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  • English You Won't See on Any Test - Junior High School ver.
    This is a funny way to learn English or Japanese in the most useless way possible, through shimoneta (dirty jokes) and stupid examples. You'll learn to say things like "I wish I were a nipple" or "I hope to see your nipple tomorow" or "I hope to have sex with you just once." It's random and fun, and both English and Japanese is included on every page.
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  • Shitty English -- Kuso Mitaina Eibun
    This is a very strange and very wonderful book that teaches very strange English and Japanese, and was something that exploded on twitter. The book teaches you how to say things like "oh I'm sorry for stepping on your foot! Please do it again, if you could." Or "why are you only wearing underwear? I'm sorry, I'll take them off soon." Or "do you have any qualifications? I wear a size's bra." It's basically the most random way to learn English or Japanese we can think of.
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  • Let's Learn English Again with New Horizon
    Meet your New Horizon with this great book for studying English! A fun book that teaches English for adults who want to study in a fun way as they did while in school. The book teaches English by following interesting characters in a story through the whole book. You can learn English the way the Japanese do, or reverse study it and learn Japanese! Note: this is a companion book to the textbook starring Ellen Baker, but she does not appear in this book.
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  • Japanese Culture Introduced in English All Color   E de Wakaru Eigo de Shoukai Suru Nihon Bunka
    This bilingual book is a great study aid for those looking to expand their Japanese vocabulary while also learning about the history and culture of Japan. Learn useful ninja phrases like katon no jutsu (escape by using a fire distraction), describe the steps of the sadoo (Japanese Tea Ceremony), learn the names of heroes in Japanese history, and discover the variety of foods that can be found in Japan -- all written in both English and Japanese.
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  • Hello Kitty's Guide to Japan in English and Japanese
    A great way to discover Japan and its marvelous culture, in this bilingual guide book to Japan, in which your guide is the cute Hello Kitty character! From Japanese culture basis to conversational expressions, from art, hobbies, places to visit to sports, traditions and history, learn more about Japan the fun way, with Hello Kitty. Full color, tons of Japanese words and expressions, this is an amazing resource about Japan.
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  • The First Japanese Textbook for Foreigners in English
    J-List sells a lot of Japanese textbooks and study materials, and now here's a new one: The First Japanese Textbook for Foreigners in English. The book is specifically geared towards self-study, with lessons in English which explain the Japanese grammar in English, which is good for keeping up with the lessons. The book includes romaji, that is, Romanized Japanese text as well as the original hiragana, katakana and kanji, to help you read. Includes an audio CD, too, right inside the book.
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  • Enjoy in English! - I am Maru
    Maru, the adorably cute feline celebrity from Japan, gained his popularity through YouTube with a video of him just being himself, but famously for his love of cardboard boxes and jumping into them. This is a photo book basically details the everyday life of Maru and his friend Hana, with each page consisting photos of Maru and Hana, together with their thoughts in all sorts of situations. Also contains some general cat information, taught by Maru. A must have item for fans of Maru and cat lovers in general.
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  • Handbook for Newcomers, Migrants and Immigrants to Japan *Second Edition
    Interested in living in Japan? Not visiting, living, perhaps permanently? If so, then this bilingual handbook published in English and Japanese can help. Written by influential Arudou Debito, aka David Christopher Aldwinckle, an American who took Japanese citizenship and who has become an activist for foreigners' rights here. The book covers many areas, including how to find a job and obtain a working visa, learning how to live with Japanese culture, and even areas like how to buy or build a home and start a business here. It also covers important information on marriage in Japan, how to register a child's birth and soon. Because both languages are written on opposite pages, it's easy to cross-check words and use it as a study guide for living in Japan.
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  • Vocabulary Not for the Test -- Shiken ni Denai Eitango
    This is a funny way to learn English or Japanese in the most useless way possible, through shimoneta (dirty jokes) and stupid examples. You'll learn to say things like "I desperately need a woman with a D cup to fill the hole in my heart" or Boss, you have a call on line 2 from your fuck buddy" or "Just for future reference, may I check your pantyline?" 182 pages, tons of fun things to learn here.
