No. 1 number of foreign teachers! Easy to use on your smartphone! Find the perfect teacher for you and have language lessons at the cafe nearest you!
-Beginner English speakers who want full support from skilled teachers
-Those who are busy on the weekdays, who want to take lessons on weekends and holidays
-Those who can’t attend language schools due to the high prices
-Those who want to plan their own study plan and take lessons accordingly
-Those who want to learn minor languages besides English
-Those who want to keep up their language conversation skills
-Those who want to take lessons from experienced, high-skilled teachers
-Those who can’t find a good language teacher on Tinder
-Those who want to make foreigner friends!
-You can take English lessons starting from 500 yen
Similar services require you to pay monthly fees or referral fees, for teaching resources, registration fees, etc., but with Flamingo you don’t need to pay any of those additional fees. All you pay for are your lesson fees.
-Take lessons on weekend nights, even on holidays!
Usually, it is difficult to take late night classes or on holidays at language schools. However, on Flamingo as long as your schedule matches the teachers, you can take lessons at any given time! You can adjust the schedule with the teacher through the free in-app chat.
-A variety of languages offered, not just English
English, Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean, Japanese, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Vietnamese, Hindi, Turkish, Thai, Indonesian, Polish, and More! We aim to be a service that provides the most variety of one-on-one language lessons in Japan and are continually recruiting more teachers!
For more information, feel free to visit our homepage: https://app-flamingo.com/
■■■ Languages Offered■■■
English, Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean, Japanese, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Vietnamese, Hindi, Turkish, Thai, Indonesian, Polish, Dutch, Arabian
■■■ Appearances in Publication■■■
ABC Asahi Broadcasting / TV Osaka / Nihon Keizai Shimbun / Asahi Newspaper / Mainichi Newspaper / Kyoto Shimbun / ASCII / TechCrunch Japan / THE BRIDGE / Biwako Otsu Newspaper / Ritsumeikan University Website