Monthly Archives: September 2021

63% Of Tohoku people 「The Tokyo Olympic was not supportive of the recovery」

According to NHK Net News Web Easy, The Tokyo Olympic had a theme of [recovery] to encourage people and support cities where were damaged by the Great East Japan earthquake 10 years ago. NHK took an questionnaire over the internet from … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pop) – Machi Monogatari (街物語・The story of the town) by Tatsuro Yamashita

Another Sunday J-pop time! How have you been?  I have injured my ankle so I was taking it easy this week. Having lots of time relaxing I watched my favorite Japanese drama series called [Shinzaimono] written by Keigo Higashino again. … Continue reading

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Takasaki Koube Tei

This is a place in Takasaki where you can eat fine beef at a reasonable price.

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18 Common Japanese Verbs to Describe Activities 

The verbs (Doshi/どうし・動詞)Part 2 Below are possible activities I or you may take, which outlined, just a general idea. When we describe what to do, we use the verb + masu form. A. The verb + masu. For example, to pray, … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pop) – Last Love by Rihwa

Another Sunday J-pop time! Today’s song is called [Last Love] by Rihwa. Rihwa (リファ) (born October 4, 1989 as Pak Rihwa (Korean: 박리화; Kanji: 朴梨華; Japanese: パク・リファ Paku Rifa) is a Japanese pop singer. by Wikipedia. This song was used as an inserted … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “Hoshitori Meijin/The Expert in Catching Stars”

This is about a Japanese Picture book story – A rolling rice ball [omusubi kororin]. Continue reading

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