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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Aka Tonbo] “A Red Dragonfly” (あかとんぼ) 

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases – Kotowaza [ことわざ]

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. From today I will introduce Japanese sayings and together with English explanation. Hope you find it interesting. What is … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Momiji] “Autumn Leaves” (もみじ・紅葉) 

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [A Rabbit] “Usagi” (うさぎ・兎) 

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Peach Boy] “Momotaro” (桃太郎) 

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases – Kotowaza [ことわざ]

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. From today I will introduce Japanese sayings and together with English explanation. Hope you find it interesting. What is … Continue reading

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A Japanese slang – Disuru (ディスる)

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Goldfish in a nap] “Kingyo No Hirune” (金魚のひるね) 

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases – Kotowaza [ことわざ]

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. From today I will introduce Japanese sayings and together with English explanation. Hope you find it interesting. What is … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 “Tanabata sama” (たなばたさま) 

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 “Katatsumuri” (かたつむり) 

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 “AMEFURI KUMANOKO” (あめふりくまのこ) 

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Do You Know Some Japanese Greeting Words?

USEFUL DAILY EXPRESSIONS If you have Japanese friends or visit Japan, you want to speak Japanese don’t you? I wanted to speak English when I visited UK. I introduce common expressions here!!! おはようございます。Ohayogozaimasu. Good morning! こんにちは。Konnichiwa. Hello/Good afternoon. こんばんは。Kombanwa. Good … Continue reading

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