Akihabara in the evening
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Tripod Wonderland and Kanji tests

One thing I’m currently working on is a HD video podcast. I think this distribution form makes much sense because…

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Entering Meiji University

Todai (Tokyo university) is soooo last year! For the fourth year in a row I’m taking the JLPT (Japanese Language…

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drink
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Grammar is fun

Some of these blog’s titles are lies. It’s no lie however that I’m concentrating more on Kanji and grammar from…

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Study Hard 2.0: JLPT Preparatory Class

Finishing level 2 is like a run on top of the hill at the Naganuma park. Yesterday, a voice announced…

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Naganuma class room
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A “passed” week

This week proofed to be very successful for me. First I got my results from the JLPT level 3 back…

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Blood thirsty court ladies practicing for the JLPT

There are 5000 words I need to know for the next Japanese Language Proficiency test. That’s a lot and if…

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2kyu training in the library

Part test day! But not for me – because I had already passed that particular part test. Of course that…

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Unit Test Party

The dreaded second part of the Unit Test – while we didn’t know if we passed the written part or…

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Night life
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Me vs. JLPT: Application

I’m late, very late. Like the last two years, I plan to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. The test…

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Naganuma class room
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Part test – the verdict

School tests are like boomerangs: They always come back to you (well, I’ve heard of teachers who tend to forget…

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