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Tweet of the Week #65: Napping Cats Have Twitter Meowlting

Learn to speak lolcat in Japanese with this week's viral tweet.

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Japanese Immigration Has Begun Enforcing Stricter Visa Requirements for Foreigners

Tourist, working holiday and student visa holders are among those affected.

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How to Talk About the Future in Japanese

In Japanese, the future is now.

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Tweet of the Week #64: Twitter Warns of New Scam On Mercari

Mercari users beware! Learn how to use the expression 気が付く with this week's viral tweet.

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Tweet of the Week #63: This Awful Carpet Design Has Twitter Trippin’

Learn how to use the expression して欲しい with this week's viral tweet.

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Tweet of the Week #62: Humidifier Adds Fire Instead of Moisture to the Air

Review your Japanese adverbs of time with this week's viral tweet!

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Tweet of the Week #61: Store Label Typo Strikes Back

Learn how to input small kana on a computer without a Japanese keyboard with this week's typo-tastic tweet.

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Advanced Japanese Words for Giving

Level up with these tricky forms during the most generous time of the year.

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Tweet of the Week #60: Why Hokkaido Sushi Is the Best in Japan

Learn different ways to say "don't do that" in Japanese with this week's tasty-looking tweet.

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Tweet of the Week #59: Son Will Never Live Down This Bath-Time Story

Learn all about adverbs with this week's hilariously adorable viral tweet.

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Japanese, Korean, Chinese: Which Language is the Easiest to Learn?

One does not simply put “easy” and “Kanji” in the same sentence.

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Tweet of the Week #58: How To Make Japanese People Mad With One Hiragana

あっ! わあ! うそ! あら! Learn all about Japanese exclamations with this week's viral tweet.

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