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A picture says a thousand words, and at 15 frames a second we're going to be saying a lot!!! Being the only true international language, body language is key to communication, and in this videocast, you can see the body movements that go along with the Japanese. In the video version, the same great staff from (podcast version) bring you basic and practical Japanese. These videocasts are designed in tandum with our podcasts to consolidate the audio lessons!

Customer Reviews

Terrific Beginning / Review Japanese Podcast!

Stumbled across this quite on accident and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely more "beginner" level, but as an intermediate speaker I found it an excellent review, and I even picked up a few phrases and words I wasn't using already. The classes are short, but taught with charm and humor, and offer lesson notes which are downloaded onto your iPod with the podcast (and can be downloaded in PDF form from the website. An excellent adjunct to your Japanese learning. Recommended!

Help For The World's Hardest Language

Lessons here are basic but essential. The US Department of State rates Japanese as a "Superhard Language", and for good reason. That's why this podcast is a vital partner in the struggle to master this daunting tongue. These lessons are short, to the point, well-explained, with clear-talking native speakers who really understand how to sound things out.

Incredible introduction to language and culture

Far and away the best Japanese podcast available. For a beginner, the pace is just right on this excellent podcast. And as much as I like learning about the language, I also love the cultural lessons that are always woven into each lesson. My only critique is that sometimes the American spends too much time presenting the lesson and not enough time on the lesson itself, and I wish they had more participation from Japanese male speakers.