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Masayo Sasaki was brought up in a Kimono seller family. It was essential for her to learn all sorts of Japanese studies and ceremonies.                   

From the age of five, she began tutor lessons for ceremonies include English.

Masayo and her late husband Alexander Long moved to the UK in 1999 following running an English School in Hiroshima, Japan as the first Oxford exam centre and Cambridge KET・PET・FCE exam centre for 10 years.


In the UK, Masayo taught Japanese GSE, AS and A level in Hereford Cathedral School for 10 years, she was also appointed to become the principal of OCR Asset Language Examination.

In 2013, Masayo moved to Honda Swindon as simultanious translator. Masayo also taught Englsh and Japanese languages for Honda workers.

In 2018, Masayo retired to start Hana House.


Masayo has been successful with bilingual skill and long experience.

Active as a specialist interpreter for the courts, the police, health care and the military.

Recently, Masayo has become an expert for business consultation.

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