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Archive for September, 2016

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

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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Quick Japanese Lesson~ When you stressed out Posted by on Sep 25, 2016

When you are stressed out, how would you say that in Japanese? So, these days, I have been stressed out pretty badly. I just love the picture I found.. This is exactly how I feel like at this moment.. πŸ™‚ Sometimes you feel like you can handle so much, considering all these things going on…

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7 best happy birthday wishes for your boss in Japanese Posted by on Sep 23, 2016

Happy Birthday Wish for Your Boss~   Hi everyone. Today was my boss’s birthday, so everyone in my group wished her happy birthday. Most of you might already know that Happy Birthday is ‘O tan jo-bi omedetou!(γŠγŸγ‚“γ˜γ‚‡γ†γ³γ€€γŠγ‚γ§γ¨γ†οΌγ€€γŠθͺ•η”Ÿζ—₯γ€€γŠγ‚γ§γ¨γ†). It’s a bit long, but not too bad for memorizing it. So, how would this change if we…

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48 Hours in Kyoto – Day 2 Posted by on Sep 22, 2016

Kyoto has a long, rich history. It can be hard to settle on which historical sites to visit. You can’t miss the Fushimi Inari Shrine (home to the famous 10,000 tori gates) the stunning Golden Pavilion Zen Buddhist temple, and the 1,000+ year-old Kiyomizu-dera Temple. If you’re catching a train out of Kyoto station, take…

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