Are you trouble in learning Japanese language? I am sure that Japanese is a difficult language to learn, so this time we will introduce a way to learn Japanese, especially in conversation .
Reading Japanese manga is good way to learning Japanese. When you were a child, you used to read a lot of picture books with your parents or on your own. Then you have learned words with pictures which express character’s behavior and feeling or the situation they are facing.
At this time you understood the words not as list of words, but as concept. In other words, with a picture you can easily imagine the thing or situation that the word represents. (When you hear of the word ‘dog’, the figure of dog can be come to mind? ) If you can imagine the something from the word, you can memorize the word easily.
Furthermore, There is an another good point about picture books. I think that you have read the same picture book time and time again in your childhood. It is because reading the book itself was fun for a child and arousing child’s curiosity. That probably helped him or her to memorize words and get concept of words.
The same thing can be said of reading manga. There are a lot of pictures in manga and as you know, Japanese manga is very interesting and fun and covered over a variety genres. I am sure that reading Japanese manga can help your learning Japanese, so today I will introduce some of manga which I think are good teaching material to study Japanese language below.
Kimi ni Todoke
Sawako Kuronuma, called Sadako by her classmates for her resemblance to the character Samara from ‘The Ring’ (a popular Japanese horror movie), has always been feared and misunderstood because of her appearance. There are rumors that Sawako can see ghosts and curse people. But when her idol, the popular Kazehaya, begins talking with her, everything changes. She finds herself in a new world, making new friends and talking to different people. Sawako opens up to new people, making it easy for them to hurt her or help her. Which will her new friends do?
I was moved by Sawako’s growing up and the attitude for her to do her best no matter when. I’ve remember my high school days and wanted to came back then.
Hachimitsu Academy, known for its strict academic standards and even stricter school code, is making a giant change this year. In the first time in school history, they are allowing boys to be admitted. As Fujino Kiyoshi starts his first day at Hachimitsu Academy he is shocked to find out that there are only 4 other guys in the entire school, making the ratio of girls to boys 200:1. And to their dismay, not one of the thousand girls will talk to them or even acknowledge them. But Kiyoshi and the guys are about to find out about the shadow student council that has been threatening the female students about interacting with male students.
In the manga, funny, serious and erotic scenes are mixed perfectly. It certainly makes you laugh.
To Love-Ru Darkness
Even though this is a sequel to To-Love-Ru, all of our main characters make an appearance along with some new additions. Rito continues to be caught in over the top uncensored ecchi scenarios. The alien Deviluke sisters still use their unique abilities to grab Rito’s love confession. Nana and Momo have transferred into the school and meet Mea, who seems to be a worry free and joyful girl. Momo in particular wants to share Rito and create a harem for him. While scheming her plan, she confronts Golden Darkness also known as Yami. They are interrupted by possessed students who begin to fight with abnormal strength. Now the new plot line appears as a mysterious person who’s in control of the students tests Yami’s assassination skills. Who is this new enemy?
Girls are so cute! That is all of the manga. I love that girls very much.
Thank you for your reading.
I will introduce another manga next time !