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5 Websites with Japanese Word Games You Can Play for Free


Who doesn’t love playing a good game?

Games provide us with a way to escape from reality and to have some fun during our downtime.

But believe it or not, games can also be great teachers.

Learning with games—especially …

5 Advanced Japanese Lessons Online for Native-level Fluency


It’s been a long road, but you’ve finally made it.

You’re officially an advanced Japanese learner.

The journey has probably been a difficult one but ultimately incredibly rewarding.

Celebrate! Be proud of yourself! Far too many don’t get to …

Learn Like a Kid: 6 Japanese Music Videos for Kids and Learners


Ah, those childhood days.

Adventures, games, top-notch “No, you’re stupid!” discussions and so much more fun and joy.

Boy, don’t we all wish we could go back to that time?

We’ve got news for you: you can!

Grab your potties, …

Learn Japanese with Audiobooks: 5 Books (and 3 Resources) to Freshen Up Your Japanese


Is the act of reading a good book finally dying out?

We firmly believe that it isn’t.

However, we definitely can see why curling up with a good book is a bit harder to manage nowadays.

Between work, school and …

Anime for Japanese Learners: 6 Sites to Watch Authentic Shows with Subtitles


Learning Japanese with anime sounds a little bit crazy.

I mean, you’re watching TV.

It seems way too easy to be studying!

But if you’re leaving TV and movies out of your learning regimen, you’re actually missing out.…

Binge-Watch for Fluency: Learn Japanese with YouTube Using These 4 Tips


YouTube isn’t just a place to watch people eat copious amounts of food or play video games.

It’s also a fantastic resource for learning a new language.

We’re not just talking about watching Japanese lessons on YouTube, either (though …

Now What?! 6 Intermediate Japanese Courses for Focused Learning Beyond the Basics


Nobody likes to be stuck in the middle.

Middle school? Middle of a work shift? Middle seat in the back of a car?

No thanks.

And nothing makes you feel stuck in the middle like being an intermediate language learner