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10 Most Powerful Feedbacks in Japanese Posted by on Oct 21, 2016


Leaving feedbacks in Japanese   I often receive some feedback from my clients I work with. Some day, when I am not feeling so great, the only thing makes me happy is to see some nice, kind comments from the clients I support. It’s amazing, how words can be so powerful at times, making you…

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Train Travel in Japan Posted by on Oct 11, 2016

Photo by Michael Coghlan from flickr.com.

If you’re planning a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun, you’ll need to figure out how you’re going to get around. Without a doubt, the best way to travel in Japan is by train. The rail system in Japan is among the best in the world. Trains here are fast, reliable, and comfortable…

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8 ways of asking someone to do in Japanese Posted by on Oct 8, 2016


Which expression is your favorite, when it comes to asking someone to do something? So, I have been super frustrated when things are not getting done, especially when it comes to kids’ homework. They just don’t seem to have an urgency to finish them when there is a deadline for each one of their homework.…

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Are you into Kanji? 10 must know Kanji’s for Japanese learners Posted by on Sep 29, 2016


Who says Kanjis are hard to learn????   Kanji’s is the essential part of Japanese language. You cannot read or understand written Japanese without knowing some of them. Also if you were to live in Japan, it will be necessary toΒ know some Kanji’s. In this lesson today, let me introduce you to the basic Kanji’s…

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Exploring Kyoto Posted by on Sep 27, 2016

An architectural work of art.

Kyoto (京都) was once the capital of Japan for an entire millennium. In fact, the name can actually be translated as “capital city,” although that distinction now belongs to Tokyo. During its long reign as the center of Japan, the city acquired countless palaces, shrines, and temples. Kyoto managed to largely escape the bombings of…

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