Japanese Study

How to say yes in Japanese – Saying Yes in Japanese

“Yes” and “No” can be the first few words you learn when learning Japanese. If you are a beginner in learning Japanese, you must have already learned that &...

The most difficult Japanese Kanji

Kanji is hard to learn – do you know what the world’s most difficult Japanese Kanji are?  This blog will show you some of them. Originated from China, kanji takes...

Top 10 Most Popular Japanese Names for Boys and Girls

What makes a Japanese important? And why do Japanese parents choose certain names for their children? This article will cover information about Japanese names – as well as the most popular names for Japanese boys and girls currently.

Guide to Your Japanese Treadmill

Nowadays more and more people go to the gym regularly to have a healthy lifestyle. This infographic describes what each button on a Japanese treadmill means, it will help you under...

Japanese Guide: How to Apply for the JLPT Online!

It’s almost that time of the year again where most of us are getting all ready to sign up for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, otherwise known as the JLPT....

Guide to your Japanese Bathtub!

Who could say no to a warm bubblebath? With Japanese innovations, your bathtime might not be the same. Learn what each button says on your bathtub control here.

Guide to Japanese Toilets! Japanese Toilet Buttons Infographic

One thing people might tell you to prepare yourself for before going to Japan is about the toilets. Impress your friends with your knowledge of the kanjis on Japanese washlets!

Learn Japanese – Tidying up with Marie Kondo – 18 Common Phrases

Recently, Netflix has released a new series called “Tidying up with Marie Kondo” which has been a hit! Today, we will be introducing 18 common phrases used in the show by Marie!

Guide to Japanese Washing Machines!

Some clothes have to be washed in warm water to retain its quality. Know which button to press when you want to wash your clothes with this Japanese Washing Machine Guide.

Taking a Look at some ~tto Words: Motto, Chotto, Kitto, Zutto, Yatto

When we’re first introduced to the Japanese Language, I’m sure most of us had come across some ~tto words that left us perplexed. From words such as like Motto, Chotto,...

Counting in Japanese: Nouns, Time and the Frequency of Occurrence using Japanese Counters

In English, we’d often learn how to count from a very young age and it can be really simple! From one chair to even five dogs. However, things may start...

6 Different Japanese Superlatives to help you Express Yourself!

Ever ate that one dish that made you go like “Wow, that’s SUPER delicious!” or saw that one product that made you go like: “Err… That’s RIDICULO...