This blog teaches us a popular Japanese Proverb – Su – “Suki koso monono jozu nare (What one likes, one will do well).” 好きこそものの上手なれ
With a history of almost 1300 years in Japan, we explore the origins of Children’s Day, its connections to China, and some of its most revered traditions.
Celebrated annually on 4th May, this relatively young is linked to one of Japan’s youngest colours.
On 3rd May 1947 the Constitution of Japan, also known as the “Peace Constitution” was signed, and this date has been a national holiday ever since.
The intention of Showa Day is to encourage reflection upon the years 1929-1989, otherwise known as the Showa Era – an intense time in Japan.
What do the Japanese Words “Shouganai” and “Shikata ga nai” Mean in English? 「しかた（が）ない、しょうがない」、 Shikata ga nai, shouganai There’s nothing you can do. ...
Can you tell us about yourself and how long you have been studying at Coto Japanese Academy? I’m from Malaysia and have been studying at Coto since January 2018. I...
Looking for a way to practice Speaking Japanese in Tokyo? Bento Chat Hour is perfect for you!
In this blog – we ask Daryl, an attorney and intermediate Japanese language learner about his experience with our Business Japanese Course
Going to a Tokyo Giants Baseball Game? This article will teach you Japanese Baseball Vocabulary!
The Basics of Japanese Cooking Vocabulary What are the Sa, Shi, Su, Se and So’s of Japanese Cooking? 日本語はこちら Hi there! Can you believe it’s already May!? Well, anyways, it’s....