Japonesca


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New Blog: Japonesca

Spanish blog where I’m publishing one by one the study of the 1.006 kanjis that children learn in primary school, all of them analyzed and with examples. I think is a good tool por both japanese and spanish students.

About this Japan blogger

Catalina Higuera Castro started sudying japanese language twenty-five years ago. She has been invited by Japan Foundation to a travel for japanese outstanding students in 1991. She has worked in different enterprises related to japan, being the most important de Japan Pavilion in EXPO’92 in Sevilla, and as a entertainer in Parque España, in Ise Shima, Mie -ken, Japan.

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Sakura Index


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New Blog: Sakura Index

Sakura Index – Indexing Anime and Japanese Culture is a blog all about Games, Anime, Events, Cosplay, Language Study and a bunch of random stuff that may or may not be relevant to an anime fan or to a fan of Japanese culture, right here in the Philippines.
The title and name of the blog was taken from ‘A Certain Magical Index’, an anime in which has been a favorite of the bloggers.

About this Japan blogger

Writer, blogger, self-proclaimed Photoshop expert, frustrated developer and game designer. Alex has worked as a Supervisor – Community Game Master for IP E-Game Ventures, Inc. He also has owned and operated a web-blog service Seitoukai.NET, as well as a paid hosting service Cyber Connect Media.
Currently studying Nihongo at the Nihongo Center Foundation in Makati City, he aims to be able to engage clients and companies in Japan.

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Il. Diario. Di. Laura ラウラの日記


Addition to Japan Blog Directory

New Blog: Il. Diario. Di. Laura  ラウラの日記

トスカーナで私の家伝統やレシピ/イタリア料理
A blog about the author’s life in Tuscany, Italy and Italian food recipes.

About this Japan blogger

はじめましてみなさん!
私の名前はラウラといます。専門は展示会のオーガナイザー。趣味は日本語の勉強することと料理することです。
イタリアレシピをつくりますやイタリア伝統とを言います。
にほんじんの友だちをたくさん作りたいと思っています。どうぞよろしくお願いします。

Hello! I’m Laura and I’m living in Siena, Tuscany. I’m an exhibition organizer and I spend my freetime making photos, coooking and studying japanese.  I’ve been in Japan twice and I loved it, so I decided to learn more about the culture and the language.
So I started to write this blog to improve my japanese. I’ll tell you about italian  and Tuscan food, recipes and culture.

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Advanced Japanese for Beginners


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New Blog: Advanced Japanese for Beginners

Japanese linguistic trivia. Interesting etymologies, history and word play, covering vocabulary, grammar, kanji and pronunciation. It’s not a Japanese learning blog, but just a collection of things I’ve found interesting in the course of my studies. Some knowledge of Japanese is required, but I hope it’s still accessible enough for the beginner.

About this Japan blogger

Living in Japan for about 10 years. Spent inordinately long learning a language that doesn’t really pay back the time put in in material terms, but is still pretty interesting none the less. Very little formal training in Japanese, but most of the interesting stuff isn’t taught in those lessons anyway.

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Ado’s Notes & Tweets


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New Blog: Ado’s Notes & Tweets

It is a very new blog on which you can find relevant language info and Japan-related articles.

About this Japan blogger

I have just started a Japanese related blog and I have been learning Japanese on and off for many years and would appreciate comments and advice.

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Japan, Learn Japanese, Japanese Culture


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New Blog: Japan, Learn Japanese, Japanese Culture

This blog began as a way to teach Japanese to the people, but soon started to change and now it’s more about the Japanese culture. Why? Because when you begin to study Japanese you begin to fall in love with the Japanese culture

About this Japan blogger

I’m from the south of Cadiz, I always loved Japan but I was never interested too much until I began to blog. Now I understand more about this culture and I think it is good to be able to show what I know to others. A different culture but an amazing one.

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Viajar a Japon, Aprender Japones, Japon


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New Blog: Viajar a Japon, Aprender Japones, Japon

Blog que nació con la única intención de aprender japonés y que después pasó a tratar sobre temas más generales. Hoy en día el blog acapara diversos temas referentes a una única temática: Japón

About this Japan blogger

Nací en Cádiz y a la vuelta de mi primer viaje a Japón supe que tenía que conocer más de este país y su cultura. Poco a poco me fui interesando más en su cultura mientras aprendo japonés para que mi próximo viaje a Japón pueda integrarme más con su sociedad.

Ryuugo


Addition to Japan Blog Directory

New Blog: Ryuugo

Ryuugo is your portal to Japan www.ryuugo.com, so let’s improve our Japanese culture and language using this interactive blog full of articles about everything related to Japan and also you can find there awesome information that you may find very interesting!

About this Japan blogger

Yahia from Algeria, I’m 24 years old and I work as a doctor. Hajimemashite !

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Joy o’ Kanji


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New Blog: Joy o’ Kanji

In my weekly blog, JOK Notebook, I write about the joyful discoveries I constantly make in my study of kanji. I’m trying to entice people to fall in love with kanji, just as I have. To understand kanji, you need to know a great deal about Japanese culture, so I inevitably end up giving a lot of cultural context in my JOK Notebook posts.

JOK Notebook is just one facet of a much larger site, Joy o’ Kanji. With Joy o’ Kanji, I’m writing 1 essay about each of the 2,136 Joyo kanji. The site showcases these essays (which are for sale), as well as a lot of free content that I’ve written about kanji, helping to provide a map for this chaotic territory.

About this Japan blogger

I am a writer in Berkeley, California. A longtime Japanophile, I started learning Japanese in 2001. In 2009, Stone Bridge Press published my book, “Crazy for Kanji: A Student’s Guide to the Wonderful World of Japanese Characters.”  From 2007 through 2010 I wrote weekly Kanji Curiosity blogs for JapanesePod101.com.  I have spoken on public radio about my love of kanji.

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Julie Learns Japanese – Ikimasho!


Addition to Japan Blog Directory

New Blog: Julie Learns Japanese – Ikimasho!

My adventures in learning Japanese and my love affair with Japanese culture, history, pop culture…From the day I fell in love with Toshiro Mifune-san to the day I found myself singing children’s songs in Japanese class with my fellow adult white non-native speakers…From struggling to learn the kanas and kanji to hearing myself speak Japanese in my dreams…I want to share stories, thoughts and goals on a journey that I expect will take the rest of my life….

About this Japan blogger

Lives near Santa Monica, loves Tofu-ya and tiny colored pencils they sell at the Japanese bookstore nearby.  Wishes she could meet a handsome Japanese -American man who could help her take her learning to the next level!

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