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There are always guides on what to do in Japanese summer - what about what NOT to do?Loads of online posts would tell you what you shouldn’t miss and what you must do when you travel to Japan during the summer, but in this episode, we give you the top 5 don'ts! This is podcast host Azra's last episode on the podcast - listen to the end of this episode for a special message from Azra.Azra's Instagram: @azrasyakirahPODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
We're definitely sure about something - why not express it? In this bite-sized language learning episode, we learn how to express that in Japanese!This is podcast host Azra's last episode on the Study Saturday series - listen to the end of this episode for a special message from Azra. PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Podcast host Azra covers another Japanese summer topic for you today! It’s a fun one: we look at the top 5 Japanese summer cuisines you can devour to beat the heat! Japan is big on regional and seasonal dishes, so when you’re on a trip to Japan in summer, take this opportunity to try out dishes that you can only get in summer! We’ll highlight the top 5 ones that are extremely famous during the season, and extremely cooling on the inside too. PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
This week's grammar point is extremely simple. We’re looking at how to give approximates by saying “approximately” or “about” or “around”. And to do that in Japanese, there are two words we can use: kurai or gurai. PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
As we mentioned quite a few times before, Japanese summer can be quite drastic in comparison to some of the summers you guys are used to. So why not prepare in advance in terms of what you pack so you can beat most of the heat? PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
This week's Study Saturday will be short and simple, because there’s only one phrase to learn to say “suddenly” and that’s: kyuu ni (急に).This language series offers bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Today we’ll zoom into Japan’s biggest summer festival, and that’s Obon. Podcast host Azra will be introducing the background, practices, and traditions; and talking about some of the key festival language. Keep your ears tuned for some useful and interesting related vocabulary as we go alongPODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Podcast host Azra is stripping it down to one of the basics for this week’s Study Saturday. We'll look at how to conjugate the negative forms for verbs, adjectives and nouns! It’s one of the first few conjugations, if not the first, that you learn of the Japanese language!PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
The theme of Season 13, which is only one month long, is... Japanese Summer! Are we ready to say goodbye to knits and cardigans, and welcome linen dresses and straw hats? As we start the new month of June, we’re also welcoming the hottest season of the year. And Japan’s summer is not only hot and humid, it is one of the most eventful times of the year! So to kick this season off, we’re going to look at the top 3 things to do during Japanese summer! PODCAST EXCLUSIVE FOR SEASON 13: Enter "JAPANSUMMER" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Join podcast host Azra and our special guest, Anna from Japan Wireless and Japan Web Magazine, as they discuss Japanese fashion through their own experiences and observation.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
This week is a continuation of last week’s Study Saturday, where we were looking at how to say “I completely or accidentally did” something.  Podcast host Azra covers the usage of "chau" and "jau".The Study Saturday language series breaks down Japanese grammar points in a fun and easy way! These bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
As part of our "Japanese Fashion" theme, we’ll be looking today is Japonism in fashion - looking at how Japanese fashion influenced other parts of the world, back then and today. If you haven’t already noticed, a lot of fashion styles today came from Japanese fashion, but pinpointing exactly where and how it came about that way has not been discussed much. So we’ll dip our toes in that today.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
For this week’s Study Saturday, we are going to dive a little deeper into the world of Japanese grammar. We’re looking at one out of two ways to say “accidentally do” or “completely do” something in Japanese, using "te shimau". We’ll cover the second way of saying it in next week’s episode.The Study Saturday language series breaks down Japanese grammar points in a fun and easy way! These bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Canadian singer, The Weeknd, once said, “For my generation, the bomber jacket is like a replacement for the suit jacket. It’s a piece that men wear every day, and it’s something I would wear for any occasion.”True enough, the Japanese bomber jacket known as 'sukajan' has been blowing up the streets and Instagram feeds. And when fashion enthusiasts (and even those who are not) find themselves in Japan, snagging a Japanese bomber jacket is basically senseless — it’s the perfect fashion souvenir. PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
This week, podcast host Azra is going to cover one of the basics: how to say “to become”, which uses “naru” in Japanese. It’s one of the first few grammar points you’ll learn in Japanese language learning school.The vStudy Saturday language series breaks down Japanese grammar points in a fun and easy way! These bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
There’s nothing busier than Golden Week in Japan — the tourism industry booms every year during this time as people plan big vacations domestically as well as abroad. Hotels, flights, transport and attractions will be booked up and packed; prices are through the roof! You may also find that some of the local businesses are closed during this week as the locals take time off to visit their family in a different prefecture or also travel for leisure themselves as well!This episode breaks up into two sections: we’ll take a look at what exactly is golden week, and how you can celebrate it like a local! PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Podcast host Azra believes it would be fun to have an expectation vs reality: Japanese fashion version — because what we read and see online about the fashion scene in Japan is not exactly how it is like in real life. We look at three parts of what we expect Japan’s fashion scene to be, and the actual reality of it. Are you ready?PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
Have you ever felt like you’re just a tad hungry, or need to say that you don’t really like something? This Study Saturday episode will teach you how to say that and more. We’re going to look at how to say “not very” or “not much” in Japanese.The Study Saturday language series breaks down Japanese grammar points in a fun and easy way! These bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
If you’ve kept up-to-date with the latest fashion trends and styles, you’d know that streetwear has been dominating the scene recently, particularly Japanese streetwear. Japan’s basically the OG of streetwear — a stroll around Harajuku and Shibuya neighbourhoods will leave any streetwear enthusiasts buzzing and positively overwhelmed.In this episode, we take a look at the origins of Japanese street fashion, how it is today and a quick guide on how to get all decked up in Japanese streetwear.  PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
This week’s Study Saturday looks into learning how to say: "good or bad at something".The Study Saturday language series breaks down Japanese grammar points in a fun and easy way! These bite-sized language learning episodes are formatted just like the Nihongo Master online learning system — we start out by explaining the grammar point, exemplifying them with a few example situations and then wrapping it up with a list of vocabulary words we just learned in the episode.PODCAST EXCLUSIVE: Enter "FASHION" at checkout for 50% off your entire subscription at NihongoMaster.com!Start Learning with Nihongo Master!  Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Music: https://www.purple-planet.com​​About Nihongo Master PodcastA podcast for Japanese culture enthusiasts and language learners. Brought to you by NihongoMaster.com, an e-learning site focused on helping learners at every level master the Japanese language.
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