Lady Waitrose

 Born and raised in central Tokyo, Lady Waitrose mastered most of the Japanese traditional "-do" activities: Japanese calligraphy (shodo); archery (kyudo); Japanese flower arrangement (kado), and tea ceremony (sado).

At the age of 18, she had to make a difficult choice between pursuing her calligraphy endowment with no guaranteed future prospects, or studying Law for a foreseeable business success.

 

She took the realistic path, and started her professional career rather too early. 

 

At the age of 20, her career journey already started as a national certified translator and tour guide. She also gained the CELTA certificate at the end of her 9 months of undergraduate Law and Politics study in London, and started working as a high school English teacher while finishing her BA in Law and Joint Honour in Area Studies on British Culture back in Japan. As a new graduate, she worked to learn luxury business as an Associate at LVMH for about a year, made a swift move to a boutique international law firm, but her craving for other areas of skills grew stronger as she remarked her 5th year of staying solid in the legal industry. 

 

The safe but boring roundabout drive in the legal industry finally found an exit to direct her to stand up and run her own enterprise, Bayswater Academy, when she was 28; the gear change for the right track where she can best drive and glow.

 

Bayswater Academy offers a wide range of consultancy services to Japanese and European clients. This has been the core, profitable business of Bayswater Academy, and there are growing number of least-profitable projects which best serve her prolonged desire for the dream jobs she had in mind from her childhood. 

 

While in Japan, she focuses on English teaching and workshop to help encouraging shy learners. Lady Waitrose is also renowned online for introducing her unique house organising/tidying tips which maximise the limited storage space in the Japanese houses without saying goodbyes to most items. Her eco and easy cooking recipes also drew the attention of Japanese housewives.

 

While in Europe, Lady Waitrose is happy and excited with delivering Japanese cultural and culinary experience. These projects are more for cultural exchange and getting to know people in the world!

 

You are very welcome to join the seasonal cultural events organised by

"Lady Waitrose in the House"

through EventBrite booking!

 Born and raised in central Tokyo, Lady Waitrose mastered most of the Japanese traditional "-do" activities: Japanese calligraphy (shodo); archery (kyudo); Japanese flower arrangement (kado), and tea ceremony (sado).

At the age of 18, she had to make a difficult choice between pursuing her calligraphy endowment with no guaranteed future prospects, or studying Law for a foreseeable business success.

 

She took the realistic path, and started her professional career rather too early. 

 

At the age of 20, her career journey already started as a national certified translator and tour guide. She also gained the CELTA certificate at the end of her 9 months of undergraduate Law and Politics study in London, and started working as a high school English teacher while finishing her BA in Law and Joint Honour in Area Studies on British Culture back in Japan. As a new graduate, she worked to learn luxury business as an Associate at LVMH for about a year, made a swift move to a boutique international law firm, but her craving for other areas of skills grew stronger as she remarked her 5th year of staying solid in the legal industry. 

 

The safe but boring roundabout drive in the legal industry finally found an exit to direct her to stand up and run her own enterprise, Bayswater Academy, when she was 28; the gear change for the right track where she can best drive and glow.

 

Bayswater Academy offers a wide range of consultancy services to Japanese and European clients. This has been the core, profitable business of Bayswater Academy, and there are growing number of least-profitable projects which best serve her prolonged desire for the dream jobs she had in mind from her childhood. 

 

While in Japan, she focuses on English teaching and workshop to help encouraging shy learners. Lady Waitrose is also renowned online for introducing her unique house organising/tidying tips which maximise the limited storage space in the Japanese houses without saying goodbyes to most items. Her eco and easy cooking recipes also drew the attention of Japanese housewives.

 

While in Europe, Lady Waitrose is happy and excited with delivering Japanese cultural and culinary experience. These projects are more for cultural exchange and getting to know people in the world!

 

You are very welcome to join the seasonal cultural events organised by

"Lady Waitrose in the House"

through EventBrite booking!

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