I am a certified Japanese language teacher (I passed Japanese language teaching test), so you can have professional lessons.
My favorite topics to chat about are J-POP/Rock. I even hang out with super famous musicians so we can talk about Japanese music if you like.
And we can focus on your personal goal from beginners to fluent speakers.I am new on verbling but have taught Japanese on other place and got a review as 'the best lesson I've ever had' from my student.
For beginners I use teaching materials and focus on the Genki textbook.But I can customize the lesson without it.
For JLPT I use a JLPT textbook. I published a book about how to get high scores on exams using only short term study and it's best seller on Amazon so I certainly know plenty of tips. Let's study efficiently together!
The recent study of learning languages (even JLPT test policy) focuses on 'Can-do' (what you can do), not focus on 'Know it'(what you know).So in my lesson, I also focus on what you can do in Japanese.
In addition, I know many Japanese learners have headaches for particles like the difference between 'が’ and 'は', 'に’and 'で’, 自動詞（はいる）and 他動詞（いれる）. As a professional teacher, I am willing to explain and practice with you.
*The style chart of my lesson is like below.
--->Yes-->Start with the easiest letter.We can order foods in the end of the lesson. (talk about a text book for next lessons)
---->Yes,but personal purpose&goal--->Let's target to it!
Not a complete beginner:
-->For travel to JP-->Role play for variety of travel situations
-->JLPT -->N1/N2/N3-->Practicing the exam & discussion based on each level
-->JLPT -->N4/N5-->Practicing the exam & conversation based on each level
-->Can do daily conversations-->Choose a topic from a list and conversation
-->Still learning daily conversations-->Genki textbook and actual conversation based on it(I recommend the textbook but tell me if it's difficult. I can customize the lesson.
In my class, Skype on PC is recommended in order to share my screen.
*Trial lesson is for people who are interested in my regular lessons.