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  • The Moe Manifesto
    Devoted fans of Japanese anime, manga, and video games use the term moe to refer to the sense of emotional attachment that they develop for their favorite characters. Characters like Suzumiya Haruhi have cult followings, and fans of Hatsune Miku, a "virtual idol," have made her one of the biggest stars in Japan today. Moe is one of the driving forces behind the success of Japanese anime and manga throughout the world. Author Patrick W. Galbraith is the world's leading expert on moe and for this book has interviewed leading figures in the world of Japanese manga and anime to provide the first in-depth survey of the subject. In this book you will learn about the very first moe characters -such as Ayame by Tezuka Osamu- and how they influenced an entire generation of manga artists; what constitutes the ideal moe relationship; and why some fans even marry their fictional sweethearts. With more than 100 illustrations of moe characters old and new, this is a book that is sure to delight fans of manga and anime.
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  • The Book of Basic Japanese Cooking 110 Recipes   Eigo de Tsukuru Kihon no Washoku
    Whenever you visit Japan, be prepared to try a variety of unique dishes that are both pleasant to look at and tasty too! For those of you who love the taste of Japan and want to bring that back to your home, then this fun filled book of recipes is for you. Over 190 pages of step by step instructions on how to create some of your favorite dishes such as Kanto-style rice cake soup, Japanese Yellow Tail Teriyaki, tempura, nikujaga (beef and potato stew), pork cutlet, miso grilled sesame pork, oyako-don (chicken and egg over rice), classic yakitori chicken on a stick, sukiyaki, and of course a various types of sushi dishes. Also Peter's favorite, soboro on rice. Best of all, this recipe book is translated both into Japanese and English for your convenience. Perfect bound and in full color. Not only is it delicious, but healthy too! Enjoy the taste of Japan today!
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  • Exodus Guilty vol. 1
    Title: Exodus Guilty vol. 1 Language: English with Japanese voices OS: DVD (works in any DVD player or DVD software in your computer) Region: Region free (viewable on DVD players around the world) A super interactive anime game you play on any DVD player! A super new interactive dating-sim game that can be played with any standard DVD player, as well as computer with DVD drive or PlayStation/Xbox, this his Exodus Guilty! A great interactive anime game that you control with your DVD player's remote control, it features a great lineup of characters and an innovative story! Vol.1 -Present- The year 2000. Kasumi Shindo is at first glance a run-of-the-mill high school student in modern-day Japan. However, beneath his normal appearance, Kasumi is in fact a top-notch treasure hunter. This time, Kasumi is aiming to seek out the lost 11th Commandment of Moses. Kasumi discovers that his childhood friend, Reina Tachibana is in southern Europe participating in an archeological dig. Pretending to be a tourist, he visits the excavation area and manages to get put on the excavation staff. But he is not the only treasure hunter looking for the Eleventh Commandment of Moses and before he knows it, he's embroiled in a dangerous adventure. This game is rated U-15, and is recommend for ages 15 and up. Kasumi Shindo. This 18-year old is a high school student but has a second identity, that of a top treasure hunter.He is seeking the " Eleventh Commandments of Moses". Convinced that ruins discovered on an island in the south of Europe are home to this find, he decides to make a trek there. Learning that a friend form his childhood, Reina Tachibana, whose family he once lived with, is working on an excavation team there he concocts a plan to visit under the pretense of being a tourist. Ai Tachibana. Reina's younger sister and Kasumi's bride to be as arranged by their parents, Ai pretends that she detests the idea of marrying Kasumi, but in fact she is really crazy about him. Ai decides to use her summer vacation to help her sister on the excavation and is initially excited about seeing Kasumi after a gap of ten years, but once they meet they can't seem to keep from fighting with each other. Reina Tachibana. Ai's older sister and a professor of Archeology at a university in England, Reina is in charge of the excavation team. While suffering and sometimes unreliable due to a lack of common sense, she brings to her work, a wealth of specialized knowledge. She detests treasure hunters and the way they ravage the culturally valuable ruins, but hasn't yet clued into Kasumi's true identity. Arglelech. An up and coming treasure hunter who has recently reared his head. In contrast to his chosen profession, he is not especially attached to money and does not appear to be very aware of the stigma of being a treasure hunter. It seems that in his past somewhere lies a connection with Kasumi.
