japanese language!!
Pablo-san speaks not only Japanese but English, German, and Spanish. He wants to build up better relationship with Japanese people and that is why he is studying Japanese!! GAMBATTE!!