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 Tabiota at the bigining, how to use this website.


This site is a program for learning Japanese language with a focus on tourism in Japan.
The articles are written from the viewpoint of each author (writer), rather than introducing well-known Japanese sightseeing spots.
For example, there are articles written by train geeks and by designers who focus on the beauty of Japan, etc. The program consists of various categories.
You can learn Japanese culture, Japanese history, and the Japanese way of thinking at the same time as learning Japanese.

The program consists of three parts: “Reading”, “Listening”, and “Watching”.
Each program is divided into three levels so that people of various levels of Japanese can study.

[ Advanced class ] Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N-1 and n-2 level
…… Japanese sentences at the level used by Japanese people in their daily lives. (No English translation.)
  Reading by a Japanese person with a standard Japanese accent at normal speed.

[ Intermediate class ] Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N-3 level
…… Shortened version of the advanced class text, paraphrased at N-3 level. (English translation is available.)
  Reading is in a standard Japanese accent and at a slightly slower speed than usual.

[ Beginner class ] Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N-4 level
…… The sentences are paraphrased from the intermediate level sentences to the N-4 level. (English translation available).
  Readings are in standard Japanese accents and at the same speed as the intermediate level.

Readings are given by a professional Japanese voice actor who speaks in standard Japanese.
You can listen to the readings over and over again during your commute to and from school and in your spare time.
You can take back the parts you didn’t understand and listen to them over and over again.
English translations are also available to deepen your understanding. (Intermediate and beginner level only)

Photos are included in each program. (Some programs cannot be posted due to rights issues.)
Some programs also have video clips so that you can enjoy the programs more deeply.
This information will be especially valuable for those who are interested in sightseeing in Japan.
Even if you are not a Japanese language learner, you can get information on hidden tourist attractions.

Learn Japanese and visit Japan. Please study or work in Japan and stay for a long period of time.
We believe that you will be able to experience the goodness of Japan, the warmth of the Japanese people, and the unique culture of Japan.