The new collaboration combines Japanese-language learning with poop-shaped edible items.
Plus a special announcement about the W.T.F. series!
It would just be silly if the kanji for “strong” had “weak” in it… right?
And what they find funny probably isn’t what you think.
These adorable clips and characters will help you memorise kanji symbols and make you smile at the same time.
Japanese Twitter shares some of the best “accidental misreadings” they’ve encountered.
The silly coincidence also teaches us the importance of kanji!
To go from “death” to “life,” it turns out all you need is “42.”
Japanese citizens feel the symbolism-rich coin, which lacks something, can make travel in Japan difficult for foreign guests.
The history of the first kanji that makes many learners of Japanese want to pull their hair out, and why their initial guess isn’t entirely wrong.
What happens when you put the kanji for “skin” and “meat” together? Uh, not what you think.
From the look of these videos he shot, Wolverine is in love with Japan.
When asked to look back on his week, this kid got full marks for cool bravado, but probably only partial credit for the assignment.
Check out what we thought of the Japanese language course released today!
Five words just as hard to figure out as kanji.
Some people didn’t have to win a beauty pageant to be called “Miss Kyoto.”
Some of these are so long they may require a friend to help say them.
Even if you don’t speak Japanese, that might be to your advantage.
Though the kanji can translate as “lonely country,” his complaint lies elsewhere.
Find out how you can create the name of a prefecture simply by moving just one of these matchsticks.