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This weekend I’m reading Ao no Futsumashi 1. I have put off reading the series, but felt that yesterday was the perfect time to start a new title, and so far I’m enjoying it. The first Ao no Futsumashi book … Continue reading

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Naruto volume 1 and 2

During these past three weeks or so I have read Naruto volume 1 and 2 in Japanese, and it has been both fun and educative. I had to look up words on every single page, often 5-10 words that I … Continue reading

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How I translate Japanese manga

These past ten days I have been reading Naruto as much as possible in the evenings. I have started from page 1 of volume 1, as my ambition is to read (and therefore translate) all of the books. So far … Continue reading

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I finished Remembering the Kanji 1!

Finally, after about eight months I finished the first volume of Remembering the Kanji. It has been a fun and most importantly a very rewarding journey through more than 2000 kanji, and I wouldn’t have been without it. I am … Continue reading

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