About Gunma | Tourist Guide of Gunma Prefecture || Bureau of Tourism, Gunma Prefectural Government Only 100 kilometers away from Tokyo,the shape of soaring crane appears in the heart of Japan. Gunma Prefecture is located right at the center of the Japanese islands. The shape of the prefecture resembles a crane flapping its widely spread wings so much, as it is referred to as “Gunma Prefecture with the shape of a soaring crane” in a local card game which is popular among residents of the prefecture. Not only is Gunma blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, such as famous mountains including Jomo-Sanzan (three famous mountains in Gunma: Akagi, Haruna and Myogi), Mt. Asama and Mt. Tanigawa and Oze national park, but it also has cites where holds history of flourishing culture. Gunma—Home of many Japan’s Firsts and Japan’s Bests in onsen! Gunma Prefecture has more than 200 onsen (hot spring), most notably the four onsen areas, Kusatsu, Ikaho, Minakami, and Shima. See the changes of the seasonsreflected in the abundant water and nature. Various fresh ingredients can be found in Gunma.
Cet automne, les collections de la BULAC se dévoient... < Article précédent 9/12/2012 11:17 Il y a : 1 year Catégorie : Collections Ce domaine est composé de 62 000 ouvrages (40 000 ouvrages en japonais) et de 147 revues. Les premiers ouvrages acquis par la bibliothèque de l’École des langues orientales sont rédigés par des Jésuites, tel le Lettere Dell'India Orientale de 1580. Les principales disciplines représentées sont la linguistique (langue ainu incluse), la littérature, l’histoire, puis la philosophie et les sciences sociales ainsi que les recueils de documents primaires (œuvres complètes, anthologies, recueils de documents d’histoire nationale et locale). Les collections en magasins : 41 000 volumes communicables, dont les revues de plus de 10 ans. Dans les collections de la Réserve sont réunis les ouvrages rares et précieux, consultables sous certaines conditions.Par exemple : Konrei Ôshinadai. Des revues en ligne et des bases de données : Chargé de collections sur le domaine japonais : email@example.com
KOTONOHA「現代書き言葉均衡コーパス」 少納 Japanese Reading Practice For Beginners Of course, there are plenty of resource out there to help intermediate and advanced learners of Japanese to practice their reading. They can use any Japanese book, manga, blog, or website and study away to their heart’s content. For beginners, though, finding Japanese things to read that are at or around your level is a pain. There’s good reason that beginners don’t have as much to study with, though. Since it’s normally pretty hard for beginners to find reading resources (and because I get this email like every day, it seems), I thought it would be good to put together a list of resources for beginners to study with. Have fun! Japanese Children’s Newspapers You probably know about newspapers for adults, but did you know about newspapers just for children? Kodomo Asahi Heralding from the adult Asahi Shinbun comes “Kodomo Asahi,” a version of their newspaper made for children. Both are fairly basic, but of course the elementary school one is going to be a lot simpler. Visit: Kodomo Asahi
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List of Kanji にん person Click for more info 王おう king, rule, magnate Click for more info 犬いぬ dog Click for more info 音おと sound, noise Click for more info 一いち one Click for more info 右みぎ right Click for more info 雨あめ rain Click for more info 円えん circle, yen, round Click for more info 下した below, down, descend, give, low, inferior Click for more info 火ひ fire Click for more info 花はな flower Click for more info 貝かい shellfish Click for more info 学がく study, learning, science Click for more info 気き spirit, mind Click for more info 九きゅう nine Click for more info 休きゅう rest, dayoff, retire, sleep Click for more info 玉たま jewel, ball Click for more info 金きん gold Click for more info 空そら empty, sky, void, vacant, vacuum Click for more info 月がつ month, moon Click for more info 見けん see, hopes, chances, idea, opinion, lookat, visible Click for more info 五ご five Click for more info 口くち mouth Click for more info 校こう exam, school, printing, proof, correction Click for more info 左ひだり left Click for more info 三さん three Click for more info 山やま mountain
Manga ready for India debut Manga, the comic art form from Japan is slowly gaining in popularity with Indians, according to Ed Chavez, the head of Manga Comics who was here to attend the annual comic convention. With 'Chi' a lovable manga comic character for company, Chavaz took the stage at Dilli Haat, the venue of the 3rd Annual Indian Comic Con, to talk about Japanese comics in India. "We will be here in India with Manga comics very soon," said Chavez, Director Marketing of Vertical Inc, one of the leading manga publishers in the world. "Initial talks are on between different publishers," he added. Founded in 2003, the New York-based publishers Vertical, Inc. are North America's premier source for eclectic modern Japanese pop content. Beginning in late 2003, Vertical launched its first graphic novel series "Buddha". "In Japan, comics are popular as movies do their business in the US. The comics are usually written to read from from top to, bottom, to resemble the Japanese script. "I am more of a comic person.
TextFugu Online Japanese Textbook Teaching reading IS rocket science - Louisa Moats Before you start reading, and before you start writing, you’re going to learn how to pronounce nearly all the “sounds” of the Japanese language. If you can’t pronounce anything, you won’t be able to read or write anything either. If you learn how to pronounce something while you’re learning to read and write it, you’ll run into overload. By learning pronunciation first (without knowing how to read or write anything) you’re essentially breaking the process up into smaller pieces and ultimately saving yourself a lot of time. In order to learn the pronunciation, though, we’re going to use hiragana. So, let’s get going, eh? 前 →
35 widely unknown Japanese internet slang terms This recent ranking survey from goo Ranking was quite an effort to translate, a look at current net slang that are not yet widely known. Here is a related survey from a couple of years ago. Demographics Over the 5th and 6th of October 2012 1,064 members of the goo Research monitor group completed a private internet-based questionnaire. 58.2% of the sample were female, 10.5% in their teens, 13.7% in their twenties, 26.6% in their thirties, 27.6% in their forties, 11.7% in their fifties, and 9.9% aged sixty or older. Note that the score in the results refers to the relative number of votes for each option, not a percentage of the total sample. Number 16 was the first one I knew, having seen it used and explained on TV just last week! Here’s a video for number five: Ranking result Q: What current net slang do you think is not yet widely known? goo ranking,slang
Du manga japonais en Inde, grâce à l'éditeur américain Vertical Le marché du livre indien semble définitivement l'un des plus convoités. Ainsi la société Vertical Inc., et son directeur marketing, Ed Chavez, venus pour la 3e conférence autour de la BD indienne promettent des nouveautés sous peu. « Nous serons en Inde, avec des mangas, très rapidement », déclare-t-il plein d'entrain et d'allant. Parler de manga et de création japonaise en Inde n'est pas évident. Et depuis, l'éditeur est devenu la plaque incontournable en matière de manga, Seinen, mais également Jōsei. « Au Japon, les mangas sont aussi populaires que les films peuvent l'être aux États-Unis. D'ailleurs, entre les deux mondes, des passerelles de plus en plus fréquentes sont jetées, avec des adaptations qui n'en finissent plus : Spiderman, Batman, Superman et autres X-Men... la liste est longue, avec des problématiques juridiques que l'on connaît, notamment dans le cas de Superman. « Je suis une personne qui préfère les comics. Pour approfondir