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Japanese Study 11 Common Japanese Phrases Using the Word “気” – Ki

What is “気” – Ki “気(ki)” literally means “gas” of “air”. In Japanese culture, it is believed that “気” is a form of...

Posted by on July 19, 2019
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,...

Events in March 2019

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...

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...

How to use the Japanese word “かっこいい (Kakkoii)”

What’s かっこいい (Kakkoii)? Calling someone… Ugly/Uncool? Sentence Examples When NOT to use かっこいい (Kakkoii)   What’s かっこいい (Kakkoii)? Ever walked across the stre...

10 Best Apps for Japanese Language Exchange

There are many uses for a Language Exchange Application. Some use it to learn and practice a new language, some may just want to find someone to talk to, while others may use it as a platform to search for their soulmate. Today, we will be introducing 10 Language Exchange Applications that you could make use of while in Japan!

Golden Week Special: 5-Day Course!

Visiting historic and beautifully crafted shrines, hiking up a scenic mountain, enjoying exciting rides at Tokyo Disneyland… Golden Week is one of the most amazing times that...

How to Break up with someone in Japanese

Hello there. You opening this post must mean that you’re dealing with some kind of relationship issue that you just couldn’t handle on your own. The first thing to remember...

Expressing Who, What, When, Where, Why and How in Japanese!

Who What When Where Why/How More commonly known as the 5W’s and 1 H, these are words there are more or less the essentials to almost every language when it...

Events in February 2019

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...

Japanese Language Guide to Rugby World Cup 2019!

Information on Event Where will it be Held? Information about the Stadiums When will it be held? Where to get the Tickets   Planning the Trip to Japan/Tokyo Do I...

New Year’s Resolution: Getting Started on Learning Japanese in 2019…?

“3…2…1! Annnnd it’s finally 2019!” Or so it would have went weeks back. With the brand new year upon us, have you made your New Year’s Resolutio...