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The word 面 (めん) means "face," "mask," or "surface," and the Japanese counter 面 is usually used to count masks, surfaces, and ..read more
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If you're an independent soul and would like your time in Japan to be flexible and adventurous, a working holiday could be your best ..read more
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May I present before you some new Japanese learning resources? I may?! Excellent, because last month had some real hits! Let's get right ..read more
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The Japanese counter 発 (はつ) is the counter for shots, hits, punches, and many, many more. So many, that we've dedicated most of this ..read more
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The Japanese counter 基 (き) is generally used to count big, hard-to-move installments—anything from fireplaces and statues to ..read more
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April showered us with tons of lovely new Japanese learning resources. We have an amazing selection: new apps, new shows, new games—even ..read more
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So what kinds of cups can you count with カップ? Plastic cups? Mugs? Bra cups? World Cups? Let's start with a riddle: what do a ..read more
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March has passed, but it left behind some fantastic new Japanese learning resources in its wake. In addition to the helpful apps and ..read more
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Do you like Japan and/or the Japanese language? Tofugu's looking for motivated individuals who share our love for Japan, the Japanese ..read more
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