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I am Fumitaro Ishizawa, trumpet instructor!

After graduating from Rikkyo University, Ishizawa completed the diploma course of Kunitachi College of Music, Kunitachi College of Music, where he studied wind and percussion soloist course.
Studied trumpet under Eiichi Kimura and Eisuke Yamamoto.
Attended master classes with Eric Aubier and André Henri at the Eric Aubier International French Trumpet Conservatory
Took classes with Taizo Okuyama at the Master Class of the Japan Trumpet Association
Currently enrolled in online classes with Eric Aubier

Performed as the Japan Classical Orchestra at the Japan Classical Music Competition Prize Winners' Showcase Concert
2nd Prize in the 24th All Japan Junior Classical Music Competition
Selected for the 22nd Japan Classical Music Competition
3rd Prize, 16th "Changjiang Cup" International Music Competition
2013 Passed the audition for the trumpet festival sponsored by the Japan Trumpet Association, and performed in the solo concert.
2022 Passed the audition for the Ibaraki Prefecture Newcomer's Concert, and performed in the same concert

Instructor of the trumpet department at Kasame MusicSchool
Registered artist with Musica Celeste Inc.

~ Greetings~!
My name is Fumitaro Ishizawa, and I am a trumpet instructor.
I started playing the trumpet in the brass band club at junior high school.
In high school, I experienced the high level of skill and awareness of students in the music department who were aiming for music college, and the depth of specialization in classical music study, which was different from club activities.
However, I could not suppress my desire to study trumpet in earnest, and while still a student at Rikkyo University, I studied under professional orchestral players while challenging competitions and auditions.
After graduating from college, I entered the diploma course at the Kunitachi College of Music, where I studied in solo, chamber, orchestra, and brass band classes.

What got me hooked on the world of trumpet was a performance of "In Praise of the Noble Wine" by the London Brass when I was in high school.
I love the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, a classic brass ensemble, and have many CDs of their performances.
I often listen to "Roman Festivals" and "Knight of Roses" in orchestra, and "Mindscapes" and "Festivale Variations" in brass band.
I also like other cool music such as "Spain" by Chick Corea and "Sing Sing Sing" made famous by Benny Goodman.

When I play, I am particular about a thoroughly clean sound, a piercing and sharp tone, a profound and dense tone, and a musically persuasive performance.
I am convinced that pursuing these qualities will attract an audience and, above all, lead to a performance that I enjoy.

When I was a member of the club, I was self-taught, so I had a very hard time giving a consistent performance.
There was a time when I was troubled because I could only play in shambles for a year because I was out of condition.
That is why I have done a lot of research, tried various methods, and practiced carefully, and I have gradually grown to be able to perform well and consistently.
I hope to use these experiences to help you practice.

For those who are just starting to play the trumpet
Those who are struggling to improve their trumpet playing skills.
Students of brass band
Let's work together with me to play more skillfully, coolly, and happily.

  • Trial course  1 (Free)
  • Regular course  1 (7,370 JPY)
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TrumpetTrumpet] Counseling before taking lessons

Trumpet] Counseling before taking lessons

The date of the lesson will be arranged after you contact us.

This counseling is for students who are new to playing the trumpet, students who have just purchased a trumpet, and students who are taking my lessons for the first time.
If you would like to talk with me before the lesson, please take this course.
If you are interested, please feel free to bring out your instrument and let me listen to your sound.

Please feel free to contact me via message.
Please include the following information

Your name or pen name
Your instrumental history, years of experience, lesson history, etc.
What is your favorite piece of music you have ever played?
What you would like to learn in the lesson (e.g., "I would like to learn from scratch," "I would like to play XX song," "I would like to learn to play more beautifully," etc.)
Desired schedule (currently, lessons are not offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Sundays)

First of all, let's talk about various things.

  • Trial Lesson Trial
  • 20 min
  • Free
  • Songs and content of your choice
    You don't have to play it
    Japanese Not required Not required

Regular Lessons

TrumpetTrumpet lessons (elementary school students to adults)

Trumpet lessons (elementary school students to adults)

The date of the lesson will be arranged after you contact us.

I have taught a wide range of students in music schools, from beginner students, adults who do not have time to practice, to professional level students.
I have also assisted students who were struggling with their playing techniques.
Although I have only been teaching for a short time, I am proud to say that I have even more experience in teaching if you include one-off lessons.

I give lessons according to the student's wishes and condition.
If you would like me to look at just the piece you are currently practicing, or if you would like to discuss a point you are struggling with because you are not playing well, that is fine.

~The characteristics of my lessons~.

