The Japanese That Japanese People Don’t Know (日本人の知らないの日本語) Review


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Alright everyone, I started watching “The Japanese That Japanese People Don’t Know” (「日本人の知らないの日本語」)my expectations were not too high to begin with, and I thought that I would become bored pretty fast from the title… But was I ever WRONG!

This Japanese Drama blew me out of the water with the great mix of personalities, playful attitude, seriousness when needed, tons of interesting aspects of Japan and daily life, and not to mention actual Japanese Language pointers!  If you are looking for something to get into where you can watch it more than once, this is a definite 5 out of 5 on my list.  What I really enjoyed the most out of this series was how it showed a group of people of all ages working for their dreams and all the struggles that were part of their journeys.

I can get more in-depth if anyone is interested on specifics, or talking about favorite parts, but only if you ask! 😉

So far we are off to a great start, and there are still about 30 different titles left for me to check out.  If there is anything in particular that you feel is worth checking out, or avoiding, let me know!

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About mindofryan

spontaneity - check open minded- check optimistic- check 一期一会 - check I am a College grad, managing the daily work load, a social life, and personal hobbies. I love martial arts and am interested in seeing the world and it's cultures.

Posted on June 9, 2011, in 「日本人の知らない日本語」/ "The Japanese that Japanese people don't know", Japan, Japanese, Japanese Dramas, Languages and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. thegirlwhospeaksforeign

    my favorite part has to be when their doing counters and it gets all out of control LOL

    • you’ve seen it too?! not too many people i know have.

      haha, the fish! what was it まくろ?i can’t remember but it was ridiculous how many ways to count it there are.

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