Thank you for your interest in The English Bakery!

Lessons are offered at select days and times. Students who can take weekly lessons are given priority, but other arrangements can be made. We hold lessons at our house when possible, but a short travel may be possible. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Lesson style: Kid’s lessons are in a natural, English environment, the teacher uses songs, fun activities and textbook/workbook set.  We use Oxford’s Let’s Go! series.

(Other texts are available upon request.)


Adult lessons are typically conversational style with the aid of a textbook/workbook set and various other resources, eg. music, worksheets, etc. provided by the teacher. We use Oxford’s Passport series and American Headway series, (other texts, including for TOEIC or EIKEN, are available upon request.)


Lesson lengthKid’s lessons are 45 minutes

                               Adult’s lessons are 50 minutes

 Lesson Price:  Private – ¥2000 (with Kahoru)  ¥3000 (with Andrew)

                        Group (when available) – ¥1000 (with Kahoru)  ¥2000 (with Andrew)

*No lessons are available Sundays or  Tuesdays.

Please feel free to conact us at:    or call: 075-756-2529

Thank you!


This blog is posted every Thursday by the English Bakery for our students.  We hope you enjoy it and can use it to study English in a different way.  Read it anytime, or just look at the pictures. 🙂  *Please feel free to comment and ask us questions about this blog.*

Thanks for visiting! -Andy and Kaho


One Response to “About”

  1. yuuko, I saw you yesterday said

    my favorite doughnuts is soy milk doughnuts, we can buy them in the small tofu shop in Nishiki market which is the most famouse market in Kyoto.
    Have you ever eaten them?

    I enjoyed your bloge.

    do you have a lesson at night for high school students? if you have been looking for new students.

    sometimes my studnets who graduated ECC asked me about English conversation class. They want to continue studying English. but they don’t want to go ‘Juku’. your house is far from our place.
    but high school students can go by motor bike or train if they want to study from you.

    thank you!

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