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I came to Japan from Russia with my family in 1996, after graduating from FarEast Medical University. I opened Aloha Kids in 2006, after years of working in different childcare environments and studying Japanese.

I am very passionate about my work, love children, and always happy to see their progress. 

As I was a competitive rhythmic gymnast during my youth, I continue this interest by organizing gymnastics classes in school, helping children to develop their gross motor skills. 

I love living in Japan and I am very happy to raise my two  multi lingual sons in this environment.


Nice to meet you! My name is Kyla.

I'm from Canada.

I am very happy to work with Aloha.

I have been teaching English to children in private schools and public nursery schools in Japan for over 8 years.

I have been studying Japanese, so I'm still learning, but I'm looking forward to communicating with Aloha parents.

In 2021, I completed the parenting supporter training course.

I want my children to learn English together in a safe and fun environment. Thank you for your continued support.


I'm Japanese but I grew up in the Philippines. I worked as an assistant teacher before in a private school back in the Philippines where I take care and assist both regular students and students with special needs. I came here in Japan for a 2018, and worked as an assistant English teacher in Hiroo, Tokyo.  Kids should always have a fun and safe environment where they can learn English and learn how to be independent as well. As an assistant teacher, I make sure your kids are safe while learning and having fun!


​I came to Japan in 2007 after graduating from a Russian university. I am fluent in both English and Japanese. I have raised my two  daughters to be multilingual ,and am so happy to work in an environment that encourages kids to learn English in an exciting and engaging way.


I worked at a Japanese kindergarten for 12 years, then worked as a part-time nursery teacher for 3 years.

​ As a Japanese staff, I will work to support the parents.

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