I emphasize the importance of producing a clean sound without overworking.
If you feel discomfort or noise when you play, you will only play a dirty sound, and you will get into bad habits and it will be difficult to improve.
We believe that practicing with a clean sound is a shortcut to faster progress and enjoyable playing.
For example, if a student can only play cleanly up to the actual high F, we do not recommend music with high B-flat because it is difficult for the student to play high B-flat on his own.
This is because the student may develop a strange habit in his/her embouchure or lose condition by trying to force the high B flat, which he/she cannot play on his/her own.
It is important that you practice songs that are appropriate for your level.

We place importance on perfecting what is easy to play.
We believe that it is necessary to be able to play very simple, basic, easy, "anyone can play this" exercises perfectly with 100 points in order to reach a higher level.
We believe that it is important to work slowly and without haste in order to get better quickly.

0We tailor our lessons to the convenience of each student.
For working people who cannot take time to practice, or for students preparing for high school or university entrance exams, we will give lessons according to their schedule.
For students who cannot afford to practice, we will propose a practice plan accordingly.

We do not believe in gut feelings, old superstitions, or lies on the Internet.
Do long tones for 100 hours.
Do 100 sit-ups every day.
You have to play a certain instrument to be good at it.
If your lips are too thick, you can't play.
We do not teach these kinds of things.

Warm-ups and routines
The basis of my lessons is a daily warm-up and routine that is very easy to play, and to learn how to produce a clean sound correctly and without strain.

z Teaching materials
My students who usually take lessons are asked to practice from the following instructional books that are appropriate to their current abilities.

Toshio Itakura's "Trumpet & Cornet Teaching Book".
I have both beginners and experienced players play this book first.
The students practice the basics of the trumpet in the low to middle register, and gradually learn to produce high notes beautifully.
It is important to be able to play high notes and loud notes, but before that, it is essential to acquire a clean sound and blowing technique without rushing.

Eisuke Yamamoto: "Warm-up
A wide range of menus for daily routines, from basing and mouthpieces to warm-up and flexibility, are included in this book.

Chikowitz: "Long Tone Studies"
This is a long tone with a tonal change and is mainly used for warming up.
One indicator of how well you can play this pattern is how beautifully you can play it.

Urban: "Brass Instruction Book
This book covers most of the trumpet techniques.

0Solo pieces
I think it is a good idea to actively challenge yourself with solo pieces.
You will find many difficult techniques that do not appear in ensembles, but it is very useful to work on them and acquire skills for ensembles.

Main solo pieces
Handel: Aria and Variations from "The Well-Tempered Blacksmith

0Brass Band/Ensemble
We can also provide lessons for brass band and ensemble pieces.
However, we believe that special expression is not necessary to win a brass band competition.
We will instruct you on how to practice efficiently and on points of expression that you should be aware of, using natural expressions.

For those who have problems with the 0 playing technique (mucous membrane technique)
If you are having difficulty improving and meet the following conditions
The student has been practicing for more than a year, but the notes above B on the tuning scale are blurred and do not come out.
You have been practicing for more than a year, but you can't produce any higher notes than the other students around you.
I feel like I'm stuck in a big wall that prevents me from improving even though I've been practicing.
I can play well in the middle and lower register.
I feel like I'm hitting a big wall that is preventing me from progressing even though I'm practicing.
When I put the mouthpiece on, the red part of my lips is visible on the outside of the mouthpiece.

The above is just a rough guide, but there is a possibility that you may have developed a wrong way of blowing, generally called "mucous membrane technique.
As long as you are using the mucous membrane technique, you will not be able to improve.
In order to correct the wrong way of blowing, it is necessary to relearn how to apply the mouthpiece.

I have experience in correcting the mucous membrane technique.
One of my junior high school students spent 3 months to get rid of the mucous membrane technique in order to enter a strong school of a certain wind band.
If you are struggling with this, please contact me once with a good quality webcam or smartphone camera connected to see a beautiful view of the embouchure.

First of all, please feel free to contact us via message.
Please include the following information

Your name
Your name, instrumental history, years of experience, lesson history, activities, etc.
What you would like to try in the lesson (e.g., "XX song," "I would like to learn to rotate my fingers," etc.)
Your preferred schedule (currently, we do not offer lessons on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Sundays)

  • Regular Lesson Regular
  • 45 min
  • 7,370 JPY
  • We will respect what the student wants to do.
    We will suggest songs for students that are appropriate for their current abilities.
    We will suggest exercises to compensate for weak points.

    0 songs
    For students - Classical solo pieces
    For students - Classical solo pieces, brass band pieces, and other pieces they are currently practicing, or pieces for competitions and concerts.
    For adults - movie music, pop music such as Ghibli, etc.

