There are a surprising number of Japanese words that are incredibly literal. The Japanese word “tebukuro” (手袋) is made up of the characters “Te” (Hand) and “Bukuro” (bag) = “hand bag”. It’s the Japanese word for “glove”! That makes sense, considering gloves technically are bags for your hands… Here are 15 other hilariously literal Japanese words that are used quite … Read More
How to Write Your Name in Japanese (Katakana)
If you’re learning Japanese, one of the first things you should learn is how to introduce yourself! And you can’t do that unless you know your name in Japanese, right? Here is how to write your name in Japanese!
How to pass your Japanese Job Interviews
If you plan to work for a Japanese company in Japan, this blog and video are very useful for you. I introduced what kind of questions will be asked and how to reply.
Sakura Live ~Kanji On the Street #4 ~Live from the spot
Introducing Japanese signboard from outside, the actual field. 🙂 This time from Kawazu town where you can see pretty early flowering pink cherry blossoms🌸
Kanji On the Street Actual Version #3 ~Walking street in Beppu
Introducing Japanese signboard from outside, the actual field. 🙂 This time from Beppu, famous Onsen town (hot spring town) in Oita prefecture!
Kanji On the Street Actual Version #2 ~Ramen Shop
Introducing Japanese signboard from outside, the actual field. 🙂 This time, from Ramen noodle shop!
Kanji On the Street Actual Version #1
Introducing Japanese signboard from outside, the actual field. 🙂
Top 10 Things to Do in Japan in November 2019
November in Japan is when the leaves reach their peak autumn beauty, and the first cold winds remind you that winter is not far away! November is full with a variety of autumn parades, an international carnival in Okinawa, and even a famous World Character Summit in Saitama! Here are the top 10 things to do in Japan in November … Read More
Top 10 Vegetarian-Friendly Japanese Foods
Visiting Japan but worried about finding foods that fit your dietary restrictions? Some of the most popular Japanese dishes also happen to be vegetarian. There are some dishes that have secret fish-based ingredients inside, so we compiled a list of the best foods for both strict and non-strict vegetarians alike! Here are the 10 best vegetarian-friendly Japanese foods. No meat, … Read More
Top 10 Things to Do in Japan in January 2019
The New Year certainly kicks off with a bang in Japan! Between dramatic fire festivals and incredible winter illuminations, there are a number of things that you simply can’t miss if you are in Japan this month. Here are our top 10 events happening in Japan in January 2019.
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