As someone who's Japanese ability is not high enough for native Japanese news it can be sad. Why sad? Because it makes you feel like you can't read anything nor understand what is written. Plus constantly looking up words can take away the enjoyment. So what can you do? Ta-da! You can go and check … Continue reading NHK News Web Easy
YAY! Thanks to Samsung finally bringing more languages with their new update, I can now choose to have Japanese for interface language. This is such a nice thing, although I am always torn apart between which languages to set since I learn a lot of them. So back to today's post, it's gonna be about...... … Continue reading FeeDog -개밥바라기
Jisho.org is probably my most favourite online dictionary. Why? -It's simple to use and in my opinion is very useful. What makes it easy? Many functions available: you can type, draw it, choose from radicals or say the word. When you look up a word, translation is given. Also, you can see kanji and other … Continue reading Jisho.org- Online Japanese dictionary
Today I want to write about popteen, a monthly teenage fashion magazine. I got it from my friend as a gift back in July (?) 2013... So I have it for almost two years and it's an old issue~~ I haven't, purchased any popteen issues since then. As you can see it's a fashion magazine … Continue reading ポップティーン (POPTEEN)
When people start learning Japanese, they don't know all kanji. Therefore, when you read an article or anything in Japanese you are most likely to meet a new kanji. And you don't know how to pronounce it.You can certainly look it up on google translate, but there is an app. Furigana reader. It's good, you … Continue reading Having problem with Kanji?
When you learn a language, you always try to find some free resources, right? For example, you might look for something to help you with your reading or listening. So here I am today, sharing with you another awesome blog where you can practice reading Japanese. It's ...... http://chokochoko.wordpress.com/ It's really nice and useful! They even … Continue reading Japanese reading