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Hello everyone, My name is Takuro Watanabe. I think it's a little bit hard to pronounce with my name in your mouth, so please call me "Tak" . I was born in Chiba, Japan. And exactly I'm Japanese. I'm 25 years old now.
I graduated 4 years university in Japan, and I got a management bachelor's degree there. After that, I was not able to get any occupations related to my major. I worked in restaurant as a waiter.
But I've had a dream. It is to work oversea by my English skills. I kept money for my dream. Finally, I came to the U. S. to learn English.
I've been in the U. S. since January, 2015. I'm really enjoying this life in here.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
My friend who lives in Mexico recommended Couchsurfing for me. I was really impressed by this system when I heard about this. I mean I really like to talk with people. There are a large number of wonderful cultures in the world. I really want to know these. And I want to try to understand. I can do it.
Actually, I'm studying in the U. S. now. This means I don't have any my house in here. But when I will go back to Japan, I want to accept a lot of people who visit to Japan from oversea. It will be my pleasure.
Almost Sports(Watching&Playing), Study Languages, Take photographs, Talking, Reading, Running, Outdoors, Cycling(I have road bikes), Business, Arts and more.
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
Haruki Murakami who is one of Japanese great novelist. I like all of books that he wrote. Especially I recommend "Norwegian Wood" from his works.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Mmm, Not in particular.
Just now, I have been spending excited life in the U.S.
This is it.
Teach, Learn, Share
I still can't speak English well. It just means lack of my study.
But I'm going to teach Japanese for you, if you want it.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Talking a lot(if you want)
and something that you want
Countries I’ve Visited
China, South Korea, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Japan, United States