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Podcasting "Learn To Speak Japanese" Lessons.
The "Learn Japanese" is for those who want to learn Japanese for Real Communications.

You will also learn how to write Japanese symbols such as Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana symbol.

It’s an incredible experience to be able to speak with others in a different language.

You will be able to enter into a different culture, a different world!

Being bilingual is a very special ability, and it’s a gift that I want to give to you.

So are you ready to know the secret to learning a Japanese language?

Japanese Podcasting Lessons: Learn to speak Japanese and write Kanji symbol‪s‬ Takanori Tomita

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Podcasting "Learn To Speak Japanese" Lessons.
The "Learn Japanese" is for those who want to learn Japanese for Real Communications.

You will also learn how to write Japanese symbols such as Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana symbol.

It’s an incredible experience to be able to speak with others in a different language.

You will be able to enter into a different culture, a different world!

Being bilingual is a very special ability, and it’s a gift that I want to give to you.

So are you ready to know the secret to learning a Japanese language?

    How To Write Four Winds in Kanji symbols

    How To Write Four Winds in Kanji symbols

    Today's Japanese podcasting lesson teach you how to write and pronouce Four Winds - North, South, East, West in Japanese Kanji symbols.

    Each wind is written as a single kanji symbol, and has different pronunciation, and changes depending on how they are used,

    Please click here to see how to write them in Japanese kanji symbols

    Also, don't forget to subscribe our FREE 7 days Japanese lessons as well.

    • 2 Min.
    Japanese Kanji Symbol Lesson - Honor

    Japanese Kanji Symbol Lesson - Honor

    Hello Everyone
    This is Takanori Tomita.

    From today, we will start Japanese kanji symbol lesson,
    which show you the popular kanji writing in Japanese,
    as we receive a lot of requests from our listners.

    Also, we will teach you how to pronouce them in Japanese.
    Click Play button to listen to the pronunciation.

    However, we can not reply each request individually.
    So, we will post only Japanese kanji symbol which is
    popular for Westerners.

    Anyway, let's start!
    Today's Japanese kanji symbol is Honor.
    In Japanese, it is called "Meiyo".

    • 1 Min.
    • video
    How to write and speak

    How to write and speak

    Today's Japanese lesson teach you how to say "I understand" in Japanese. In this video lesson, you will learn the present sentence, past sentence, negative sentence and past negative sentence of "I understand" in Japanese.

    By the way, this is the sample of our NIHONGO Japanese package.
    This is the Japanese course, which provide textbooks, audio and a variety of video lesson to teach you how to speak Japanese for real communication.

    • 3 Min.
    • video
    Understanding Japanese Kanji for places in Japan

    Understanding Japanese Kanji for places in Japan

    Even been to Japan?
    If you have, you might have notced that there are many signs which are written in Japanese kanji symbols.
    But, could you understand them?

    You know, understanding Japanese kanji symbols is actually not hard, if you remember a simple rule.

    • 3 Min.
    How To Speak Japanese in a polite way

    How To Speak Japanese in a polite way

    Today's Japanese spekaing lesson is the difference between masu, masen, mashita, and masen deshita.

    Listen to the audio and understand the difference.

    • 3 Min.

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daswunschkind ,

Sorry, but quite useless....

The author is trying to give a first impression of the japanese language by explaining a sentence or an expression each time.
But he gets muddled quite often, so I have to say that he doesn´t prepare a single cast.
Then he is speaking too fast, ending "Quite simple, isn´t it?" and doesn´t explain the backgrounds or structure of the language.
In combination with the very poor quality of the recordings, it is waste of time.
Sorry, Takanori, and Sayonara!

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