AIUEO Japanese Learning Blog

Mi – Mikan – How to say Mandarin Orange in Japanese

This week Yasuko Hidari will share with us about the culture behind the Mikan -(Mandarin Orange in Japanese) and how your style of eating it can show your personality.

What is the meaning of “Magokoro” in Japanese – AIUEO

What is the Meaning of Magokoro in Japanese? 日本語版はこちら! Magokoro: a true heart – a heart with no deception or a façade – Sincerity. “To put your heart in a......

AIUEO – Ho – Horyu-ji – Famous Japanese Temple in Nara

日本語はこちら Horyu-ji is a temple in Nara that was built around 1,300 years ago. It is said to be the oldest surviving example of wooden architecture (buildings made of wood)......

AIUEO - He (へ) – 凹む (Hekomu) – Meaning of Hekomu in Japanese

Do you know the meaning of the word hekomu in Japanese? This article will teach you about this interesting character.

How to use Hutsuni in Japanese – AIUEO

This week – Yumi Yoshida sensei will teach us how to use the Japanese word hutsuni. Hutsuni in Japanese means – as expected or so – so. Learn how to use hutsuni with example sentences.

AIUEO - Hi (ひ) – Hisashiburi- Long Time No See!

This week Hidarisan will teach us one of the meaning of Hisahiburi – a very common Japanese Expression

AIUEO - Ha (は) – Haniwa- Japanese Unglazed Pottery

This week Nezu San will teach us about Japanese Haniwa Pottery

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

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

Japanese Learning Blog – AIUEO – NE – NEKO – Japanese idioms related to cats

This week – Kumi Tanaka Sensei will share with us several idioms in Japanese related to cats.

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.

AIUEO - Na (な) – Natsu Matsuri- Summer Festivals in Japan

Aiueo Blog “Summer Festivals” Na – Natsu matsuri 日本語「は」こちら Hello everyone! We have finally reached the turn around “Na” column of the Japanese alphabet. For this ...