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  • Exodus Guilty vol. 2
    Title: Exodus Guilty vol. 2 Language: English with Japanese voices OS: DVD (works in any DVD player or DVD software in your computer) Region: Region free (viewable on DVD players around the world) Great new price on this interactive anime DVD game! A sequel to Hirameki's outstanding interactive digital novel game that can be played with any standard DVD player, as well as computer with DVD drive or Playstation/Xbox, welcome to the world of Exodus Guilty 2! Move the story forward and decide the fate of the character using your DVD player's remote control. Continue the excellent adventure of Exodus Guilty with this new release. Vol.2 -Past- 1200 BC A time when God was still demonstrating his powers and making his presence felt to those in the world and people lived simply in small communal groups. One of these hamlets was that of Will Arc. But when the village chieftain Martha refuses to be sacrificed to God, she throws the future of the village into uncertainty. When Martha realizes that she is at death's door, she leaves her son, the Great Swordsman ALES with her last wish before passing away. In order to convey Martha's final words, ALES strikes out alone on a quest for Will, a girl known as "The Song of God". This game is rated U-15, and is recommend for ages 15 and up. Ales. A swordsman of such skill that his name spreads far beyond his own hamlet. He harbors serious doubts that the "Will of God" is not what makes people suffer. To discover the truth for himself, he sets out on a journey alone. A man of strong moral fiber and unflagging courage, he soon gains a group of steadfast companions.Aqua. A strange young girl encountered in Plen Arc, she is in actuality, one of God's four mediums. By all appearances, she is merely a child, but in reality is older than ALES and talks as if she were an adult. She takes an interest in ALES and decides to help him under certain conditions. Will. Lives in Plen Arc. She is a member of "Song of God" and tasked with the duty of conveying the will of God to people through dance. God called to her, but because she defied him, the oracles have decimated Plen Arc. When ALES arrives in Plen Arc, she has gone missing. The question is whether she perished with the city, or...Quake. A man that lives in the seaside hamlet of Sea Arc also happens to be an oracle. Normally living a quiet life with the fishermen of Sea Arc, QUAKE cuts a bold figure and has a personality that leaves an impression. Despite appearances, he is also a man of deep reflection and possesses a wealth of knowledge. A certain incident drives him to join forces in taking action with ALES.
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  • Super Sonico Dakimakura Cover   Limited Sonicomi Version
    In celebration of the English release of Sonicomi, Super Sonico is being featured on a high quality dakimakura (hug pillow). The front of the dakimakura will have the headphone wearing, busty Nitroplus mascot as seen in Sonicomi, but the reverse side will have an even sexier original pose. This pillow cover is a 2-way cover made from high quality Stretched Tricot Lycra, illustrated by Tsuji Santa. Bring Sonico into your life with this amazing, great looking dakimakura.
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  • Japan Atlas   A Bilingual Guide
    This atlas, the only one of its kind to provide place-names in both English and Japanese, is an invaluable tool for foreign residents of Japan, and an indispensable, handy companion for travelers. The atlas features: 21 large-scale maps of the regions of Japan compiled using digital satellite images, including Greater Tokyo and the Kanto area, the Greater Osaka Area, and almost all of the officially registered Japanese cities, towns and villages. There have been major changes in recent years, following a government policy to have many cities, towns and villages merge. This atlas includes all the changes. 19 maps of major metropolitan areas, from Naha in Okinawa to Hiroshima, Kyoto, Nagoya, Tsukuba, Sapporo, and many others. 7 maps featuring notable tourist and resort areas, including Fuji-Hakone-Izu, Nara, Kamakura, Nikko, etc.8 transportation maps, including road and intercity railway maps, Tokyo and Osaka subway and rail maps, and even major domestic airline routes. 7 thematic maps, indicating natural parks, world heritage, special historic spots, Ramsar convention entry areas, ceramic kiln areas, and more. You shouldn't visit Japan without it!
