Last week we went to an Asian mall and market to “refuel” and picked up a batch of immersion goodies, including an overload of 赤みそ and お好みソース! Right now (and not pictured) ピーチガール is playing in the background and keeping me company while I work. I’ve been trying to think of ways to post more while I’m in the “boring” part of our Japanese journey, but I’m not sure what else to add. I had someone tell me today they were surprised 永次 and I are still studying. Well, what do we post while we’re learning the kanji? (We’re definitely still studying. We’ve each learned about 250 kanji!!) But the comment has me thinking, and I have a lot of ideas floating around as to what we can share and do, so hopefully I’ll come up with something soon.
Learning Japanese At HomeOur goal for Kanji & Tea, aside from sharing our struggles and successes, is to help provide the everyday person with all the tools necessary to learn Japanese on their own through everyday immersion.
How did you learn your first language? Hands on and not through a text book! You listened, you watched, you absorbed. Well, what's stopping you from learning your second or third language that way? The answer is nothing.
You have everything you need to get started. All that's left is to just start.
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