    0 Basics
    Toshio Itakura: Trumpet & Cornet Instructional Manual
    Eisuke Yamamoto: Warm Up
    Urban: Brass Instruction Book
    Basic exercises to acquire the skills necessary to be able to play a tune, such as
    Japanese 4,400 JPY 4,400 JPY

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This agreement is made in Japanese and translated into English. The Japanese text is the original and the English text is for reference purposes. If there is any conflict or inconsistency between these two texts, the Japanese text shall prevail.

With regard to the service (hereinafter referred to as "this service") provided by Nagy Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "our company") as a music lesson platform on the web (hereinafter referred to as "this service"), those who use this service (hereinafter referred to as "our company") to take lessons with our company ("Student" defined below) agrees to the following terms and conditions (hereinafter referred to as "Terms and Conditions").

Definition of terms

  1. Terms in this Agreement are defined below.
    1. "Student" means a person who has registered as a student in this service and can use this service.
    2. "Instructor" means a person who agrees to this agreement with our company and uses this service for instructors to give music lessons to students.
    3. "User name" means the nickname within the service set by the student or instructor.
    4. "Communication system" means the two-way video communication system for music lessons that can be used with this service.
    5. "Long lesson" means a real-time remote lesson using a 55-minute line connection in this communication system. The prescribed length of time for the long lesson (the net length of time excluding the time for the line connection test, etc.) is 45 minutes.
    6. "Short lesson" means a real-time remote lesson using a 30-minute line connection in this communication system. The prescribed time for the short lesson (the net time excluding the time for the line connection test, etc.) is 20 minutes.
    7. "Trial lesson" means a trial free or paid short lesson prepared for the student to know the compatibility with the instructor and the atmosphere of the lesson. Students take a trial lesson predetermined number of times you can receive up to.
    8. "Reservation slot" means a set of days, reservation time and end time for each lesson set in this service and advertised to students, which is the date and time when the lesson can be held by the instructor. In addition, the reservation time and end time can only be set in units of long lessons or short lessons at intervals set by the Company. (The lesson time includes time for the instructor to explain how to operate this communication system as necessary.)
    9. "(Lesson) Reservation" means a contract for lesson implementation established between a student and an instructor. For paid lessons, the lesson tuition fee (specified in Item 14) by the credit card company shall be "established" when the settlement is executed. (Even if there are vacancies in the reservation slot, the teacher's acceptance is required to take the lesson.)
    10. "Appointment Approval Deadline" means the deadline for waiting for the appointment approval from the lecturer. When booking a lesson on the Student My Account (specified in Item 19), the approval deadline can be set by the student. However, if you apply for a lesson on a public website, this deadline shall be within 24 hours after the student's booking.
    11. "Cancellation (of a lesson)" refers to canceling a lesson reservation regardless of the agreement of the other party. By notifying the other party from the student's My Account (specified in No. 19). Some are free and some are paid.
    12. "Lesson Compensation" means the compensation for each Lesson as determined by the Instructor.
    13. "Service usage fee, etc." refers to the usage fee and related costs of this service for each lesson.
    14. "Lesson Tuition Fee" means the consideration for lessons collected from students by the Company, including lesson fees and service usage fees.
    15. "Optional setup fee" means the monthly fee for enabling optional functions, etc. in addition to the normal functions of this service. If it is set to be available, it will occur even in months when optional functions are not used, but this usage setting can be changed on a monthly basis.
    16. "Cancellation fee" means the fee paid to the instructor if the student cancels the lesson reservation within 48 hours before the reservation time. The amount will be determined by the instructor.
    17. "Lesson Coupon" means a discount that can be used to reduce part or all of the lesson fee or cancellation fee that the Company grants to the student.date of expiryAn electronic coupon with This service usage fee cannot be used for discounts other than lesson tuition fees and cancellation fees, and will disappear after the expiration date. However, if you have multiple lesson coupons, the expiration date of the last given lesson coupon will also apply to the other coupons.
    18. A "course" is a name representing a set of lesson contents set by the lecturer himself/herself.
    19. "Student My Account" means a web page that provides functions for students to register their own student registration information, apply for lessons, and access this communication system in this service.
    20. "Personal information" refers to names, dates of birth, addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, occupations, places of employment, and other information that can identify a specific individual. It means that the individual can be identified by collation.
    21. "Talk" refers to the two-way text communication function between the Company and students and between students and instructors in this service.
    22. "Notification" means the transmission of written information between the Company and the student, and between the student and the instructor, through talks and e-mails automatically sent by the Company. The latter email can be set to be sent/not sent by the recipient.
    23. "Tardiness limit" means the limit of time that a student can be late for a reserved lesson, which is 30 minutes from the reservation time for a long lesson and 15 minutes from the reservation time for a short lesson. If a student connects to this communication system by the tardy limit, he/she can take the lesson for the remaining time.
    24. "Concierge" means the point of contact of our company where students can consult about instruments, course content, language, instructors, as well as about desired instructors, lesson frames, course opening requests, fees, etc. You can consult by telephone, e-mail, or talk.
    25. "Lesson request" means that a student notifies the instructor of a new lesson frame, the opening of a course, cost, etc. through the concierge.