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  • DX Long Study Flashcards for Sentence ( Set of 2 pcs )
    Although this pack of cards says in plain English "It is important to study English over and over" you can certainly use it to study Japanese over and over for improved proficiency. The pack measures 2.7x11 cm (1x4 inches) with 50 cards each that are bound by a metallic ring. This set comes with two packs of cards which different colored covers to distinguish between translating sentences from English to Japanese and Japanese to English. Use to write and translate sentences by memory, for skit projects and more. A perfect flashcard tool for all students of the Japanese language.
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  • Steins;Gate : Burdened Region of Deja-vu   First Limited Edition (Blu-ray)
    The awesome Steins;Gate movie is now available on Blu-ray with full English subtitles! Experience the epic story of time travel and otaku culture in high-quality HD video with 5.1 surround sound. This limited edition release for true fans comes with a 40-minute original audio drama CD, two reprinted audio CDs with total length 99 minutes, the official movie soundtrack CD, an exclusive fan booklet, and tons of video extras including previews, special features, and more! All of this comes in a special collector's case with original art by Huke and anime character designer Sakai Kyuta. A must-have for Steins;Gate fans.Full English subtitles included. This is a region-free Blu-ray, compatible with all Blu-ray players.
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  • Raccoon Wars   Heisei Tanuki Gassen Pompoko (Blu-ray)
    The wonderful Studio Ghibli film Heisei Tanuki Gassen (Raccoon Wars) is now available on Blu-ray with full English subtitles. When a clan of tanuki (a small dog in Asia similar to a Raccoon, called a Raccoon Dog) is threatened with the destruction of their home and possible extinction, they fight back using everything from magic to their wits to stop the humans from invading. But how does a small group of mammals stop bulldozers or construction men many more times their size? It's a fierce battle and both sides are not without their losses. Humorous, heartwarming, and heart-breaking enjoy this Hayao Miyazaki-produced Studio Ghibli gem by Isao Takahata. Playing time for the feature film is 119 minutes. This Blu-ray includes English, French, German, Korean, and Chinese subtitles, so it's perfect for fans all over the world! In addition to special video features, this set comes with a collection of official animation stills and a voice recording script from the movie. A must-have for Ghibli fans.
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  • Chemistry of Otaku (T-shirt)
    In Japan, the word otaku is similar to the world "nerd" or "geek" as found in the English language, used to describe someone who is very dedicated to a hobby or subculture. There are many types of otaku, the most famous being the anime otaku. This shirt is great for the science otaku, someone who loves being in the lab more than spending time with their friends. The design reads, "O-Ta-K-U" spelled out in the element symbols that are found on the periodic table. It's probably an unstable compound, which is appropriate for the name Otaku. It's printed on a stylish rust orange shirt color. This product ships out of our San Diego location for your convenience.
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  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Blu-ray BOX (Blu-ray)
    One of the most welcome events in the recent history of anime was the remaking of Space Battleship Yamato (Uchuu Senkan Yamato, shown as Star Blazers in English), the classic 1974 space opera created by Matsumoto Leiji, and this is the complete boxed set of the series, complete with English subtitles. The series is a completely faithful recreation of the original journey to Iscandar by the Yamato to retrieve technology that will clean radiation from the earth, caused by planted bombs being dropped by the evil Gamilas (Gamilons). this limited box set includes eight Blu-rays, all region free, which includes all 26 episodes of the series (total length 659 minutes), along with awesome extras, including a gorgeous box with original illustration on the outside as well as original sketch art on the cases, Plus a detailed art book with additional information for fans. You also get a bonus disc with additional interviews and information for fans.
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  • A Bilingual Encyclopedia of Japanese Culture
    This Bilingual Encyclopedia of Japanese Culture is a fascinating resource of all things Japanese. With passages in both Japanese and English on the same page, it is not only an excellent study guide on Japanese culture and society but a study tool for the Japanese language as well. Heavily illustrated with colored pictures, this book with fascinate and delight everyone who has an interest in Japanese culture from the beginner to the more studied. There are passages on many topics such as the people, language, nature, geography, meals, cooking, housing, dress, annual events, social life, history, traditional culture, and much more. Keywords are emphasized in both the English and Japanese versions for study purposes. A large amount of information on Japan right at your fingertips. 320-pages.
