Japanese Study

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test: JLPT

Are you currently studying Japanese? If so, then you might be interested in knowing more about the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, in short, the JLPT! Launched in 1984 as a bia...

The Wonders Of Momiji Season in Japan

If you’re planning on visiting Japan, you should make the trip twice: once in the spring to experience the cherry blossoms, and once in autumn to witness the beautiful sights...

Mazakon… A Japanese slang for Momma’s boy?!

When you are learning a foreign language, studying slangs is a nice and fun way to widen your vocabulary. Not only will you speak more fluently but you will also...

Around thirty or arasaa

If you are interested in the Japanese marketing culture, you might have come across the expression “arasaa market”. As one can guess, arasaa is not originally a Japanes...

shopping in Japanese

Finally, you are living the dream here in Tokyo! Do you enjoy discovering Japanese culture and traditional food? If so, you will have a great time discovering this wonderful city a...

Moto kare and moto kano

When you are learning a foreign language, studying slangs is a nice and fun way to widen your vocabulary. Not only will you speak more fluently but you will sound...

If it’s sushi, I can make it! Sushi nara, dekiru!

Sushi is the Japanese person’s soul food, and at the same time, you could say it is the most famous Japanese cuisine worldwide. Maybe it was that sushi itself had...

Japanese slang tame

When you are learning a foreign language, studying slangs is a nice and fun way to widen your vocabulary. Not only will you speak more fluently but you will also...

Japanese Slang “damemoto”

When you are learning a foreign language, studying slangs is a nice and fun way to widen your vocabulary. Not only will you speak more fluently but you will sound...

Japanese slang “gachi”

When you are learning a foreign language, studying slangs is a nice and fun way to deepen your vocabulary. Not only will you speak more fluently but you will sound more like a nati...

A Japanese word for October: Koromogae

In Japan, the rather sudden change of seasons has lead to a very interesting custom called koromogae 「衣替え」: to change one’s wardrobe seasonally. The tradition began when all ...

What does omotenashi mean in Japan?

Omotenashs is all about offering the best service without the expectation of a reward