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Japanese Guest Houses is a personal ryokan inn reservation service for travels interested in experiencing Japanese culture and food. "Booking with Japanese Guest Houses was so easy. Romain was so much help with arranging everything for us. We had a wonderful stay at Kijitei Hoeiso. I would highly recommend Kijitei Hoeiso and Japanese Guest Houses. Their website is so easy to understand and the...
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The fun of Japan brought to your door through delicious Japanese candy and snacks. Try anything from Cheesecake Kit Kats to DIY Sushi kits. The only way to join the community fun is by subscribing to Japan Crate! Subscribe now to start receiving monthly boxes packed full of exciting exclusive Japanese candy. All plans auto-renew & you may cancel online at any time. Hope to see you next month!...
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Learn Japanese with free online Japanese lessons on Japanese grammar, Japanese verb conjugation, and Japanese sentence structure. Introduction If you want to learn the Japanese language (or "Nihongo" as it's called in Japanese) online, you've come to the right place! Our lessons can get you well...
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The fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn Japanese and Japanese culture. Start speaking Japanese in minutes with audio and video lessons, audio dictionary, and learning community! Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101! No more dry, out of date textbook story lines! Here at JapanesePod101,...
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To be a vibrant resource, strengthening our diverse community by educating present and future generations in the evolving Japanese American experience in Hawai‘i. We do this through relevant programming, meaningful community service and innovative partnerships that enhance the understanding and...
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The Garden is open regular hours today (10am-7pm). However, due to predicted high temperatures, today’s 2pm and 4pm tours are canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. “A Japanese garden is not only a place for the cultivation of trees and flowering shrubs, but one that provides secluded leisure, rest, repose, meditation, and sentimental pleasure.”. Experience the romance and...
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With 2,800 stores in Japan and over 4,000 stores worldwide, Daiso is often called “the Japanese dollar store,” but our cute, “kawaii” designs and unique kind of value simply cannot be compared to other dollar stores. We pride ourselves on the quality, variety, and uniqueness of our wide-ranging product line, which includes everything from stationery to cosmetics to home goods. Get a taste of...
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Tradecarview is the largest used car marketplace in Japan. Used Toyota, Nissan, Honda, SUV, trucks, buses: a wide variety of Japanese second-hand vehicles for sale. Import used cars directly from Japanese exporters. Money Back Guarantee tradecarview provides a safer way to send money without worrying about overseas transaction. Shop with Confidence Our Customer Protection covers your purchase...
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A Japanese Candy Box that delivers Japanese snacks from Tokyo to your door every month with free shipping worldwide. Try ramune, Japanese Kit Kat & more! Watch this to check out our latest unboxing video featuring July's box! Your Japanese candy box features authentic Japanese snacks from your favorite brands! Our plans come in two sizes! Just choose one, place your order, and your Japanese...
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RomajiDesu is a free online bi-directional Japanese-English dictionary, Kanji dictionary, Sentence analyzer and Japanese to Romaji/English translator, and Romaji to Hiragana/Katakana Converters for Japanese learners. It features sample sentences, multiple radical lookup, audio pronunciation, and Kanji stroke orders. English Japanese dictionary: A powerful and easy to use bi-directional...
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The Japanese Page has been a resource to help thousands of people learn Japanese for free online. We have articles and lessons for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. We aimed to provide quality lessons and materials (videos, podcasts, PDFs, articles) free of charge to help students improve their Japanese. “I should have bought this book a long time ago. I have been studying Japanese...
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In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, the final section of Common Ground has been reimagined to further emphasize the redress movement, the landmark passage of the Act, and its relevance today. Select pages of the original Civil Liberties Act document will be on display through September 23, 2018, on loan from the National Archives. In hapa.me, artist Kip...
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Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood house is one of the best sushi restaurant in Virginia, serving traditional Japanese food and cuisines. Checkout our menu today by browsing our website. Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood house was founded in 1988 by our president, Marc Ha. Marc opened his first Sakura restaurant in the small town of Fredericksburg, Virginia. This restaurant had only 7 Hibachi...
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Powerful and easy-to-use online Japanese dictionary with words, kanji and example sentences. Jisho is a powerful Japanese-English dictionary. It lets you find words, kanji, example sentences and more quickly and easily. Enter any Japanese text or English word in the search box and Jisho will search a myriad of data for you. Speak! You can use words like "back", "clear", "stop", "input", or...
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Discover authentic Japanese clothing, decorations, and unique gifts at Japanese Style. Whether you are looking for traditional Japanese clothing or beautiful lawn decorations to create your very own Japanese garden, we have you covered. Explore everything Asia has to offer at Japanese Style! Create inviting spaces with elegant, Asian home furnishings. Our online collection of Asian inspired...
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Koshian (or koshi-an) is a kind of sweet red bean paste (Anko) used in a lot of Japanese sweets. While Tsubuan Anko is bean paste containing whole beans, Koshian is a strained and smooth paste. Koshian is used in many traditional Japanese desserts which have a more sophisticated feel. It tastes a little less sweet than Tsubuan Anko, and it may be easier for people who don’t like that sweet of...
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EN Japanese Brasserie, located at 435 Hudson st. New York, NY, aims to set the standard for contemporary Japanese dining with a modern version of Izakaya, traditional pub fare, served in a stylish, grand setting. We have created an extensive menu, featuring dishes as fresh tofu (prepared six times a night), Saikyo Miso Black Cod, Washugyu and Wagyu steak, an assortment of sashimi and signature...
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Members of Japanese Gardening Organization now have access to this complete encyclopedic work online. For more information or to subscribe, please . With 5 volumes, 48 chapters and thousands of pages, along with hundreds of high quality photographs in this work, a printed version was too costly. This digital format keeps with the ultimate goal of a Japanese garden ‘WIKI’ - a dynamic and...
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All that being said, TextFugu's not for everyone. That would be a silly thing to claim! No single Japanese resource is the "best" resource for every single person. TextFugu, in particular, was made for a very specific type of person. The best way to figure out if this is you? Try out Season 1. Whether you click with TextFugu or not, you'll come out on the other end with a great Japanese...
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If you have played music before, you might already be familiar with time signatures such as 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4. But have you ever heard of time signatures like 1.618 and 1.732? There is an infinite number of rhythms, including fractional, or non-integer, time signatures which, are neither random nor do they repeat. There are even fractional rhythms which go on and on and take an astronomical...
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