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  • 99 Spirits
    99 Spirits is an RPG/Puzzle game that revolves around the popular Japanese folklore of Tsukumogami, everyday objects coming alive on their 100th birthday and taking revenge on the world. You play as Hanabusa, a young girl who is fighting these evil spirits to save the world. It's a game with beautiful art and fun gameplay, with both English and Japanese voice. Fight monsters with the original battle system in which players must discover the enemy's true identity in order to defeat them, and capture enemies to master their skills for battle. Fight your best, and see one of the multiple unique endings, all based on your actions. Story Hanabusa is a young, headstrong girl living in the Heian capital within medieval Japan. But when her mother is slain by evil spirits, her life turns into one of vengeance as she sets out to hunt and destroy the spirits. During Hanabusa's travels, she meets a white fox who turns out to be a servant of the mountain god. Hanabusa receives a special sword passed down from her mother, which gives her the ability to see the true forms of spirits to help slay them. Shortly after, a spirit claiming to be Hanabusa's long-lost father, Hidetada, breaks her sword and leaves Hanabusa powerless and confused. Now to mend her broken sword and learn the truth about her father, Hanabusa embarks on a journey to annihilate every last one of the evil spirits. Key features: Work out the true identity of your enemies in a unique battle system Capture enemies, master their skills for battle and use them to solve puzzles on the field Interact with over 40 unique characters and battle over 100 monsters Beautifully detailed art and an atmospheric original soundtrack bring feudal Japan alive Discover multiple unique endings that change based on the players actions Dual audio: Toggle between English and Japanese voice System Requirements OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 Processor: 1.5Ghz or better RAM: 512MB Graphics: Directx 9c
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  • Write Your Name in Kanji
    For a Westerner, adapting one's name to fit the language of a foreign Western country is usually easy. Michel from Paris becomes Michael in London. Frances from Pittsburgh becomes Francesca in Venice. Adapting an English-language name into Japanese, however, presents a formidable set of challenges.Write Your Name in Kanji offers a fun and simple way to write your first name using Japanese characters. Because it is possible for many different kanji to have the same sound, each name can have a variety of possible kanji combinations - all with different meanings, from the beautiful to the bizarre. In addition, an extensive appendix makes it possible to select kanji for last names, and for first names which are not covered by the book. Having selected appropriate kanji, the reader might even decide to create his or her own hanko - a name seal that Japanese use on documents in lieu of signatures - like the samples of each name included in the book. The first book that makes it possible to add a bit of the mystery of the Orient to English names, Write Your Name in Kanji Brings East and West together in a fun way. This unique volume is perfectly suited to the bookshelf not only to the fluent reader of Japanese, but the novice Japan hand, as well.
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  • Hiragana Times June 2017 NO. 368
    Hiragana Times is a highly recommended monthly publication that combines useful current events with learning the Japanese language. A monthly magazine that features articles both in English and in Japanese, complete with furigana pronunciation, to help learners who haven't mastered kanji yet. Filled with tons of cultural articles that make you think relating to current events, interviews with famous Japanese celebrities, Japanese pop culture, travel, and even articles written by readers themselves who wish to share their own personal experience within the Japanese culture. All articles in English and Japanese, with furigana (hiragana above the kanji) for easier reading. In this issue: Issue #368 featuring a grat update on Japanese martial arts, specifically Shorinji Kempo, you also get an update on otoko culture in the world, trends in Japanese language, a report on the new Legoland park to that opened in Osaka, Plus strategies for learning Japanese. It's great! For relaxing times, make it Hiragana Times!
