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20 phrases : How to say you’re welcome in Japanese ?

This article gathers 20 handy ways of saying "you're welcome in Japanese" and provides the kanji, hiragana and romaji readings for each expression.
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150+ Useful words and phrases for daily life in Japan

This article provides the most essential words, adjectives and verbs that will enrich your conversational skills and help you to survive to any basic situations when coming to Japan.
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Anime glossary #1 : Best quotes from Naruto

This article gathers the best quotes from the Naruto anime and provides translations and grammar explanations.
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Daily life vocabulary #1 : smartphones and batteries

This article provides a list of words and examples that would be useful to your daily life in Japan, such as May I borrow your charger ? Would you have an extension cord ?
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The 31 most used counter words in Japanese [with examples]

This article explains what are the most usual counter words in Japanese and how to read, write and use each of them. Do you know how to count chicken ;p ?
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What is the difference between わけがない and わけじゃない ?

In this article, I will explain the difference between two expressions that look similar but have very different meanings : わけがない and わけじゃない.
JLPT - All vocabulary list

スプーン – JLPT N5 Vocabulary

スプーン (supuun), spoon. Learn how to read and use this word in Japanese.
JLPT - All vocabulary list

セーター – JLPT N5 Vocabulary

セーター (seetaa), sweater, jumper. Learn how to read and use this word in Japanese.
JLPT - All vocabulary list

フォーク – JLPT N5 Vocabulary

フォーク (fooku), fork. Learn how to read and use this word in Japanese.
JLPT - All vocabulary list

図書館 – JLPT N5 Vocabulary

図書館 (toshokan), library. Learn how to read and use this word in Japanese.
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