Kanji of the year for 2019 is 令 photo 0blog
Kanji of the year for 2019 is 令
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令 or Rei s the Kanji Character which is the official symbol for 2019, signifying it’s origins to the beginning of the Reiwa Or ‘令和’ Era.
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The Main Difference Between「は」and「が」
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A simple question for beginners studying Japanese is, what are the main differences between「は」and「が」? Some of you may have come across them before and
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Buy 3 Get 1 Free @ Tokyo Knowledge – Asakusa, Tokyo
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We have a special campaign with Tokyo Knowledge this spring. Buy 3 get 1 free @ Tokyo Knowledge – Asakusa, Tokyo. Spring is upon us, the Cherry Blossoms
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15 Japanese Buzzwords 2017 (2017の流行語)
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Here are the 15 Japanese Buzzwords 2017 which topped our list this year. The 流行語 (Ryuukougo) or buzzwords are fashionable slogans or terms which have become
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Reiwa: 令和 The Beginning of Japan’s New Era
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Reiwa: 令和 The Beginning of Japan’s New Era was announced by the Japanese Government on 1 April Monday, 2019. At this time, Japan also entered a new financial
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The State of Being – だ, です, じゃない and じゃありません
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In this exercise, we will explore the equivalent expression of ‘to be’ or ‘not to be’ (that is the question ?… hmmm) in Japanese.  Firstly, we will look
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The Differences in Use Between「を」and「が」
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As we continue to explore the difference in Japanese particles, we will look at two which are particularly useful. These are used for distinguishing objects
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Viewing Autumn Leaves at Narita San (成田山で紅葉)
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Dating back to 940, Narita-San or more specifically Narita-San Shinsho-ji (成田山新勝寺) is a temple located in central Narita, Chiba. It is a well-known temple
Topic Marker and Sentence Ending Particles – は, も, よ & ね! image 0Info
Topic Marker and Sentence Ending Particles – は, も, よ & ね!
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In this exercise, we will examine the main particles used at the start of Japanese sentences, namely 「は」(wa), which is used to identify the topic of a sentence.
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – 広島平和記念公園
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August 6, 1945, would be the day that goes down in history that devastated the city of Hiroshima, and particularly the area surrounding the Hiroshima Memorial