Best Learning Japanese podcasts — Enhance your Nihongo proficiency (Updated June 2018; image)
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Learn Japanese with Daily Podcasts from Tokyo Whether you are Japan-bound or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at Japanesepod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever! Yoroshiku O-negai Shimasu!
 
Japan's only public broadcaster NHK provides this reliable Japanese language course with free podcast. You can easily start learning basic grammar and vocabulary by listening to the story of Anna, who studies Japanese at a university in Tokyo. nhk.jp/lesson
 
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Learn Japanese Pod
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Learn Japanese Pod is a podcast that teaches natural every day Japanese with fun audio dialogs
 
Learn Japanese with Daily Podcasts from Tokyo Whether you are Japan-bound or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at Japanesepod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever! Yoroshiku O-negai Shimasu!
 
For people who want to visit Japan, live in Japan, and learn Japanese. Please excuse the tangents.
 
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GLJ Podcast
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This show is about two guys learning Japanese in Japan. We give tips, talk about our ups & downs, and give our thoughts on our experience learning Japanese. This podcast is best suited for intermediate–advanced learners striving for complete fluency. Send your questions or comments to gljpodcast@gmail.com.
 
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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! In your home country, there are some phrases that are so common you use them or hear them every day. The same is true in Japan too, so why not give your Japanese an instant boost by learning them in this video lesson? With Risa’s help, you’ll be sounding like a [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You look up and down the street, trying to figure out where in Japan you are. You were supposed to meet your new Japanese friends nearby, but where are they? You finally realize you are lost, and you use your cell phone to call them. The first thing they ask you [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You look up and down the street, trying to figure out where in Japan you are. You were supposed to meet your new Japanese friends nearby, but where are they? You finally realize you are lost, and you use your cell phone to call them. The first thing they ask you [...]…
 
In this podcast, Alex and Matthew talk about their travel tips and experiences around Japan.By info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Today we continue talking about Japanese families with part two of Babysitter. Tune in to hear the mother’s version of the babysitter’s report, and find out how it changes. In the grammar point, we continue our explanation of the present progressive of Japanese verbs with the negative form. Don’t miss it! ...…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Today we continue talking about Japanese families with part two of Babysitter. Tune in to hear the mother’s version of the babysitter’s report, and find out how it changes. In the grammar point, we continue our explanation of the present progressive of Japanese verbs with the negative form. Don’t miss it! ...…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! While in Tokyo, your new Japanese friend and colleague offers you something to drink. You’re not sure what to have, so you ask him to make a suggestion. “Do you like sweet alcohol?” he asks. “No, I don’t really like that,” you reply. “How about Japanese sake?” he offers. “That sounds [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! While in Tokyo, your new Japanese friend and colleague offers you something to drink. You’re not sure what to have, so you ask him to make a suggestion. “Do you like sweet alcohol?” he asks. “No, I don’t really like that,” you reply. “How about Japanese sake?” he offers. “That sounds [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! In your home country, there are some phrases that are so common you use them or hear them every day. The same is true in Japan too, so why not give your Japanese an instant boost by learning them in this video lesson? With Risa’s help, you’ll be sounding like a [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Gestures are all around us. We make many gestures every day. So many gestures do we make that we are often unaware that we’re making them. They’ve become second nature to us. Just the same for the folk in Japan. Japanese use many gestures, but they’re not [...]…
 
Read more about ちょっと in our article:http://www.tofugu.com/japanese/chotto/We talk about ちょっと. At first it seems like a simple, little word. But, it actually has many meanings and ways to use it. We cover most of them, I think.
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ve just completed a full day of meetings with your Japanese colleagues at the Tokyo office. You’re now about to have dinner with them, and you’re ready to sit back and relax. But wait-not so quick! It seems your first day of work in Japan has not quite come to an [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ve just completed a full day of meetings with your Japanese colleagues at the Tokyo office. You’re now about to have dinner with them, and you’re ready to sit back and relax. But wait-not so quick! It seems your first day of work in Japan has not quite come to an [...]…
 
Learn Japanese with Japanese Pod101.com! You’ve just arrived at your new temporary office in Japan and you are headed to the boss’ office. You’re looking forward to putting your new knowledge of the Japanese language to use. As the secretary interrupts what appears to be a very intense game of Solitaire in your boss’ office, [...]…
 
Learn Japanese at JapanesePod101.com! You’ve arrived at the Tokyo office to meet your new manager, the head of the Tokyo division. His English is very good, but since you’re in Japan, you want to speak as much Japanese as possible. You also want to sound more like a native Japanese speaker by using common Japanese [...]…
 
In this episode we get into Japanese pronunciation.Whether you are a beginner, advanced, or fluent, you'll find something in this episode that will help you to improve your pronunciation. To read more, check out our (really in-depth) guide:https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-pronunciation/
 
In this podcast Alex and Ami teach you absolutely everything you need to know about TakoyakiBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
These are the dialogs for podcast 19By info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
Prefer reading instead? We wrote a whole article about this (even more example sentences included!)https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/komu-compound-verbsHave you ever seen the Japanese verb 込む? On its own, it means "to be packed" or "to be crowded." But, this verb is also used in compound verbs... 255+ of them, in fact! You may have seen examples ...…
 
In this podcast, Alex and Ami teach you how to say must in JapaneseBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
These are the Japanese dialogs from the podcastBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
This is the Fun Friday edition of Learn Japanese Pod where we talk about why Japanese people wear masksBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
The Tofugu Podcast is taking a break for a couple of weeks while we prepare Season 2 of our prolific podcast and interview a special guest that is near and dear to our hearts!
 
Traveling around Japan in a large group (10 or more) may seem impossible. But let me tell you, friends, it is very possible.In fact, the Tofugu team recently went on a trip to Japan organized and led by our very own Koichi. In this episode, he tells you how he planned an weeklong international trip for 15 people. He got everything together, led ...…
 
Thank you very much for everything.
 
Valentine's Day 2: PAYBACK!That should be the name of "White Day," Japan's sequel to Valentine's Day, which is exactly one month later, on March 14.But what does one do on White Day, exactly? All the gifts has been given. All the love received. What's left?Boy howdy, to understand what's going on, Koichi, Kanae, and Michael discuss how Japan's ...…
 
To be a Japanese language teacher is my dream.
 
In this Fun Friday episode, Ami and I talk about our favorite Japanese TV showsBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
Friend of the podcast, Alex O Smith returns! After two decades translating video games (including many Final Fantasies), Alex has accumulated quite a few stories from inside the Japanese video game industry. Some of his excellent tales include:- The incredibly insane task of voicing every line of dialogue in Final Fantasy X.- How he basically d ...…
 
I'm happy to be able to see snow, before I go back to my country.
 
In this episode, Alex and Ami teach you howBy info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
These are the dialogs for podcast 17By info@learnjapanesepod.com (Alex Brooke).
 
It's tough making friends in a new place. Different people have different ways of going about it. Throw in a culture and language barrier and it can be downright frustrating. For these reasons and more, visitors and new residents to Japan often worry about making friends. That's why the Tofugu Team got together with returning co-host Kanae (she ...…
 
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