Contents of this service

  1. This service is a web-based service for students with a user name to receive music lessons and related services from a teacher with a user name. Teacher provide the means for lessons to and settle the payment for the lessons. The Service allows you to at least:
    1. Students can take lessons from instructors using this communication system.
    2. Our company receives a delegation from the instructor and collects and remits the lesson fee from the student. (At this time, we will collect the lesson fee.)
    3. The student must list the musical content (type of instrument, singing, composition method, genre, playing method, etc.) and brief history of the instructor.
    4. Students must list the reservation slots and lesson fees for instructors.
    5. A student confirms the content of each lesson about himself/herself recorded by the instructor (hereinafter, the recorded content is referred to as "lesson record").
    6. A student applies for a lesson in a reservation frame set by a lecturer, and receives notification of whether or not the reservation for the lesson has been established.
    7. Checking the list of lessons that the student has booked or has taken in the past.
    8. Students confirming the monthly statement of lesson fees for completed lessons.
    9. Students use the Concierge to make various inquiries to the Company or request lessons from instructors.
  2. Both the Company and the student confirm that the Company does not hire or outsource the instructor in this service, that no contract regarding these has been established at all, and that the student entrusts the instructor with lesson work.
  3. Our company is entrusted by instructors to collect lesson fees, etc. from students.
  4. Students must own the hardware (PC, headset, microphone, camera, etc.), software (WEB browser, etc.), communication lines, musical scores, musical instruments, and other equipment necessary for lessons to use this service. You have to prepare with responsibility and expense. A smartphone can also be used as a set of this hardware, but in that case, some functions of the Service will be restricted.

Student registration

  1. In order to use this service, those who wish to use this service must register the following items ("student registration items") on the student's My Account (hereinafter referred to as "student registration") and become a student. (Only the item (3) will be displayed to the lecturer, and other items will not be displayed.) This service will be available after student registration.
    1. Password.
    2. Email address.
    3. User name used for this service.
    4. Mobile phone number (fixed phone number is acceptable).
    5. Payment information such as credit card number (under the student's name). However, without registering in this field, it is also possible to input payment information each time requested for payment upon booking, etc.
  2. If there is any change in the registered information entered up to the preceding paragraph, the student must immediately notify the Company from his/her student My Account.

Cancellation of student registration and termination/cancellation of use of this service

  1. Students can terminate the use of this service by deleting their registration from the student's My Account. However, this cancellation is not possible if there are remaining lessons that have been booked. (It is possible to cancel all reservations.)
  2. If a student falls under any of the following, the Company may, without prior notice, temporarily suspend the student's use of the Service or cancel the student's registration and stop using the Service.
    1. It turned out that a third party other than the student has carried out part or all of the procedures and registration up to the agreement of this agreement.
    2. It turns out that the student entered a false or erroneous entry in the registration information, or made a serious omission.
    3. It turned out that the student had been deregistered in the past due to violation of the student agreement.
    4. It was found that a student has committed a prohibited act stipulated in Article 13.
    5. Our company has determined that the student has seriously violated the provisions of this agreement.
    6. Our company determined that there were many complaints from instructors who gave lessons to students.
  3. If a student's registration is canceled for any reason, all the lesson coupons that have been granted will be lost, and the amount equivalent to the discount of the lesson coupon will not be refunded.

Payment of lesson fees, etc.

