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About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.

Japanese Kanji – Peace

When you look at a Japanese kanji, first comes to your mind is probably how complected it looks . But do you know that it has meanings. Today I show you one of Japanese Kanji. PEACE 平和 What do you … Continue reading

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Explains the Safety of Fukushima Rice in USA [We want them to buy ]

According to News Web Easy, there was a big incident at a nuclear plant in Fukushima in 2011. After that USA tightened the rule of importing from Fukushima, Japan until 2021 because USA concerned about the safety of any food … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [ICHI GATSU TUITACHI] “1st of January” New Year’s Song

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Ebi de Tai o Tsuru

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. Today’s kotowaza 海老で鯛を釣る Ebi de tai o tsuru Few words for you. Ebi – a shrimp Tai – sea bream … Continue reading

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Japanese New Year Dishes – Osechi Ryori

In 2020, I was in Japan having a New year at Onsen. The below was the New Year foods that I had as a breakfast on the 1st Jan.  Osechi Ryori is a special meal for a new year. Usually … Continue reading

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Gold Gotten at A Hot Spring

According to News Web Easy, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology told that they have discovered a method of getting gold. Gold is melted in Magma. Gold is melted by hot water around magma and then rises to the … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2023 – Usagi doshi – The year of The Rabbit!

Thank you all for reading my blogs last year. Hope the year 2023 will bring you much happiness, a good health and a good prosperity. AKEMASHITE OMEDEDO GOZAIMASU – Happy New Year! This is the Year of the Rabbit in … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [おおさむこさむ] “Oosamu kosamu”

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Uma no mimi ni nenbutsu

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. Today’s kotowaza 馬の耳に念仏 Uma no mimi ni nenbutsu Few words for you. Uma – a horse mimi – an ear … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Homura 炎 by LiSA

Homura (Flame) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called Homura by LiSA. “Homura” (炎, Flame) is a song by Japanese singer LiSA. It is the singer’s seventeenth single and includes three other tracks. The song was released on October 14, 2020, by Sacra Music and Sony … Continue reading

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冬の景色 - 霜 Winter Scenery – Frost

Today-s words 寒い - SAMUI . That is all I can say right now. マイナス 1度 - mainasu ichido - 1 dgreee 霜 -shimo – frost

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The Japanese Government「Please save electricity from 1st December」

According to News Web Easy, the Japanese government is asking to save electricity by reducing the usage of electricity at houses and at offices from 1st December till 31st of March. This is because there is major concern about possible … Continue reading

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Uma no mimi ni nenbutsu

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. Today’s kotowaza 馬の耳に念仏 -uma no mimi ni nenbutsu Few words for you. Uma – a horse Mimi – a ear … Continue reading

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Zenko-ji Nagano

I went to Nagano City to visit a Zenko-ji in 2015. It was summer. Zenkō-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Nagano, Japan. The temple was built in the 7th century.  It takes about two hours from … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’S J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Kazarijyanainoyo namidawa/ Tear is not an decoration by Akina Nakamori (中森明菜)

Kazarijyanainoyo Namidawa 中森明菜 The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called Kazarijyanainoyo namidawa by Akina Nakamori. Akina Nakamori is a biggest and most popular pop ideal singer in 80’s. She was pretty and sexy somehow. And her vocal control … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES –  アニメ絵本話 “くわん、くうた・Ate, did not eat “

This is about a Japanese Picture book story – “A Failure of A Jellyfish ” Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Yu-yake Koyake] “Sunset Glow” (夕焼け小焼け) 

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Convey Charm of A Nishikigoi「World Nishikigoi Summit」Foreign Ambassadors Attend

According to News Web Easy, Nishikigoi originally came from Nigata prefecture, is a carp with beautiful patterns and colors. On 6th of November, at Nigata City, World Nishikigoi Summit was held to convey the charm of Nishikigoi and in order … Continue reading

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Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー)

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634 meters in March 2011 by Wikipedia

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES –  アニメ絵本話 “くわん、くうた・Ate, did not eat “

This is about a Japanese Picture book story – “A Failure of A Jellyfish ” Continue reading

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