Hinamatsuri, also called Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day, is a special day in Japan. Celebrated each year on 3 March, platforms covered with a red carpet-material are used to display a set of ornamental dolls representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.
Teaching Japanese as a second language for children Children learn naturally without grammar. This one shows as favorite or not favorite. We do not teach [dislike きらい]in the sentence. Using ‘○and X ‘ to explain their opinion first to understand this action will be what for. [Sukiすき]vs[Kirai きらい] both are very common to use as […]
Sydney Nihongo Juku commences in Chatswood classes this year in 2019. Considering Kindergarten student who wants to develop Japanese such as hiragana, katakana, reading and writing. When children start studying at Kindergarten, English environment will be 100% at the school. The communication method between children and parents will switch from Japanese to English. If you […]
A Happy New year for all. We had a great X’mas party in Dec’18. Many students joined in a hot day with us. We had live music for cheer up and our head teacher provided her homemade cooking to share with. At the last, we had several Japanese games that used chopstick to pick up […]
When counting in Japanese, you will need to put certain counter words after the number, like “1-kko”, “1-ppon”, “1-mai” or “hitori”. Depending on what you count, this counter word changes. Sydney Japanese Language school, Nihongo-Juku will introduce some of the most common counter words and how to read them! Three common counter suffixes are; “Hon” […]
【Nihon no Natsu】 Summer is here in Japan. So hot every day. What do you want do in hot summer? Maybe you can go to some summer festival near by you and enjoy below special summer items. #ゆかた: Yukata means a cotton kimono which wear in Summer time. It can be washed easily. #かき氷: Kaki-Goori […]