  1. The student pays us a lesson tuition fee for lessons (excluding free ones) that have been conducted (or deemed to have been conducted) for a prescribed period of time.
  2. The student will pay the Company the price for the lesson stipulated in this paragraph for the lesson that is less than the prescribed time stipulated in paragraph 15 of the next article.
  3. If a student has a lesson coupon, when the next lesson reservation is made or a cancellation fee is incurred, the lesson coupon will be automatically used and the respective amount will be discounted.
  4. There are two types of cancellation fees: from 48 hours before the reservation time to 24 hours before the reservation time, and after 24 hours before the reservation time.
  5. Students will make payment through the credit card company that entered the payment up to the preceding paragraph. The Company will bill the credit card company at the time specified in each of the following items. Failure to settle this charge will be deemed non-payment by the student.
    1. The lesson fee will be charged when the instructor accepts the application for the lesson.
    2. Cancellation fee applies when the student cancels without charge.
  6. In the case of any of the following items, the Company will deduct the necessary expenses A prescribed in each item from the consideration once paid by credit card for the lesson (0 yen if not incurred). We will refund the deducted amount through the credit card company. However, if there is a discount amount B due to the lesson coupon in the payment, the original lesson coupon will first be applied to the necessary expenses A. If the discount amount B ≧ the required fee A, a new lesson coupon with a new expiration date equivalent to the difference between the two will be given, and the full amount paid will be refunded. If discount amount B < necessary expenses A, the amount after subtracting the difference between the two will be refunded.
    1. When a lesson that has been booked once is not actually carried out for some reason (including cancellation). However, this excludes lessons deemed to have been conducted pursuant to the provisions of Article 11, or lessons prescribed in Article 7, Article 7. In this case, the necessary cost A is the cancellation fee (it may be 0 yen).
    2. When it is deemed not to have been carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 10 or 12 of the following article, even though the lesson was actually carried out (including cases shorter than the prescribed time). In this case, the necessary cost A is not generated.
    3. When stipulated in paragraph 7-2 of the following article. At this time, the necessary cost A is the service fee, etc.
    4. When the fee for the lesson is changed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 15 of the following article. In this case, the necessary cost A is the amount of consideration for the changed lesson.
  7. Depending on the time of occurrence of the reason for the refund, the refund stipulated in the preceding paragraph may be made after the lesson fee or part of it has been withdrawn from the credit card bank account.

Lesson reservation and cancellation

  1. The student agrees that he or she may only take the lesson if the instructor accepts the lesson for which the student has applied.
  2. Students can apply for a lesson from the student's My Account in the reservation slot set by the instructor. Even if there is no set reservation slot, the student may submit a lesson request to the instructor through the concierge, and the student will be promptly notified if this is accepted. (If necessary, we will find another teacher that meets your needs.) Students can only apply for lessons if the credit card entered is valid.
  3. When a student applies for a lesson to the instructor, the corresponding reservation slot will be temporarily unavailable for reservation, and the instructor can notify the student of acceptance/non-acceptance of the application until the reservation acceptance deadline. . If you do not receive a notification from the instructor by the reservation acceptance deadline, the application will not be accepted.
  4. Students are free to cancel a lesson reservation up to 48 hours before the scheduled time.
  5. If a student cancels a lesson reservation less than 48 hours before the scheduled time, the instructor cancellation charge may occur(see paragraph 4 of the preceding article).
  6. When the instructor attempts to accept the requested lesson, if the credit card payment for the lesson fee cannot be made, the lesson reservation will not be established. At this time, the student will be notified that the reservation was not possible due to non-payment of the consideration.
  7. The lesson will be considered to be conducted for the specified time in the following cases A, B, or C; A. If the student did not take the booked lesson without cancellation, B. If the student ended the lesson by disconnecting before the predetermined time (if late, subtract the time for being late) has elapsed, C. If the student made a call after exceeding the lateness limit, and (1) the instructor opened the lesson screen within 10 minutes from the start and keep it up to the lateness limit (regardless of whether the instructor answered the call or not). However, (2) in the case there is no cancellation as stipulated in paragraph 14 and either in case A. B. C, if the instructor did not open the lesson screen within 10 minutes from the appointment time or did not open the lesson screen until the lateness limit (not in (1)), this lesson will not be considered to be conducted. Then, part of the consideration paid pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 7, item 3 of the preceding article will be refunded.
  8. Teachers are free to cancel lesson reservations up to 24 hours before the scheduled time.
  9. In the event that the instructor cancels a lesson reservation within 24 hours prior to the scheduled time, the student will beLesson coupon equivalent to the amount specified in the attached sheetis given.
  10. Except for the cases stipulated in Clause 14, if the student requests a connection to the instructor within the tardy limit, the instructor will immediately respond after being late (however, if the connection request is earlier than 10 minutes from the reservation time, the reservation will be canceled). If you are unable to start the lesson by giving permission to connect within 10 minutes from the time), the lesson will be deemed not to have been carried out even if it was partially carried out. Furthermore, in this case, if the student is unable to take the lesson at all, it will be deemed that the instructor has canceled the lesson 24 hours before the scheduled time.
  11. If a student arrives late within the tardy limit and requests a connection to the instructor, and takes the lesson after subtracting the time for being late from the prescribed time, the lesson will be considered to have been conducted for the prescribed time.
  12. The instructor himself/herself (by disconnecting this service, etc.) before the predetermined time (if the student is late within the tardy limit, the time after subtracting the time for being late) has passed from the start of the lesson. If it turns out that you have completed this lesson, it will be considered that this lesson was not conducted. Unless the student agrees to this termination and this agreement can be later verified by electronic records of interactions with the student, such as talks.
  13. By registering a specific lecturer in the blacklist of this service, students can prevent receiving notifications such as talks from this lecturer. In addition, the reservation slots for blacklisted instructors will not be displayed.
  14. If the lesson cannot be started within 10 minutes from the reservation time due to failure of the instructor's equipment/communication line, student's equipment/communication line, equipment for this service, or failure of the telecommunication service used by this service, the lesson will be canceled. Canceled. In this case, neither the lesson fee nor the cancellation fee will be charged.
  15. Notwithstanding the provisions up to the preceding paragraph, due to failure of the instructor's equipment/communication line, student's equipment/communication line, equipment for this service, or failure of the telecommunications service used in this service, the lesson time will be less than the prescribed time. If it is confirmed that we have not been able to secure it, the consideration for this lesson will be as follows. Here, the line connection time includes an error of about ±5 minutes.
    Set lesson fee x line connection time / predetermined time
  16. If any of the following cases occur, the student will immediately notify the Company by talk or email. Without this notification, the occurrence of these cases may not be known and the student may not be given a refund of the lesson fee or a lesson coupon.
    1. When the lesson was not carried out at all even though the lateness was within the lateness limit.
    2. In the cases stipulated in paragraph 12 (excluding cases where the student agrees).
    3. Cases specified in paragraph 14.
    4. Cases specified in paragraph 15.


