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Why Learn Japanese? Why not? Ok, it is difficult, but we think it’s worth it. Japanese may not be the most spoken languages in the world, but as the third largest economy in the world, and one of the globes largest contributors to culture and innovation, it may be worth learning. That being said, it is also one of the hardest languages to learn. But, it's worth the effort! What if you could speak Japanese? Just imagine being able to visit Japan and actually speak with people here locally. Otherwise you’ll just be flailing your arms and trying to use...

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If you're a fan of cooking, then you know that having a great knife is important. Sure, you can get by with a cheap knife from the grocery store, but it's not going to be the same as having a quality knife that's designed for precision cutting. That's where Japanese knives come in.   Japanese knives are some of the best in the world, and they're perfect for anyone who wants to up their cooking game. In this guide, we'll go over everything you need to know about Japanese knives, including the different types of knives, the best places to...

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What Are Dorodango?  Dorodango are little balls of mud that are shaped and polished until they become glass-like orbs. They are a popular craft created by children in Japan. They are made by rolling a ball of mud on the ground, and then polishing it with wet fingers until it becomes smooth. This is a craft that is popular among children in Japan. It's not just kids who enjoy this activity - adults also take part in this activity as a hobby or as an artistic form. It is incredible to see the work and patience that masters have put...

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Kokedama moss balls are a type of bonsai, or miniature tree, that originates from Japan. The word "kokedama" literally translates to "moss ball" in English. These moss balls are created by taking a plant's root system and wrapping it in moss, then wrapping the entire ball in string. The result is a plant that can be hung from the ceiling or placed on a shelf, without the need for a pot or soil. The History of Kokedama Moss Balls The history of kokedama moss balls dates back to the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868). It is believed that this type...

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 There are many different ways to say "I love you" in Japanese, each with its own nuances and connotations. The most important thing is to choose the phrase that best conveys your particular feelings for the person you love. The Different Ways to Say "I Love You" in Japanese There are several different ways to say "I love you" in Japanese, each with its own meaning. The phrase with the deepest meaning is "aishiteru" (I love you), while some more common phrases are "suki desu" (I like you), and "daisuki desu" (I really like you). Other ways to say "I...

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