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  • Hiragana Times July 2017 NO. 369
    Hiragana Times is a highly recommended monthly publication that combines useful current events with learning the Japanese language. A monthly magazine that features articles both in English and in Japanese, complete with furigana pronunciation, to help learners who haven't mastered kanji yet. Filled with tons of cultural articles that make you think relating to current events, interviews with famous Japanese celebrities, Japanese pop culture, travel, and even articles written by readers themselves who wish to share their own personal experience within the Japanese culture. All articles in English and Japanese, with furigana (hiragana above the kanji) for easier reading. In this issue: Issue #369 features an article about the world's largest idol event in Tokyo, experience Sumo wrestling, get a feel for Japan's good old days at Kawaba Village, a system of understanding Kanji, slippers, plus strategies for learning Japanese. It's great!
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  • Reading Aloud in Japanese! - Nihongo Ondoku Training
    Here's a new Japanese textbook you get a toehold in learning the language: Reading Allowed in Japanese!. The bok, which is fully bilingual between English and Japanese (both languages are presented in each section) focuses on reading aloud, actually verbalizing Japanese, as a way to learn it. There are four parts, Talking to people Reading about Japan in short essays, Presentations and interviews, and Essays on nature cultural history etc. you learn about Japanese Proverbs, Japanese tongue twisters, some animal sounds, and other fun things. You also get some classical Japanese stories like, The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. The book also includes a CD. In Japanese and English, with translations in Chinese and Vietnamese available on the website.
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  • Purple Heart 1/7 Figure -- Hyperdimension Neptunia
    Hyperdimension Neptunia fans, rejoice! We got a wonderful 1/7 scale figure of Planeptune's patron goddess (or CPU in English versions) and resident troublemaker, Neptune aka Purple Heart! She comes in her standard HDD body suit processor unit and her signature large sword plus her accessories and wings. Her look is faithfully replicated from the anime and game and she looks absolutely stunning specially with her wings and accessories. An excellent figure by Alter that's just waiting to be added to your Hyperdimension Neptune collection. This is a preorder scheduled for release in August 2017.
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  • Encyclopedia of Japan   Nihon Sho Jiten
    An amazing bilingual pocket Encyclopedia of Japan, a fascinating resource of all things Japanese. With passages in both Japanese and English on the same page, it is not only an excellent study guide on Japanese culture and society but a study tool for the Japanese language as well. This book will delight everyone who has an interest in Japanese culture from the beginner to the more studied. There are passages on many topics such as the Geography and Language, Cities, Regional Areas, Transportation, Politics, History, Thinking and Values and much much more. A large amount of information on Japan right at your fingertips. Softcover perfectbound, 230 pages.
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  • Kateigaho International Edition vol. 34 Autumn/Winter 2014
    The magazine that caters to the refined traditional tastes of Japan, as well as deep, in-depth looks at beautifully photographed and illustrated elements of Japanese culture and natural beauty, is here in another amazing issue. Inside you will find articles in English about the sights, sounds, and flavors from the countryside of Japan all the way to Tokyo's downtown. Each issue is always a magical tour of events and places one might have otherwise overlooked. A true celebration of the richness of Japanese culture and life, the oversized A4 'art magazine' print format, perfect bound with glossy high quality printing, makes for a great coffee table item or opulently visual guide to any of the topics held within. 130 pages, from Sekai Bunka Publishing. In This Issue: For Japanophiles and lovers of great Japanese culture, you'll thoroughly enjoy every page of this magazine. Learn all about Nihonbashi and take a history lesson from it's conception in 1805 up until the present, and get great tips for visitors. Additional articles include plums and camellias, Ishikawa Prefecture's festive wagashi (sweets), and Chizuru Ohara share Autumn and Winter recipes.
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  • Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (Blu-ray)
    J-List extremely happy to offer the first Ghibli Blu-ray disc featuring the hit Hayao Miyazaki film Ponyo, fully viewable on Blu-ray players in North America (including the Sony Playstation 3) and featuring both optional subtitles for the Japanese version and the U.S. release English dubbed track! Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea is a touching story about a very special fish who desires to be human so she can be with her friend Sousuke. When Ponyo meets her new friend and accidentally licks a wound on his finger, she achieves the magical ability to change her form into that of a human. Despite the protests of her father, she is determined to be with her new friend, and the result is a touching journey that only Miyazaki could bring us. This Blu-ray disc is R1, so it is compatible with players in North America (including Playstation 3), and includes tons of language options for you, including (subtitles) English, French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Korean, and (as a dubbed track) French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Korean.