  1. Students are not allowed to use anything other than talk to communicate with the instructor. In particular, e-mail addresses, phone numbers and addresses must not be obtained from or given to instructors.
  2. Students will promptly respond to inquiries from the Company regarding lessons and other Services.
  3. Written permission from the Company includes permission in talks or e-mails from the Company.
  4. The student and the Company will maintain the ability to receive the other party's registered e-mail at all times. Any trouble caused by non-delivery of the sent e-mail shall be the responsibility of the recipient. (Please pay particular attention to the inability to receive messages from specific addresses on mobile phones.)

Lecturer evaluation and disclosure

  1. Students can register their evaluations and comments on the instructor's lessons with this service. We may publish this evaluation and any of these comments that have been approved by the student on the Service without the instructor's consent.
  2. The Company may, without the consent of the Instructor, disclose on the Service the ratio of the number of lessons canceled by the Instructor within 24 hours prior to the scheduled time or missed without notice without cancellation to the number of lessons accepted by the Instructor.

Password management

  1. Students must set a password that is difficult to guess, manage it as a secret, and must not transfer, lend, or disclose it to a third party, or allow the password to be used by a third party. However, this does not apply if prior written consent has been obtained from the Company.
  2. Students shall be responsible for any loss or damage incurred due to reasons not attributable to our company, such as errors in the use of their own passwords or unauthorized use by a third party.
  3. If a student discovers that his or her password has been used illegally by a third party without permission, the student will immediately notify the Company. In addition, if the Company gives instructions regarding dealing with such unauthorized use, such instructions must be followed.
  4. If the Company discovers that a student's password is being used illegally, or recognizes a situation where it can be strongly suspected, it may restrict the student's use of the Service without consent. In this case, we will promptly notify the student through the registered e-mail address or telephone number.

Handling of personal information, etc.

  1. The Company will handle personal information obtained through registration of students and other information as confidential information as stipulated in paragraph 2 of the following article. However, the items stipulated in the next paragraph shall be excluded.
  2. Students agree that our company will disclose personal information stipulated in paragraphs 6 and 7 to cooperating companies or subcontractors that have a confidentiality obligation.
  3. Students must not obtain personal information from the instructor other than that which is essential for the lesson.
  4. Students will handle the personal information of instructors, other students, our employees and other third parties obtained through the use of this service as confidential information as stipulated in Paragraph 1 of the following article.
  5. Students may, for any reason or in any form, leak, disclose, use themselves, or third party personal information of the instructor obtained in connection with this service after completing the use of this service. Do not allow third parties to use it.
  6. Students may observe, record and use lesson audio, video and other interactions at our company and subcontractors for the purpose of improving this service, responding to complaints and detecting violations of the terms. agree to
  7. Students agree that our company will upload all information of this service, including personal information, to the cloud system contractor in order to execute this service on the Internet cloud system.


