This thread is for the discussion of the language, culture, travel, daily life, etc. of Japan.
Let's tark at randam in Japanese and English. Take it easy!
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Oyasuminasai, Portugal. I hope you have amai yume.
>tfw one day when my japanese skills improve, I will be relevant enough to set a name and be known in these threads, like 日本人じゃない, まゆゆ or 彼女が欲しい
>wanting to be an attention whoring namefag
こんにちは、糞を呼んで下さい。神戸へ行きます。日本語の学院で勉強します。よろしくお願いします。Hey dudez call me 糞。I'm 18 and I've been studying Japanese since I 16. But since I haven't taken a college course yet, my Japanese knowledge is still very basic. I share a passion for Japan and I hope to get a long with some of you. My other passion in life is music. I play drums, guitar, bass, and piano a little bit. I love all genres of music, but my favorites are punk, metal, rap, emo, screamo, post rock, and math rock. I know, shit taste right? Anyways, since I'm open to all genres of music, if you feel like it, share me some of your favorite Japanese artists. I'd be happy to listen to them. Also I've been listening to a lot of Japanese bands recently. I know essentials like X Japan and The Blue Hearts. I'm really digging the Japanese 80's hardcore punk scene.
>tfw everyone thinks you and the other finn are the same person
When you ask someone, your intention is to listen to them afterwards. Honestly this just makes it easier to learn, so don't worry about it. What's annoying is when there's more than one Japanese word with the same English meaning.
I would play mahjong with you but its boring
What is the primary emotion you feel when you think about your future?
Would like some advice, this is mainly towards JP people with knowledge of immigration etc.
I've been with my Japanese gf for 5 years and it's time to tie the knot.
We've mainly been living in UK for long periods of time.
However we have decided that we should live in Japan.
What do I do to get to live with her in Japan?
Yes there is marrying her but what would I do then?
Will the government let me in?
You'll need to apply for a spousal visa around a month prior to entering Japan.
Warning: the process is absolutely insane. You have to fill out a ~10-page document in which you provide photos of the two of you together, records of your entire relationship from conception to marriage, etc.
Here's a link with more specific information to the spouse visa.
Note that although it gives a number of possible lengths for validation, you'll likely only get one-year visas the first few times you apply. You'll have to renew every year. After a while, you can attempt to apply for permanent residency which, if successful, doesn't require any renewal.
We haven't made enough social progress for waifus to have the same rights as other people yet.
You can live together in the 2d world
Welcome back gozaimasu nihonjin, I hope you have a sugoi day at work or school today.
>tfw spent an hour crossreferencing Wikipedia and Japanese dictionaries and textbooks to write a simple reply
I would have added "if only because that last scene gave me chills", but that probably would have taken two more hours
There is this girl looking at the room that is next to me, I think she is more interested now that she met me
Actually this. Or anything else with English subtitles with relatively simplistic dialogue (preferably aimed at children). There were some cool subtleties I noticed doing this.
Like here, I learned something about the particle が when I heard this
and read this
>I've become... a PreCure...?
Is she cute? If so, consider tricking her into your girlfriend.
>One visa application form (nationals of Russia, CIS countries or Georgia need to submit two visa application forms)
Pic related, my face when I was blown away by the attitude in your post
You shouldn't be surprised; all you ever post in this thread is shit - shit that disgusts other people, shit that offends other people, shit that plays up your language skills (which are not that good, by the way).
Am I the literal manifestation of evil?
What makes you think that?
The only times human beings have ever managed to accomplish great things were during those moments in which they worked together and were nice to each other.
We should avoid saying mean things on the internet.
>meanwhile, look at the pure korean race
I think he may have learnt how to use proxies. He could be any of us right now.
She is our vice prime minister and batshit insane
The things she have stated and said goes beyond the mind of mortals
I believe that particular picture is taken just before she started crying on national television because we are forced to be a tiny bit more strict towards third world immigration
i cant say shocking barbarian thing for attention whoring anymore after reawakened spilituality;;
that makes our aura darker and attack heart chakra
There's literally nothing wrong with carrying firearms.
I want a fireplace in my apt. (= ^ =)
Native Texan here.
The best Texan food I've ever eaten was at a Texan restaurant in Subic Bay in the Philippines.
Of course, I was really homesick when I ate there, so that's a bit unfair.
(Well, strictly speaking, the "typical" Texan plate would probably be something like a Big Mac, but)
Honestly, the most Texan dish you can cook is a rack of barbecue ribs. But not just any barbecue ribs, they have to be cooked in a particular way. When you bite into it, if it's cooked properly, the meat cleanly comes off of the bones without any resistance at all, and you end up with unusually-clean bones. That one Texan restaurant in Subic Bay basically nailed this.
Wow, it sounds so delicious. I'm not really a meat person, but what you describe sounds so nice.
Is that shit post your way how to troll?
How come in Japan, just about every building looks like it was built in the 80's? Apart from historic castles and temples, every building has square aluminium windows and looks like shit. All over the country, from cities to towns. Surely all those buildings had something there before they were built?
Here in Melbourne there are new houses, but if you go to older parts of the city (inner suburbs) there are plenty of Victorian terrace houses, historic churches, and neo-gothic buildings from the 1800's, and the further out from the city you go, the buildings gradually get newer. Even most small towns have an old pub or hotel.
What's the deal?
It is not common. Many Koreans residing in Japan are coupled with Koreans. So it seems so.