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Posted - 1 year 11 months ago
Hi folks! I'm back with a little surprise :D Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 2 years 2 months ago
Mis creadores han trabajado muy duro en un proyecto que acaba de salir en la plataforma Kickstarter :) Les sera de gran ayuda si pudierais compartir y/o participar en el proyecto ^^ Link
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Posted - 2 years 3 months ago
Do you want to learn Japanese? We're on a 75% off SALE right now! Get it on Android: Link Link
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Posted - 2 years 8 months ago
Volvemos a surcar los mares! :D iOS: Link Andrd: Link
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Posted - 2 years 11 months ago
"Swimming is like flying, but with water" - Tako Sensei iOS: Link Andrd: Link
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Posted - 2 years 11 months ago
I don't know why but I always chose the water one! Android: Link iOS: Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 Ds ago
Even though I look like a Pokmon, I'm not, so stop throwing pokeballs at me...please!
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Posted - 3 years 2 Ws ago
Have you ever wonder: What's the meaining of the Kanji that Jiraiya-sensei wears in his forehead? Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 3 Ws ago
As Zoro with his Katanas, it takes a lot of practice and hard work to learn how to write and read Japanese. Let's practice! :D Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 1 month ago
An recuerdo cuando trabaj como Samurai! Entrenando todos los das con mi katana. Mmm... espera, quizs fue un sueo :O Aprende ms japons conmigo: Android - Link ... iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 1 month ago
You need to learn Japanese in order to find the One piece! Join me in this adventure! :P Android: Link iOS: Link
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Posted - 3 years 1 month ago
If you want to be a Japanese ninja, training is the key to success! Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 1 month ago
Cats know how to spend weekends! Have a nice weekend everyone! :) Learn more Japanese with Tako: Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
Japanese people are dog lovers! There are shops with every kind of accessories for them. I wish there were shops for Takos too :_( Learn more Japanese with Tako: Android - Link iOS - Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
Japanese cities are full of lights! Have you ever visited one? Download Takos Japanese now to learn more! iOS - Link Android - Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
"Tako...I am your Sensei" - Sensei Vader.
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
! (Fuyu is coming!) Learn with Tako-chan: iOS - Link Android - Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
! (Fuyu is coming!) Aprende con Tako-chan en: iOS - Link Android - Link
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Posted - 3 years 2 months ago
When I need to meditate about how many Kanjis I've learned I got to the Otera... ommmmmmm:
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Posted - 3 years 3 months ago
This week theme is: Places :) iOS: Link Android: Link
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Posted - 3 years 3 months ago
Me encantara poder relajarme en un Onsen! :) iOS: Link Android: Link
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Posted - 3 years 3 months ago
This week theme is - Places - :) iOS: Link Android: Link
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Posted - 3 years 3 months ago
El tema de esta semana es: Lugares :) iOS: Link Android: Link
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Posted - 3 years 5 months ago
Cual es la mejor forma de llegar al acuario Sunshine Aquarium en Tokyo? Pues siguiendo a un gracioso grupo de pinginos que te guiarn por las calles de la capital nipona desde la pantalla de tu smartphone. Una genialidad diseada por el propio acuario que, observando la dificultad de la gente para llegar hasta sus instalaciones, decidi crear este simptico sistema de navegacin.
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Posted - 3 years 5 months ago
Japn inaugura el primer paso ferroviario para tortugas. Una ingeniosa idea que ofrece un salvoconducto para estos pequeos reptiles a la hora de cruzar las vas del tren. As se evitan accidentes y se asegura que los trenes lleguen a su destino a tiempo. Cowabunga!
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Posted - 3 years 5 months ago
El regreso de Star Wars a la gran pantalla ha arrasado en el pas nipn. Y dnde no? Lo que aqu no tenemos son compaas como Rapi:t o All Nipon Airlines que han decorado sus flotas con los personajes de la saga para que por fin podamos sentirnos parte de la flota galctica. Que la fuerza os acompae!
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Posted - 3 years 6 months ago
Akiba Kart, situada en Akihabara (Barrio tecnolgico de Tokyo) ofrece un servicio para alquilar Karts y darte un paseo en ellos por las calles de la capital nipona. Que creis que hacen los cosplayers? Pues disfrazarse de los personajes de Mario Kart por supuesto!
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Posted - 3 years 6 months ago
En Tokyo han tenido la fantstica idea de abrir el primer caf dedicado a la saga de nuestro querido Super Mario. Ubicado en el juvenil barrio de Shibuya ofrece una carta llena de productos inspirados en la famossima saga. Bueno, A que hora quedamos para tomar el caf?
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Posted - 3 years 6 months ago
Os presentamos las lneas de tren japonesas dedicadas a Doraemon, el gato csmico. Prxima parada: Infancia feliz.
