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Kado, Sado, Shodo: The Three Pillars of Japanese Traditional Arts

Kado, Sado, and Shodo are considered to be the most classic examples of Japanese traditional arts. Together, the three are known in Japanese as「伝統三道 dentou sandou」. In this article, we bring you on an...

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Arigatou and More: How to Say Thank You in Japanese in All Types of Situations

Did you know that there are many different phrases for "thank you" in Japanese? They vary depending on the formality of the situation and your relationship with the person. Also, i...

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How to Write a Thank You Card or Message in Japanese (with Example Phrases!)

There are many opportunities to write thank you messages - whether in thank you cards or cards for other occasions including birthdays, after someone does you a favor, and so on. Make sure you know ho...

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How to Say Thank You for Listening in Japanese - in Conversation and in Speeches or Presentations

There's so many ways to say thank you in Japanese. How about when you're giving a speech or presentation, or when you want to thank a friend who's there for you? Here are some things ...

Japanese Speaking Writing Listening Business Japanese

Express Your Wishes Properly: A Variety of Happy Birthday Messages in Japanese

This special day only comes once upon a year so be sure that you are expressing it right! Did you know that birthday messages in Japanese can be different depending on your relationship? No? Now you d...

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San? Kun? Chan? Learn Which Japanese Suffix You Should Use to Call Someone

You may be confused by the many titles or suffixes attached to the end of Japanese names. -san, - chan, - kun, -sama ? Which one should you use? Why are they not used sometimes? It really depends on y...

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All About Shodo, Japanese Calligraphy

Shodo, or Japanese calligraphy, has been practiced and enjoyed by many to this day, not only to practice writing characters but as a form of meditation. But did you know that there’s 3 different...

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Starting a Writing Career in Japan

Japan has more and more visitors every year and a growing expat community leading to high demand for English content writers. Or perhaps you are inspired to write your own original work. If you have t...

Work Writing

How to Say Sorry in Japanese: in a culture that apologizes for everything

In Japan, people often apologize for many things. It doesn’t mean we are always personally in the wrong but rather, it shows awareness in our part in an interaction. Whether you are apologizing ...

Japanese Grammar Writing Business Japanese

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