  1. Students should Our Confidential Information shall be kept strictly confidential, shall not be disclosed or leaked to a third party, and shall not be used for any purpose other than the use of the Service, without the written consent of the Company.
  2. The Company shall keep the confidential information of students strictly confidential, shall not disclose or leak it to a third party without their written consent, and may not use it for purposes other than providing this service.
  3. The student agrees that our company will disclose payment information such as the student's credit card number to a credit card payment company that has an obligation of confidentiality. In addition, we will delete this payment information immediately after disclosure and will not retain it in-house.
  4. Confidential information in this article means information designated as confidential by the disclosing party and disclosed to the information receiving party, except for the following.
    1. Those that are publicly known.
    2. becomes publicly known through no fault of the information recipient;
    3. Information already possessed by the Recipient of Information prior to disclosure by the Discloser.
    4. Information received by the information recipient from a third party with legitimate authority without obligation of confidentiality.

Compliance with Intellectual Property Rights

  1. Students must comply with copyright laws and related laws and regulations when taking lessons. In particular, the sheet music used in the lessons must be legally obtained by purchasing it yourself. You must not request the instructor to transfer copies of sheet music for which the instructor does not hold the copyright or do not manage it.
  2. Our company does not take any responsibility if the student violates the provisions of the preceding paragraph and commits an act that infringes on copyright, etc.
  3. In the event that a student violates the provisions of the preceding two paragraphs and causes trouble with the right holder, the student shall handle and resolve the matter at his/her own responsibility and expense.
  4. If we determine that a student has uploaded music scores, etc. to this service in violation of copyright laws, etc., we can delete the music scores, etc. without obtaining their consent.

Prohibited matter

  1. Students must not engage in any of the following acts.
    1. Commenting on the Service about current actual crimes and discrimination on the Service.
    2. Commenting on this service that violates public order and morals.
    3. Transmitting or posting obscene or child abuse behavior, behavior, images, videos, documents, etc. in this service.
    4. Using this service for purposes other than taking lessons, such as brokering or buying and selling goods or services, advertising your own activities, etc., without obtaining written permission from our company.
    5. Infringe on the property, privacy, portrait rights or publicity rights of anyone you know through our company or this service.
    6. Infringing intellectual property rights such as copyrights or trademark rights of the Company or anyone who comes to know through this service.
    7. To discriminate, slander, damage the reputation or damage the credibility of anyone you know through our company or this service.
    8. To send advertisements, promotions, solicitations, talks, e-mails or other messages to anyone you come to know through the Company or the Service without the written permission of the Company.
    9. Sending abusive talks, e-mails or other messages to anyone you come to know through the Company or the Service.
    10. Forward or request that chained emails or other message transmissions be forwarded to anyone you come to know through the Company or the Service.
    11. To solicit people who have come to know through our company or this service to join religion, political associations, multi-level marketing, etc.
    12. Election campaigns or similar acts against people who have come to know through our company or this service, or violations of the Public Offices Election Act.
    13. Attempt to gain unauthorized access to any other computer system or network connected to the Service;
    14. Using, providing or recommending harmful programs such as computer viruses.
    15. Allow someone other than yourself to use the Service on your behalf.
    16. Making violent demands or making unreasonable demands beyond legal responsibility in this service.
    17. To damage the credibility of other instructors, students, our company, or any other third party involved in this service or interfere with their business by spreading rumors, using fraudulent means or force.
    18. During and after the use of this service, music lessons or music classes (remote or face-to-face) that compete or may compete with this service for other students who come to know through this service (whether or not).
    19. During the use of this service and after the end of use of this service, we will inform the lecturer who came to know by this service about music-related services (whether remote or face-to-face) that compete with this service or may compete with this service. No, including lessons for yourself). (Prohibition of recruiting and soliciting instructors)
    20. Become a gangster, a gang member, an associate member of a gangster, a company affiliated with a gangster, a corporate racketeer, a rogue who claims to be a social movement, or a gang with special intelligence.
    21. In addition to the stipulations in Items 1 to 20 above, conduct that violates laws and regulations or public order and morals.
    22. Unfair conduct that causes disadvantages to other instructors, students, our company and other third parties related to this service.
    23. Other actions that the Company deems inappropriate.


  1. We do not take any responsibility for the contents of communications or uploaded information in this service created by instructors, students or other third parties.
  2. The Company shall not be held responsible for any damages or losses suffered by students due to the actions or omissions of third parties, including instructors and other students, in this service.
  3. The Company shall not be held responsible for any damages or losses that a student may inflict on an instructor, other students, or a third party while using this service.
  4. Our company does not take any responsibility even if a student conducts an act that violates the law in this service.

