This guide is designed to get you started on the right foot. It includes details about the Japanese language, strategies for learning, and of course, our favorite online platforms.
Would you believe that native Japanese speakers sometimes need subtitles to watch Japanese TV? That’s because Japanese isn’t homogenous but rather full of dialects with their own special features.
We’ll cover everything from the history of kanji and how it arrived in Japan from China as well as some of the important characters. Finally, read about how the Japanese learn kanji and how you can use these techniques to become literate yourself.
Once you understand what makes Japanese difficult, you’re better equipped to tackle it. This extensive overview of the Japanese language includes what you should know and the resources you should use to get started.
Heading to Japan? You probably looked up some basic phrases and found a bunch of foreign symbols that were completely illegible to you. Don’t let that stop you, though.
If you’re not proficient with the Japanese language, going to certain establishments during your visit to Japan can be daunting. One of these establishments is a restaurant.