She said “Sa yo na ra”

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like, always! Have you watched or known a movie named “The Intern”? Anne Hathaway played Jules who founded and run online faction site. In there, Ben who was played by Robert De Niro becomes senior intern at there. This is the comedy and drama movie that they … Continue reading She said “Sa yo na ra”

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Inside Sweets of FISH

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading, your liked, and comment. If you like, please participate in our blog! These day, I have some food that I really wanna eat. What do you think what I wanna eat? たこ焼き Takoyaki(food of Osaka)? お好み焼き Okonomiyaki(food of Osaka)? Oh my god, I really wanna eat them too. But, they are … Continue reading Inside Sweets of FISH

Our Guest #1 :Lady From Thailand

  Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like! October, 15. Finally, we welcomed to our first guest who is lady from Thailand. To tell the truth, she is my real friend and I practice English and talked with her. Unfortunately, this day was rainy day. But, we were able to enjoy seeing around … Continue reading Our Guest #1 :Lady From Thailand

He is Standing by Ramen

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading and your like! A previous our article was about Ramen. Actually, Japanese Ramen restaurants are divided into 2 order types. One is, general restaurants as well, you order the server. The other is you buy a ticket at machine and give it server to order. Most Japanese Ramen restaurants … Continue reading He is Standing by Ramen

How do you get information about Tokyo? #1 from Terrace House

  Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading! A typhoon is coming to Japan and Tokyo now. Probably he is going to arrive on Monday ans see around Japan. Anyway, if you visit Tokyo and make travel plan before coming, how do you get information about Tokyo? For example, Internet? TV? Some guidebooks or SNS like … Continue reading How do you get information about Tokyo? #1 from Terrace House

A habit of Japanese after meals

Hey! It's Daichi! Thanks for reading always! Nice to see you again! Yesterday, I introduced "I ta da ki ma su"(いただきます) that is a habit and a kind of greeting before meals. Actually, Japanese has other one after meals. When you finish eating dinner or you are satisfied and enough, put your palms together And … Continue reading A habit of Japanese after meals