Welcome to New York Japanese Language School's Blog!!

Learn Japanese in Midtown!
Learn Japanese at NEW YORK JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL!!

Hello everyone!
The blog for Japanese language leaner.
Thank you!

Learn Japanese with FUN!

We are NEW YORK JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL.

visit our website!
http://ny-japanese.com/

2015年02月09日

Shojo Manga Exhibit and Mini-Symposium “Globalized Manga Culture and Fandom”

Hello!
This is a quick information.
If you are in NYC area, here is a nice chance to visit and see Japanese
Shojo Manga Exhibition run through to February 27.
The link is Here.
http://blogs.baruch.cuny.edu/japanese/?p=662
Mini-Symposium “Globalized Manga Culture and Fandom” on Thursday, February 19.
Here.
I hope you enjoy it!
Yasushi
posted by YASUSHI at 00:00| Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | 日記

2015年01月30日

Historical KANA usage

Since last December, I started again to learn Japanese Historical KANA usage.
It is my second time.
When I was a middle school student, I learned it.
The reason that I started it is to teach Japanese language more easily to absolute beginners.
Of course I don't need to explain them the Historical one,but if I know the Historical one more,
it is more easy for me to teach the beginners Japanese modern language.
posted by YASUSHI at 22:38| Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | 日記

2015年01月19日

Japanese old Shinto shrine consolidation

During the winter vacation,I had read through a old Japanese book by Kindle.
The author was Kumagusu Minakata.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minakata_Kumagusu
The book was written about the consolidation of old Shinto shrine and the grove of the village shrines
.

posted by YASUSHI at 00:00| Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | 日記

2015年01月18日

Japanese Shinto Shrine is a part of Animism

I'm very interested in such an animism.
Because I was born in and have grown in Japan, especially I had been affected from a kind of Classic Shinto.
My ancients had adored a gigantic stone at the Tamaki surine in ,Wakayama,Japan.
Very naturally I also have adored the one.

つまりアニミズムておもろいから、古神道について知りたい。
巨大な岩とかをご神体にして尊んできた人と、それをふつうに共有する自分自身とか
おもろい現象や。
posted by YASUSHI at 06:30| Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | 日記

JINJA NEWS

There is the Jinja News(神社新報)in Japan.
The column,"Easy way for Japanese classics syllabic writing" is very helpful for you to learn Japanese classics.
http://www.jinja.co.jp/kana-kantan01.html

神社新報という新聞があります。
ここの「簡単に覚えられる歴史的仮名遣ひ」というコラムはとても参考になると思いました。
http://www.jinja.co.jp/kana-kantan01.html
posted by YASUSHI at 05:00| Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | 日記