Unique Japanese Greetings To Make You Stand Out

Long, long ago, on Japanese Level Up, I used to make videos. A lot of them. Speaking Japanese, introducing Japan, and showing my face everywhere. Where did they all go? I removed them. Because I found them to be incredibly boring. But for the longest time, I’ve wanted to try to get back into it. You know, actually create videos you’d want to watch. I’ve attempted to do a bunch of research on how to make good videos, themes I wanted to explore, and what I thought would be fun and beneficial for all of you out there.

This is what I’ve come up with. The idea was to combine Japanese culture and language with humor, and be accessible to people of all levels of Japanese. If you like it, there may be more… If you have any ideas for topics or things you want to see, let me know in the comments!

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Adam

Adam

Founder of Jalup. Spends most of his time absorbing and spreading thrilling information about learning Japanese.

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Unique Japanese Greetings To Make You Stand Out — 10 Comments

  1. It seems your efforts to improve paid off. That was pretty entertaining :)

    As for future topics, I’d love to see a video about “internet slang”. I think it’d be a natural fit for this kind of presentation.

  2. Yes, more, bring it! Lots of(even more) examples/clips from Japanese stuff really hightens the experience in my opinion.
    +1 on “internet slang”
    and maybe “common anime expressions and if they work IRL”(I wanna see you try them!)

  3. If there was a Japanese version of Seinfeld, there’d have to be an entire episode devoted to a character landing a bit role in a film where all he has to say is よろしくお願いします.

  4. これは最高だね。
    もっともっともっと!
    It’s great, And I’ve never commented here before.
    that is to say that it was so good that I had to give a comment for this one.

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