japanese history

Osaka Namba Tour With Riko-chan | Riko-chan Adventure Time

2018-07-17T12:00:12+00:00

Hey guys we're back with more! This time Riko-chan will give you a little tour around Osaka's downtown area - Nanba (also spelled as Namba). Osaka is the second biggest city in Japan. Riko-chan will show you some of the major tourists hotspots and also a few hidden back-alley secrets you probably won't find in a guidebook. Let us know if you like the video and we'll make more! So leave a like on YouTube, comment, subscribe! You know what to do :) Thanks for the support! Have a great one! -R

Osaka Namba Tour With Riko-chan | Riko-chan Adventure Time2018-07-17T12:00:12+00:00

Nihon VS Nippon | What is the difference? | Japanese Word Choice

2018-07-17T12:00:20+00:00

Hey gang! As somebody who studies foreign languages I realize that often you encounter words of similar if not the same meaning. Sometimes the difference is more clear, sometimes less. This week I decided to make a video on the words Nihon and Nippon. Both of these words translate as "Japan" and use the same Kanji 日本. In most conversations / textbooks / etc. you'll often see Nihon. But maybe for instance the Japanese money has Nippon printed on it....huh? Why not Nihon? That's what this weeks video is about. Check it out, hope you'll find it useful! :) Please [...]

Nihon VS Nippon | What is the difference? | Japanese Word Choice2018-07-17T12:00:20+00:00

Digging out the dirt! The secret history of Japanese writing | Comprehensive Hiranaga & Katakana Course (Read Bellow)

2018-07-17T12:00:39+00:00

Hey there! Been a while since my last post! As I explain in the video - I was busy with Riko-chan....not like that!!! We were making a course together :P Hiragana and Katakana! We're quite proud of it, and we hope you'll love it every bit as much as we do! We've put together about 5 hours of solid comprehensive content with exact and detailed instructions on how to write these characters. Even threw in some bonus Kanji lessons to prove to you Kanji is not all that scary! The trick is to just get your feet wet! :) Please, [...]

Digging out the dirt! The secret history of Japanese writing | Comprehensive Hiranaga & Katakana Course (Read Bellow)2018-07-17T12:00:39+00:00