Nipponrama is the blog of Michael, a Frenchman living in Tokyo since 2016. He shares his expat experiences and tips in Japan. Take a look at this blog if you want to travel or live in Japan. You can also learn the basics of the Japanese language and find out more about Japanese pop culture as J-pop, anime and manga. This blog about Japan is available in several languages, including: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Thai, Vietnamese and Indonesian.
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Cet article How to say “I love you” in Japanese: Aishiteru or Suki da yo? est apparu en premier sur Nipponrama.
There are many ways to say thank you in Japanese. This is due to the complexity of the concept of politeness in Japan. For this reason, you can’t use the same expression of gratitude in all contexts and with everyone. In this article, we will see about twenty ways to express gratitude, to respond to […] Cet article Arigato gozaimasu: 21 ways to say thank you in Japanese est apparu en premier sur...
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Cet article Himeji castle: the white heron keep est apparu en premier sur Nipponrama.
You work in Japan and you hear all day long “Otsukaresama deshita” without understanding what this Japanese expression means? Read this article and you will know all the secrets of this magic formula. What is the meaning of Otsukaresama deshita? Otsukaresama deshita. お疲れ様でした。 おつかれさまでした。 This expression means “Good job” or “Thank you for your work”. […] Cet article Otsukaresama: an unavoidable expression in Japanese...
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