Prohibition of Transfer of Rights and Obligations

  1. Students must not transfer all or part of their rights and obligations under these Terms to a third party.

Interruption of provision of this service

  1. The Company may temporarily suspend the provision of the Service in any of the following cases.
    1. Perform maintenance or construction of equipment for this service.
    2. A failure occurred in the equipment for this service.
    3. The telecommunications service used in this service has become unavailable.
    4. In addition, due to operational or technical reasons, the Company deems it necessary to temporarily suspend the provision of the Service.
  2. Regarding the suspension of the preceding paragraph, we will notify the students in advance as much as possible, but in case of emergency, we may notify after the fact.
  3. During the suspension period specified in the preceding paragraphs, all lessons will be canceled, and regardless of the provisions of Article 5, no lesson tuition fees or cancellation fees will be incurred, and lesson coupons will not be granted.

Changes and additions to the contents of this service

  1. Our company may change or add to the contents of this service without obtaining consent by notifying the student in advance to the extent that it does not conflict with the provisions of this agreement.

Abolition of this service

  1. The Company may discontinue this service without obtaining the consent of the student by notifying the student in advance.
  2. The Company will give the notice set forth in the preceding paragraph at least 30 days prior to the date of abolition.
  3. Even after the termination of this service, the Company reserves the right to claim the compensation for using this service.

Transfer of this service

  1. Our company may transfer this service to a third party by notifying the student in advance and without obtaining their consent, as long as we do not change this agreement (excluding changes in the subject of the contract concerning our company). increase.
  2. The Company will give the notice set forth in the preceding paragraph at least 30 days prior to the transfer date.
  3. The third party who received the transfer will be deemed to have agreed to the transfer if the student continues to use this service after the transfer date.

Revision of these Terms

  1. The Company may revise these Terms and other terms of use, etc. established by the Company without obtaining the consent of the student by notifying the student in advance.
  2. The Company will give the notice set forth in the preceding paragraph at least 30 days prior to the effective date of the revision.
  3. Our company considers that students have agreed to this revision by using this service after the revision enforcement date.

Penalty for damages

  1. In the event that a student causes damage to the Company due to a violation of the Student Agreement or intentionally or negligently, the student shall immediately compensate the Company for all such damages (including reasonable attorneys' fees). I have to. In particular, if it is found that a student has committed a prohibited act (prohibition of soliciting the withdrawal of a lecturer) as stipulated in Article 13, Item 19, the subject lecturer will make a reservation within 90 days from the execution of the prohibited act. If the limit is reduced by a certain amount or the registration is canceled, the introduction or mediation will be considered successful, and the Company will be required to immediately compensate 300,000 yen as damages.
  2. If a student causes damage to our company due to violation of copyright law and related laws in this service, the student will immediately compensate us for all damages (including reasonable attorney's fees). must compensate.
  3. In the event that the Company suffers damage in relation to the troubles stipulated in Article 12, Paragraph 3, the student must immediately compensate for all damages (including reasonable attorney's fees). In addition, if our company handles and resolves the problem, all expenses required for the resolution (including reasonable attorney's fees and our company's work costs) will be deemed damages caused by the student to our company. increase.

Governing law

  1. The governing law for this agreement shall be the law of Japan.

Court of competent jurisdiction

  1. In the event that a lawsuit arises between a student and our company or between a student and a lecturer in relation to this service, the Nagoya District Court shall be the exclusive agreement jurisdictional court of the first instance.

Continuing Matters

  1. The provisions of Article 9, Paragraph 2, Article 10, Paragraph 4, Paragraph 5, Article 11, Article 12, Paragraph 3, Article 14, Article 21, and this article will remain effective even after the student's registration is cancelled. Suppose that it persists to In addition, the Company retains the right to claim any fees that the student has not paid for the use of this service.

Agreement settlement

  1. Matters not stipulated in this agreement or matters that raise doubts about the interpretation of this agreement will be resolved after good-faith discussion between the student and our company.

Supplementary Provisions

  1. On March 20, 2023, the previous agreement was revised to this agreement and notified of this, and this agreement will be enforced from April 21, 2023.

(Attachment) Number of trial lessons taken

The number of trial lessons stipulated in Article 1 (7) of the Student Agreement is as follows
  • three times
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[Supplementary provisions]October 21

(Attachment) Granting of Lesson Coupons

Lesson coupons as stipulated in Article 6, Section 9 of the Student Agreement are as follows
  • For long lessons, 1,100 coupon per cancellation
  • For long lessons, 1,100 coupon per cancellation
Issued lesson coupons are valid for one month from the last grant.(One month is until the same day of the following month.)
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[Supplementary provisions]October 21, 2022 Enactment and enforcement
  • Lesson materials
    Lesson language
  • Cancellation fee
    • More than 48 hours before the start of the lesson
      Not required
    • 48 hours to more than 24 hours before the start of the lesson
    • 24 hours to 0 hours before the start of the lesson

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