Pretty recently, NihongoUp created some new projects such as charts and posters. They are sold as packages, with three different packages being available. I ended up buying two packages, cause I love charts, posters, etc. I thought I’d share with you, how I use mine! ^^; (more…)
A while back I acquired an Android phone, more specifically a Sprint HTC EVO, which I have been in love with ever since. So far, I’ve found a good deal of apps that can help when learning Japanese, but there are 5 apps that stick out for me. These are apps that are worth making sure you always have on your phone.
Everyone needs to practice. I suppose that is what makes it hard to learn a language. Most of us in today’s age are looking for a quick return and with a language like Japanese, you usually can’t get that. It takes many times going over things again and again until finally it’s built into you. That is where NihongoUp, for an extremely cheap and reasonable price, steps in.