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Christmas Carols in Japanese Part 2

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It is almost Christmas again, so I figured I would put up lyrics to some more Christmas Carols in Japanese! I did six of them before, and here are another six!! If you are interested in the first post, you can find them here Japanese Christmas Carols Part 1 Oh Come, All Ye Faithful: Kami no Miko wa, koyoi shi ... Read More »

Crock Pot Teriyaki Chicken Recipe

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This recipe is quick and easy, throw everything together in your crock pot and have delicious Teriyaki chicken!! Seriously… my chrome spell check knows “Sukiyaki” but not “Teriyaki”? Yep, added that to it’s dictionary! This recipe makes enough for feed four, but only if they only have a single serving. Double the recipe if you want leftovers! I have to ... Read More »

Lexikeet Learning Review

Disclaimer: I was given a free month of Premium Membership to work on my Japanese with Lexikeet Learning. All opinions expressed are my own unless otherwise specified. As you guys know I love sharing my love of Japan with you all. The language, the food, the nail art… Really I should share more of it with you come to think ... Read More »

JapaneseTreats.com – Japanese Candy Review

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Disclaimer: The following items were provided in order to facilitate this review. No other compensation was gained in writing of this publication. All opinions are our own unless otherwise expressly specified. Konbanwa Minna-san! (Good evening everyone!) I get to review another AWESOME Japanese candy service called Japanese Treats!  They are a very new service that sends out a box of ... Read More »

How to Ask Questions in Japanese

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It’s been too long since I have done a Japanese post! I really have to stop getting behind on evvvvvvvvvvvvverrrrrything! D: Really! So today we’re going to learn how to ask questions in Japanese: Firstly, let’s learn some basics on particles! Wa: This one can be hard to explain, it basically means that the noun used before it is the ... Read More »