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  • Panda, Go, Panda! (Panda Kopanda)   Blu-ray
    Before Hayao Miyazaki was a household name in the worlds of animation, he made a great animated series called Panda Kopanda (Panda and Baby Panda, released as Panda, Go, Panda! in English), and this is the definitive re-master release of this great work created by Hayao Miyazaki and Takahata Isao. Features 1920x1080p full HD with a gorgeous suite of extras including all storyboards for the film presented in "picture in picture" format alongside the action, all film trailers, a feature documentary on the artwork in Japanese, and more. Includes full optional Japanese or English subtitles. A great Japanese animated film from Studio Ghibli!
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  • Your Name. (Kimi No Na Wa.) Blu-ray Collectors Edition 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray ***5 Discs***
    Makoto Shinkai's masterpiece film Your Name (Kimi no Na Wa)Is a masterpiece film, a true achievement in the annals of animation. It's the story of Taki and Mitsuha, who high school students separated by hundreds of miles and time itself. We're happy to announce that the film's limited Blu-ray release will be fully region free and feature subtitles in English, Chinese and Japanese. This is the super deluxe collector's edition which includes 5 Blu-ray discs, including: A 4K Ultra Blu-ray disc with the film in 4K, with commentary by the staff and director, 5.1 DTS-HD master audio/2.0ch DTA-HD master audio, and multi language subtitles. Special feature on Shinkai. Special English version of the opening song, performed by RADWIMPS. Promotion shorts. Full Making Of special. Visual commentary by the creators. Unused takes and audio clips. The film's creditless opening. Suntory commercial using Your Name. Special documentary on Your Name's imagery and meaning, plus coverage of the popularity of the film in Japan and all around the world. Plus you get other limited items only available for preorders. This is a preorder scheduled for release in late July 2017.
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  • Your Name. (Kimi No Na Wa.) Blu-ray Special Edition ***3 Discs***
    Makoto Shinkai's masterpiece film Your Name (Kimi no Na Wa)Is a masterpiece film, a true achievement in the annals of animation. It's the story of Taki and Mitsuha, who high school students separated by hundreds of miles and time itself. We're happy to announce that the film's limited Blu-ray release will be fully region free and feature subtitles in English, Chinese and Japanese. This is the collector's edition which includes 3 Blu-ray discs, including: A 1080p Blu-ray disc with the film in 4K, with commentary by the staff and director, 5.1 DTS-HD master audio/2.0ch DTA-HD master audio, and multi language subtitles. Special feature on Shinkai. Special English version of the opening song, performed by RADWIMPS. Promotion shorts. Full Making Of special. Visual commentary by the creators. Unused takes and audio clips. The film's creditless opening. Suntory commercial using Your Name. Special documentary on Your Name's imagery and meaning, plus coverage of the popularity of the film in Japan and all around the world. Plus you get other limited items only available for preorders. This is a preorder scheduled for release in late July 2017.
