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Ken C Roi
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The Best Japanese Website

What's the best Japanese website of them all?  Here's one strong contender.

http://japaneseruleof7.com/the-best-japanese-website/
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Looking for a job in Japan? 

Problem solved--leave it to Ken Seeroi to get you set up with that sweet corner office:  http://japaneseruleof7.com/how-to-get-a-job-in-japan/
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Loving this. The latest news and goings-on in Japan, all in a convenient podcast: http://blog.gaijinpot.com/tag/podcast/

Now you can get news straight from Japan without having to bother with all that troublesome reading business.
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I’ve used Anki for more years than I can remember. It’s a great piece of software. You just stuff your soul into an envelope and mail it off to the Devil, and in about four to six weeks Japanese ability arrives in your mailbox.

It’s convenient like that.In case you’ve been studying Japanese under a rock, you shoul know that Anki is software that helps you remember stuff. It’s what they call a Spaced Repetition System. Kind of like an electronic flash card system. Anyway, I used to know more about it, but I forgot. But where was I? Oh yeah, so when you have a Japanese phrase that you want to remember, you just type it into Anki, and the software kindly reminds you to review it at just the right time. Every day, you review your Anki flash cards and pretty soon, Presto, you’re a Japanese genius. Well, that’s the theory, at least.

Yesterday, I rode my bike home from an izakaya at midnight, in the pouring rain. And even though I’m holding an umbrella in one hand, every time I come to a stoplight I pull out my iPod. Because you know I’ve got this Anki app so I can use it anywhere, and I’m stressing because I’ve got to review about a hundred cards today but of course I didn’t because I was out drinking with the old men again.

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http://www.japaneseruleof7.com/anki-best-software-ever-or-thing-from-hell/
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