はずかしい
Learn Japanese adjectives and how to express your feelings and emotions.
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つける ⇄ けす
Learn Japanese verb opposites. Remember them in pairs.
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一足、二足 (いっそく、にそく)
Learn how to count everyday items in Japanese.
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食堂 (しょくどう)
'Shokudo' are casual restaurants, similar to diners or cafeterias. Learn Japanese diner dishes and items.
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居酒屋 (いざかや)
Izakaya is a type of Japanese bar-restaurant where you sit down and have some drinks as you share some dishes. Learn izakaya items.
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ひらがな (hiragana)
Learn hiragana with food vocabulary. Hiragana is the core set of characters used in the Japanese language.
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果物 (くだもの)
Learn fruit names in Japanese.
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野菜 (やさい)
Learn vegetable names in Japanese.
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弁当 (べんとう)
Apple bunnies and octopus-shaped sausages — learn bento items in Japanese.
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カタカナ (katakana)
Learn katakana characters. Katakana is used for foreign and borrowed words, as well as scientific and technical terms and onomatopoeia.
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寿司 (すし)
What is sushi rice in Japanese? Learn sushi toppings and vocabulary.
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屋台 (やたい)
'Yatai' are street stalls that appear at festivals and events. Learn Japanese street stall foods and items.
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薬局 (やっきょく)
The kanji 薬 (kusuri) means medicine. Learn drugstore (pharmacy) items in Japanese.
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動詞 (どうし) Verbs
Learn verbs using arms, elbows, hands, and nails.
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日用品 (にちようひん)
Learn everyday household goods in Japanese.
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洗濯 (せんたく)
Learn laundry vocabulary and related verbs in Japanese.
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掃除用具 (そうじようぐ)
Learn cleaning supplies and tools in Japanese.
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家 (いえ)
Learn how to read and write the kanji for house. Learn kanji compounds that use 家.
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パーソナルケア (personal care)
Learn personal care items in Japanese.
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症状 (しょうじょう)
Learn medical symptoms in Japanese.
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医療用品 (いりょうようひん)
Learn medical supplies in Japanese.
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Voiced Hiragana (が・ざ・だ・ば)
Learn voiced hiragana characters with food vocabulary.
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裁縫 (さいほう)
Learn sewing materials in Japanese.
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洋服 (ようふく)
Learn clothing, accessories, and shoes in Japanese.
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梅雨 (つゆ)
Learn rainy season vocabulary.
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オノマトペ
Learn Japanese onomatopoeia related to rain and water.
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夏 (なつ)
Learn Japanese summer items and foods.
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食器 (しょっき)
Learn tableware in Japanese.
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和菓子 (わがし)
Taiyaki, matcha shaved ice, dango. Learn the different types of Japanese sweets.
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茶 (ちゃ)
Learn how to read and write the kanji for tea. Learn kanji compounds that use 茶.
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喫茶店 (きっさてん)
A 'kissaten,' or 'kissa' for short, is a traditional type of Japanese coffee shop. Learn kissa menu items.
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パン屋 (ぱんや)
Pan comes from pão, 'bread' in Portugese. Learn Japanese bakery items.
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歩く (あるく) walk
Learn Japanese verbs using legs, knees, and feet.
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Voiced Katakana (ガ・ザ・ダ・バ・パ)
Learn voiced katakana characters with food vocabulary.
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調味料 (ちょうみりょう)
調味 (ちょうみ chōmi) means to season. Learn seasonings and condiments in Japanese.
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家電 (かでん)
Learn home appliances in Japanese.
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調理器具 (ちょうりきぐ)
Learn cooking tools in Japanese.
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一膳、二膳 (いちぜん、にぜん)
Learn how to count food, dishes, and drinks in Japanese.
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文房具 (ぶんぼうぐ)
Learn stationery items in Japanese.
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聞く (きく)
Learn Japanese verbs using face parts.
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防災用品 (ぼうさいようひん)
Learn emergency supplies in Japanese.
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オノマトペ (Japanese onomatopoeia)
Learn Japanese onomatopoeia for describing food texture and flavors.
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耳かき (みみかき) earpick
Learn personal care items in Japanese.
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ワンピース (dress)
Learn waseieigo (Japanese-English) fashion terms in Japanese.
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スキンケアとメイク
Learn skincare and makeup items in Japanese.
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楽しい (たのしい) fun
Learn how to read the kanji 楽 and kanji compounds that use 楽.
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りんごあめ (candied apple)
Learn food and items related to 屋台 (やたい) street stalls.
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一枚 (いちまい)、二枚 (にまい)
Learn how to count food and ingredients in Japanese.
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