Welcome everybody, I am here to share with you another interesting article by Sean, given the interest on the first one I published last week. Always striving to learn Japanese, this time we will focus on the more specific topic of how the japanese language works, and what are the main difficulties you will find on your way.Continue reading
My first time in Yokohama was a success; I loved the city, the very different landscapes that it offers and the multiple atmospheres you can enjoy. Plus, it’s so close to Tokyo that you can add it to your schedule for a short day-trip on the coast. So, I prepared a short gallery to share with you this lovely spot in Japan, in case you are thinking about adding some more adventure to your trip.Continue reading
I did it again, a Tokyo Vlog: I escaped to Tokyo for one day, and I went back to some lovely neighborhood. Yes, again, they are very popular and crowded, and touristic, bla bla bla… Yet, there are some beautiful places, especially in Ueno, where you can actually enjoy the local life.Continue reading
Good morning everyone! My Japanese adventures are still going on, and in the next days I will post some new glances about Tokyo life and craziness, BUT today I am so happy to share with you a guest article by Sean Hopwood, founder of Day Translation, Inc.
Here you have his top five locations to practice your Japanese – in Japan of course! Enjoy!
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I think you all know by now how much I love Japan. And also Japanese traditional outfit. So when it came to chose the outfit for my wedding, I clearly had no doubts; a (non)traditional Japanese kimono.Continue reading
There is a particular care in Japan when dealing with one’s deceased relative. It’s a very intimate and delicate moment, and it requires a lot of attention and dedication, in order to peacefully lead the dead in the land of the other world.Continue reading