QUIZ NIGHT !!
Cubes will have its annual quiz night next weekend.
19.30 – 21.30
Every year, Cubes has a quiz event in our
It’s a lot of fun, not too difficult,
If you would like to come along and
have some fun, practice your
English, have a beer and make some
please let us know.
You can call both schools,
宮崎台 – 044-400-4975
溝の口 – 044-281-9885
send us an email
or send us a facebook message
If you havent already done so, please visit
Cubes’ instagram account and click ”follow”.
You can keep up to all the latest happenings
at Cubes and follow tags such as
And if you would like to take a photo,
upload it to your own instagram account,
tag it with one of the above hashtags,
we will take a look and if its a good one,
we may even print it out and stick it up
in one of the schools.
Or click HERE
Here is a selection of photos from the past.
Last night we played futsal at
we had 14 players of all ages,
both boys and girls,
and it was a lot of fun.
Cubes plays futsal once a month at フロンタウン
and all students, staff, teachers and friends are welcome.
We usually play on the third Sunday of every month,
so if you would like to get some exercise, have some fun,
and maybe go for a drink afterwards,
please let us know and we can let you know when it is.
If you use facebook, you can let cubes know by sending us a message
and we will add you to the futsal mailing list.
Our next game will be on the
11th of December
7.00pm – 8.00pm
which will be followed by our annual futsal bonenkai.
Yakiniku in 溝の口
So if you want to come along, please let us know,
and we will let you know the details.
Or you can click HERE.
Hi everyone, Ross from Cubes Cafe here.
I hope you are all well and getting ready for winter.
Long dark nights and cold dry days.
Sorry there hasn’t been a blog in a while but I took my
“late Summer vacation” last month, back to the UK.
I will write about my trip and upload some photos in tomorrows blog.
If anyone has anything they would like to put on the blog,
any event that they have been to or have coming up,
any story or English experience please let me know,
give me a few photos,
and i would be happy to upload it to the
Todays blog is about a teacher of ours here at Cubes.
Mike Atkinson from the UK.
Many of you know that he has a strange hobby,
so I am going to let him explain it and share some
photos with you.
This is Mike,
I have been a Cubes teacher for around 5 years now.
Most of you will know about my ‘crazy hobby’
Most of you know I have studied puroresu all the way back to
‘Rikodozan’, and ‘Beauty Pair’
and that I also train in puroresu myself.
I have trained for 5 years and will be making
my professional debut on December 19th at ‘Shin Kiba,
First Ring’ wrestling as a British gentleman.
If anyone can make it, it would be very nice to see some friendly faces
(or in the case of teachers/students who support rival football teams,
they are welcome to come along and ‘boo’)
So of you would like to experience a different kind of entertainment,
I recommend you make the short trip to Shin Kiba.
It will be a funny event and definitely something to talk about
in your next class at Cubes.
And if you want to see some examples of
here you go…..
TROUBLES ON THE TRAIN!
Hi everyone, Ross from Cubes here.
Cubes English Language Cafe has 2 schools,
one in Miyazakidai (宮崎台)
and one in Mizonokuchi(溝の口).
We also teach a number of businesses all over 東京 and 大阪.
This means that teachers have to travel
around such places as 銀座, 広尾, 青山１丁目 and 鵜の木.
Last week I had to travel to 銀座 to teach English
to the staff and managers of
Usually there are no problems on the trains in the morning.
Even though they are busy and the 田園都市線 often has delays,
usually I can get to work on time.
But last Friday I had to travel to 銀座三越
on the same day of the
All the trains had stopped!
All the stations had closed!
It was a real nightmare!
I travelled from 宮崎台 to 溝の口,
I transferred to the大井町線 and travelled to 中延駅
but the trains had stopped!
I had to get back on the 大井町線e to 自由ヶ丘 and transfer to the
From there the trains were running ok so after another change at
中目黒駅, I was able to get to 東銀座駅 just in the
nick of time.
I taught my lesson, which went well before I
headed out to the main crossing to take some photos.
The Olympians all looked very proud and the people cheering
all looked very happy to see their heroes and heroines.
Japan did very well in the 2016 Rio Olympics and I am sure
that they will do even better in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
We have a number of students who are studying English in order to
become volunteer staff at the Tokyo Olympics which I think is a great thing to do
and I hope to do some volunteer work myself.
HAVE A GOOD DAY
THE HALLOWEEN PARTY ON
19.30 – 22.30