A WaniKani Story: What IS So Great About The Number 951?

So…? What IS So Great About The Number 951?   951, is this a special number, does it have any specific meaning besides a numeral amount? Can we

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The Truth of WaniKani Levels

I’ve been having some issues with these names for awhile now so I’ve have decided to correct these names and add a bit of how it actually feels

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Shinrin Yoku – Forest Bathing in Japan

Understanding Shinrin-Yoku “Foresting Bathing” Shinrin-Yoku (森林浴) is a Japanese term that translates to “Forest Bathing” in English and involves spending free time wandering in nature. This therapeutic method

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Japanese Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Japanese Transitive and Intransitive Verbs You may or may not have heard these words before, and you may or may not know what they mean. Transitive means that

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How to Understand “Japanese Sentence Structure”

Japanese sentence structure: Japanese sentence structure can be confusing because in Japanese you can arrange bits of information in various orders within a sentence as long as certain

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おるすばんてんし

Orusuban Tenji – The House Sitting Angel   Orusubantenshi, or house sitting angel, is a book about a little boy who is visited by an angel while staying

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ペンギンさんのまくら

Mr. Penguin’s Pillow Review Today when we were showing a good friend and work associate from Thailand around Tenjin, we decided to sit down and drink some coffee

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How to Understand Japanese Verbs: Groups, Exceptions, Forms, Conjugations, and Verb Particles

Navigation bar: Click on a Subject Title below to Jump to that section of this post. Particles – Dictionary Form – て形 – た形 – ない形 Group I

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FFLC: Fukuoka Foreign Language College Review

Looking to go to FFLC to learn Japanese? If you are thinking of going to FFLC, there are a few things I would like to share with you

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FFLC – Minna no Nihongo Vocabulary and Kanji Through Stories Vocab Words Memrise Courses

So, I really like duplicating information into different formats. One of my favorite duplications is taking text from a book (especially lists, but sometimes chunks of information as

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