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Learn Japanese with Free Japanese Lessons - Learn to speak the Japanese language online for free!

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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 on your way to learning how to speak, read, and write Nihongo. On this site you will find such things as the Japanese alphabet (including Hiragana and Katakana) as well as Kanji (Chinese characters), vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, and common words and phrases. What sets us apart from other Japanese language courses or tutorials is that we actually teach you how to conjugate verbs and how to build your own sentences - things critical to learning how to speak fluently! The Japanese language is actually very simple but so unlike English that many English speakers find it difficult to learn. The goal of this 10 free lesson course is to help you study the basics of the language and to teach you how to learn Japanese in a way that is, hopefully, fast and easy to understand. These public lessons start with basic Japanese and additional beginner lessons as well as intermediate and advanced lessons can be found in our Members Area. Our Members Area contains new lessons (on Japanese grammar, kanji, the most useful Japanese phrases, writing hiragana, etc.), audio files, and more! Access is FREE so register now! IMPORTANT: While learning how to speak Japanese, do not rely too heavily on Romanized Japanese or romaji (Japanese written in English letters). It is not used in Japan nor is it widely known in Japan. It is very important to learn Kana (the Japanese alphabets - Hiragana and Katakana) to avoid many issues that can come from using romaji as a crutch.

Momotarō – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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Momotarō (桃太郎?), é um popular herói do folclore japonês. De acordo com a lenda atual (datada do período Edo), Momotarō veio à Terra dentro de um pêssego gigante, que foi encontrado flutuando em um rio por uma mulher idosa sem filhos, que estava lavando roupas lá. A mulher e seu marido descobriu a criança quando eles tentaram abrir o pêssego para comê-lo. A criança explicou que tinha sido enviado para ser seu filho. O casal chamou de Momotaro, Momo (pêssego) e Taro (menino ou filho mais velho na família). A lenda conta que Momotarō recebeu kibidango (bolinho japonês) feito de mochiko (farinha de arroz) dos pais que lhe criou e partiu para Onigashima (Ilha dos Demônios) acompanhado de um cachorro, um macaco e um faisão para eliminar os demônios.

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Loja Momotaro Ltda. Av. Lins de Vasconcelos, 2747 Bairro Vila Mariana CEP: 04112-011 E-mail: loja.momotaro@gmail.com Tel: (11) 5579-8593 / 5549-5052 neno osvado(oswaldo?) me falava dessa loja ( anos 60 68 decada de 60)

2008

Shamisen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The shamisen or samisen (Japanese: 三味線, literally "three flavor strings"), also called sangen (literally "three strings") is a three-stringed musical instrument played with a plectrum called a bachi. The pronunciation in Japanese is usually "shamisen" (in western Japan, and often in Edo-period sources "samisen") but sometimes "jamisen" when used as a suffix (e.g. Tsugaru-jamisen).

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Japanese Lessons

Welcome to the NHK World Japanese Lessons web site! Welcome to the NHK World Japanese Lessons web site! NHK airs Japanese lessons for people of various languages on its international shortwave RADIO JAPAN service. On this site, you can listen to those lessons. REVISTA info exame - COLEÇÃO 2007-PÁGINA 107 - CURSOS ONLINE página 107 -ENSINO DE IDIOMA A CUSTO ZERO

2006