Learning from Famous Japanese Literature Everyone Knows

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Once I put furigana (spelling out the kanji in hiragana) on a certain kanji, I will not write furigana for that kanji again.So you will find many furigana in Chapter 1 but less furigana in Chapter 30. If you read through this book many times, you will eventually memorize kanji.

Also, it’s important to read same materials over and over in order to improve your Japanese.

Even if you are a newcomer to Japanese and read only the English sections, you will still come to understand something about how Japanese culture has been formed.

This time, I asked professional proofreader, Noah to proofread it.

Noah is a professional Japanese translator and interpreter who holds a BA in East Asian Languages and Cultures. He has lived, studied and worked in Japan for nearly seven years, including two years studying at Sophia University in Tokyo and four years teaching English on the JET Program in rural Fukushima Prefecture.

So the English part is different from the one I used in Lessons, so it was also fun for me to read the edited version.

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Thank you as always!