Top 5 Japanese Dishes You Have to Try and Top 5 Dishes for the Really Brave!

All About Japanese Food

What comes to your mind when you think of Japanese food? Sushi, perhaps? Rolls containing various kinds of seafood and vegetables stuffed inside? Well, while you might find lots of sushi and rolls in Japan, they are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Japanese cuisine – there is a whole lot more for you to discover!



How much do you really know about Japan?

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Basic Japanese PronunciationIt’s often said that Japanese pronunciation is one of the easiest aspects of the language. And guess what – it’s true! But it still takes some practice, and we’re here to help you with it. We’ll introduce you to the ins and outs of Japanese pronunciation and show you how it differs from English pronunciation.

A Capsule History of Anime


It’s truly amazing how many people into Anime today seem to think that it all started about a year before they got involved in the hobby. Many will, however, tell almost identical stories about dim childhood memories of (depending on how old they are) Astro Boy, Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Gigantor, Robotech, or Star Blazers. Others wandered into a comic shop and discovered to their utter amazement that there was an Akira MOVIE to go along with their comics. Still others fell in love with Ken Ichi Sonoda’s manga (Japanese for comics) style, and had their eyes pulled out of their sockets by the animated Bubblegum Crisis. There are even people now who discovered the medium when someone they knew told them about the Ranma f dubs, or accidentally tuned in the Science Fiction Channel one Saturday morning … something that was unthinkable only a few years ago.


History Of Manga

Toba’s Choju Giga: Telling Stories With Scrolls

The tradition of narrative art or telling stories with a series of sequential images has been a part of Japanese culture long before Superman ever put on a cape. The earliest examples of pre-manga artwork that influenced the development of modern Japanese comics are commonly attributed to Toba Sojo, an 11th-century painter-priest with a whimsical sense of humor.

Choju Giga scroll painting by Toba Sojo

Choju Giga scroll painting by Toba Sojo


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The Writing System

The Japanese writing system uses two syllabic scripts, known separately as hiragana (ひらがな) and katakana (カタカナ) and collectively as kana (かな), as well as thousands of Chinese characters known as kanji (漢字). Each script serves a different function. We use hiragana for grammatical elements and for words that do not use kanji (or for words where the author doesn’t know the kanji). We most frequently use katakana to write borrowed words of foreign origin and onomatopoeic sound effects. Finally, we use kanji for words of both Japanese and Chinese origin as well as many Japanese names. More

Let’s Learn Japanese!

Εικόνα1Welcome to my fresh and new category!Learning a language isn’t easy, but by enjoying the experience and turning it into an interactive game you can truly have a lot of fun. Moreover by learning you’re exercising your brain, and so you should be faster at memorizing and doing simple mental exercises. When you learn a new language you need to put words and verbs together, which works your brain. Also, it’s the best way to be more open to a whole new culture!Hope you’ll enjoy these lessons as musc as I! More

How to Draw Facial Expressions

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How To Draw Clothes


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