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  • Genki I (Second Edition) Textbook   An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 1 Textbook
    One of the questions we get asked at J-List a lot is, "I want to start learning Japanese, what book do you recommend?" Most textbooks are entirely dry, uninteresting, and cannot follow a student's pace, leaving students frustrated. However, a new series by The Japan Times has recently taken Japanese language for foreigners by storm, and comes highly recommended by anyone who has taken it -- Genki, An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese. The entire course has 23 lessons, guiding the student from the beginning until the student has mastered elementary grammar and can read not only hiragana and katakana but over 300 of the most commonly used kanji as well.Each lesson has: 1) a dialogue introducing vocabulary and grammar in a situation the student may find familiar; 2) a list of the vocabulary with hiragana, katakana, kanji and English meaning; 3) grammar with full explanations in English; 4) interesting usage notes; 5) several pages of practice questions designed to be fun and interesting incorporating dialogue skills, writing skills, and thinking skills; 6) additional vocabulary. Each lesson also has a complementary lesson in hiragana/katakana/kanji, with reading and writing exercises. The separate workbook has more writing exercises and kanji writing practice. This is simply the recommended textbook for anyone beginning Japanese up to 3rd level in the JLPT.THIS BOOK: This book is textbook I (Second Edition), starting from no knowledge to knowing hiragana, katakana and the first 145 kanji. Romanization of Japanese is used in the first two lessons to help students unfamiliar with hiragana and katakana, but soon tries to ween the student off romanization. Has Lessons 1 - 12 and follows the structure as written above. Indexes are in the back as well as tables for numbers, counters, hiragana/katakana chart, map of Japan and verb conjugations. 7" x 10" (18 x 25.5 cm) 382 pages, perfect bound. A CD teaching guide in MP3 format (not available in the previous edition) is included and also features updated expressions used in Japan's modern society, easier to follow grammar explanations and new columns on Japanese culture and life .The Genki Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Series:Genki I (Lessons #1‾12): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Genki II (Lessons #13‾23): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Click here to see all the items we carry from the Genki Integrated Japanese series. A great bilingual textbook for studying the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
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  • Genki I (Second Edition) Workbook   An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 1 Workbook
    One of the questions we get asked at J-List a lot is, "I want to start learning Japanese, what book do you recommend?" Most textbooks are entirely dry, uninteresting, and cannot follow a student's pace, leaving students frustrated. However, a new series by The Japan Times has recently taken Japanese language for foreigners by storm, and comes highly recommended by anyone who has taken it -- Genki, An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese. The entire course has 23 lessons, guiding the student from the beginning until the student has mastered elementary grammar and can read not only hiragana and katakana but over 300 of the most commonly used kanji as well.Each lesson has: 1) a dialogue introducing vocabulary and grammar in a situation the student may find familiar; 2) a list of the vocabulary with hiragana, katakana, kanji and English meaning; 3) grammar with full explanations in English; 4) interesting usage notes; 5) several pages of practice questions designed to be fun and interesting incorporating dialogue skills, writing skills, and thinking skills; 6) additional vocabulary. Each lesson also has a complementary lesson in hiragana/katakana/kanji, with reading and writing exercises. The separate workbook has more writing exercises and kanji writing practice. This is simply the recommended textbook for anyone beginning Japanese up to 3rd level in the JLPT.THIS BOOK: This is the workbook complementing textbook I. Each lesson follows what has been learned in the corresponding lesson in the textbook, with written exercises to test comprehension of grammar and vocabulary (approximately 6-8 pages of material per lesson). A separate kanji section is included, with space to practice writing kanji (or make copies so you can practice more), and questions to test kanji knowledge with meanings and readings of the kanji. A perfect complement to the textbook and an excellent way to practice and test what has been learned. 7" x 10" (18 x 25.5 cm) 136 pages, card cover perfect bound. A supplemental CD-Rom w/ MP3 lessons (not available from previous edition) is also included to help you on your way to Japanese language proficiency. The Genki Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Series:Genki I (Lessons #1‾12): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Genki II (Lessons #13‾23): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Click here to see all the items we carry from the Genki Integrated Japanese series. A great bilingual textbook for studying the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
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  • Ramune Soda Peach
    Get ready for 200 ml of wackiness for your taste buds with this unusual flavor for Ramune - Peach Ramune! Ramune candy (also written as lamune) is a delicious snack treat from Japan's Showa era, loved by all Japanese for decades. Inspired by the famous Japanese ramune drink, which has the glass ball inside the bottle, the word is based on the English word "lemonade." Remove the white plastic wrapper from around the top of the bottle. DO NOT THROW AWAY THE GREEN PLASTIC CIRCLE! Or else you will have a very hard time opening the bottle. Punch out the plastic plunger from the perforated ring it's attached to, place it in the hole in the thick plastic mouthpiece, and use it to push the marble down into the bottle with gentle yet firm pressure. As soon as you hear the pop sound of the soda opening, remove your hand quickly. If you're not used to opening Ramune, make sure you've got a towel handy because your Ramune may fizz out of the bottle. Drink chilled and enjoy! Distributed by AFG.
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