AIUEO Japanese Learning Blog – No – nosaido (No side)

This week we will be learning some Japanese katakana words related to Rugby from Matsumoto Sensei

AIUEO Japanese Learning Blog – Nu – Learn by stealing

This week – Yumi Yoshida will teach us about how to learn Japanese by stealing.

AIUEO - Ni (に) – Nikki- Writing a Diary

In this blog from Hidari-San we will learn the difference between writing a diary and keeping a diary in Japanese.

20 Ways to use Daijobu / Daijoubu 大丈夫 in Japanese

This blog will teach you how to use Daijobu / Daijoubu in Japanese. It lists 20 different ways that you can use daijobu / daijobu in Japanese with example sentences. So if you are looking for a quick reference that can teach you many ways of using this popular Japanese phrase – this is the blog for you!

AIUEO Learning Blog – Te – Tekito (適当) – The two meanings of Tekito in Japanese

日本語こちら A, who is a university student, told me this story the other day: “I had an interview with a company today. My university lecturer had told me to “go...

Student Story – Shannon – Learning Japanese as an Actress / Performer

What brought you to Japan? I am a performer by trade and I was sent to Japan on a 3 year assignment. I spent about 3 years here and never...

How to rent & use share bicycles in Tokyo (Docomo Sharecycle)

Want to learn how to use the red public share bicycles in Tokyo? Our students have asked for our help to understand how to use the share cycle system in...

AIUEO – Tsu – Tsui Tsui – “ついつい” in Japanese

日本語こちら Would it be strange if I said I   (“couldn’t help but study?”) “ついつい勉強してしまう” When you “couldn’t help yourself” – ついつい &...

Events in July 2018

Every month we hold cultural and social events for our students and their friends to discover more about Japanese culture, meet new friends and practice Japanese. We are looking fo...

AIUEO – “Chi” – Chahan

Today’s AIUEO Japanese learning blog is about Chahan – or fried rice. This blog will teach you how vocabulary and in the process – how to make delicious egg fried rice.

Four of the Best Apps to Learn Japanese Reading – 2018

Are you looking for the perfect app to help you learn Japanese reading?  This blog will list some of the most popular and helpful applications for learning how to read Japanese on iOS and Android mobile devices

AIUEO – Ta – Taiyaki

Japanese Version  Hello everyone! My A-I-U-E-O blog will be focusing on Ta this week. I hope that you enjoy guessing what word will come next! And today’s theme, well, if...