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
In Ine Bay, in Kyoto Prefecture, there is one of the most magical and hidden place from Japan: the Boat Houses of Ine (Ine no Funaya). Some people has named this place "The Venice of Japan", formed by 230 wooden boat houses (funaya) which feature openings that act as boat moorings for their residents. You won't find this beautiful scenario advertised in most of the guidebooks, so is the perfect place for run away from the tourists and the big cities massification.:
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
According to this video from the the Youtube channel "Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101", these are the top 10 hardest Japanese words to pronounce. Do you agree? Link
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
These are the most popular Japanese expressions of 2015: The first is bakugai (), which means, literally, "bulk purchasing". This expression has became popular because of the amount of Chinese tourist who visit Japan, and spend a lot of money in the Japanese shopping malls. The second one is toripuru surri. This expression comes from the baseball universe, and is used for talking about players that have ended the season with at least 30 home runs, 30 stolen bases and 30% ...beaten balls. What do you think? Did you expected these words?
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
Yesterday, Takos Japanese won the Serious Game of the Year Award in the Fun & Serious Festival! Congratulations to my makers, Grogshot Games :D:
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
Some Kanji characters were made from very primitive pictures. They have evolved, keeping a bit of the essence of what they represent. Usually, each Kanji has at least two ways of being read; the Japanese reading (Kun Yomi) and the Chinese reading (On Yomi). Do you recognize them?:
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
Do you imagine a The Legend of Zelda movie made by the Studio Ghibli? The Tumblr artist Matt Vince has imagined the movie posters. I wish this was real!:
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
Do you remember Barbapapa cartoons and books? A caf dedicated to these cute creatures has just opened in Japan, with customized dishes, decorations, merchandising...So kawaii!:
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Posted - 3 years 7 months ago
It's Friday! Do you have any plan? How about...have dinner with your cat? Purina Japan is offering a catering service in which a professional chef will come to your home and will cook for you and your cat, so you can be able to share the table with your pet while he/she is eating the new fancy food brand for cats MontPetit. Do you think that is gonna be a success?: Link
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Japan, as you know, is distinguished for the rules of decorum. These are present even when you are drinking alcohol. For the Japanese is usual, especially in formal situations, to serve the rest of the people and never serve ourselves. even at the end. When you have finished to serve everybody, you have to leave the bottle at the table and wait for someone to serve you. Yo can say that in Japan you don't get drunk...people get you drunk!:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Japanese airlines All Nippon Airways (ANA) has teamed up with Disney to create an airplane inspired by Star Wars universe. This Boeing 787 is decorated on the outside with a style that reminds R2-D2, but inside is better: red and blue illumination, customized seats, light sabers...And the chance of see the six movies of the saga while you're flying :):
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
The Japanese, through thousands of votes, have recently chosen the cities with the best night views of Japan. The winner is Nagasaki, and in the second and third place we can find Sapporo and Kobe. Nagasaki has totally recovered since the nuclear attack of 1945, and now is a huge port city with a strong industry of ship construction. What do you think about the views from the most elevated parks?:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
If you are in Japan and you want to eat in a local restaurant, you have to be very careful with the manners. You can't nail the chopsticks in the rice bowl, because it's a funeral rite. Also, changing food from a stick to another is impolite to, so, if we want to give some of our food to a friend, we have to put it in a dish. If we don't have cutlery for serve, it's polite to use the upper part of our chopsticks (that one which does not touch the mouth) for serving ourselves and maintain the food "clean".:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
One of the most typical features of Japan is the architecture. In big cities is very common to find tiny houses designed to make use of incredibly small or narrow spaces. Who said that the size matters? :):
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Japanese inventions are always surprising us. The latest are these contact lenses that make your eyes look like if you were an anime character. I'm sure this will be a very interesting item for the cosplayers...:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
The public baths are common in the Japanese hotels, available for the hotel guests. But did you know that the most of them ban tattooed tourists? The tattoo culture is different in Japan, where the tattoos are traditionally associated with yakuza organised crime bands. So many tourist can't use this public baths because their tattoos are frowned upon.:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
One of the main attractions in Japan are the Shrines, scattered around the country. The guides only feature the most famous Shrines, but, according to many travelers, these four unknown Shrines deserve a visit in our next travel to Japan: 1- Motosuminari Shrine, in Yamaguchi Prefecture 2- Oarai Isosaki Shrine, in Ibaraki Prefecture 3- Ota Shrine, in Hokkaido... 4- Arakura Sengen Shrine, in Yamanashi Prefecture
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Good Monday! The beginning of the week is easier if someone prepares you these breakfasts and lunches. Aren't they adorable?:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Halloween is here! Are your costumes ready? And the decorations? Some people take very seriously the pumpkin carving...Look at these amazing designs!:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
The release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is getting closer, and some establishments are launching interesting products. The Japanese chain Ginza Cozy Corner has launched a limited edition of Star Wars sweets, cakes...It's a pity that we have to eat them, isn't it?:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Happy Wednesday! Today I'm gonna give an interesting (and maybe unknown) advice for everyone who is thinking in travel to Japan :) Did you know that the tips are considered impolite in Japan? Although in a lot of countries it is common to give tips, Japanese waiters feel like you are showing your superiority upon them. So, if you travel to Japan...don't waste your money in tips!:
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Posted - 3 years 8 months ago
Did you know that a real life Pokmon gym is set to open in Japan next month? It will be a meeting place for fans, where they will be able to participate in interactive and virtual reality activities. They will help Charizard to win a battle, dance with Pokemon, learn how to fight with Lucario...The admission will cost 400 yen ( $ 4.20 ).:
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