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This book brings together popular "Japan Watching" essays serialized in Hiragana Times from October 2007 to September 2009 issues. Popular with readers and highly acclaimed by those in the know, these essays introduce Japanese life through humorous episodes.

With a different set of values than foreigners, Japanese have developed their own unique social customs. We would like readers to deepen their knowledge of Japanese life through these essays.

24 "Japan Watching" stories + 9 "Japan Practices" columns

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Info
Languages: 日本語
Publisher: Hiragana Times
Place Of Publication: Japan
Published: 13 Feb 2017
About Publisher
  • Hiragana Times
    Hiragana Times introduces the real Japan to non-Japanese by looking at Japan as an attractive, unique town in the global village. Inside Hiragana Times, the world of Japan becomes reality, and one can experience the cultural frontier between Japan and the rest of the world. Hiragana Times has been published since 1986 and has readers in more than 100 countries. Readers are mainly in their 20s and 30s, but the number of middle-aged and elderly readers has been rapidly increasing in recent years. Hiragana Times is a truly unique magazine in which you can study language while learning about Japan. Each Japanese paragraph is followed by its English translation or vice versa, and furigana are placed below each kanji to make Japanese study even easier. Digital version provides audio. The articles are used also in universities, a dictionary and more Hiragana Times articles are used every year in some Japanese university English exams, and used as a Japanese text in overseas universities. All the translated sentences from every issue are converted into Braille. Furthermore, they have been included in a well-known online dictionary, and used as online translation improving data by global enterprises and university lingual study institutes. At the NTT All Japan Town Magazine Festival, Hiragana Times has twice been awarded the Grand Prize.
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