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Konnichiwa! It rarely snows in Tokyo compared to Hokkaido but it did this year!
It was very cold but the beautiful scenery before my eyes made me forget how cold it was.
Spring is almost here so I compiled short videos I filmed during winter.
I hope you enjoy! 😊
Thank you for watching! ❄⛄
Nagano, Japan Vlog
Climbing Mt. Takao in Japan
Autumn at Inokashira Park, Japan
The Japanese language has 3 different writing styles, namely the Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to read AND write kanji. I’ve created a video to show you the proper way of writing them as well as proper pronunciation.
If you don’t want to watch the video, just keep scrolling.
One ( 一 ) いち ( ichi )
Two ( 二 ) に ( ni )
Three ( 三 ) さん ( san )
Four ( 四 ) よん ( yon )
Five ( 五 ) ご ( go )
Six ( 六 ) ろく ( roku )
Seven ( 七 ) なな/しち ( nana/shichi)
Eight ( 八 ) はち ( hachi )
Nine ( 九 ) きゅう ( kyuu )
Ten ( 十 ) じゅう ( jyuu )
Hundred ( 百 ) びゃく ( hyaku )
Thousand ( 千 ) せん ( sen)
Ten thousand ( 万 ) まん ( man )
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Thank you for reading and good luck on your language learning journey! 🤗
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Cup Noodle Museum in Japan
Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo
1. That’s not how it was in the book.
2. You, I like you.
4. How in the world is the author going to sum all this up?
5. What did I used to do before this?
6. At the library
7. It’s the end of the world.
Which one can you relate to the most? Let me know in the comment section. 😺📚💕
Mini Book Haul
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Google Translates Book Titles Part 1
Google Translates Book Titles Part 2