“Japan Up Close: 15 Lessons on Society and Culture in Japanese” is a book written by Mizue Sasaki and edited by The Japan Times. It is made for learners and japan enthusiasts with intermediate Japanese skills. This 208-page handbook will allow you to improve your Japanese reading. To facilitate your learning, you will find English instructions in this book.
This book helps readers develop and expand their comprehension of Japan by featuring a variety of texts that explore the country from many different angles, and then carrying out a series of tasks to strengthen their comprehension.
“Writing Business Emails in Japanese: The Basics and Practical Examples” is a book written by Setsuko Matsumoto, Yoshiko Sakuma, Emiko Nagatomo, Fusae Nanba, Aki Matsukura, and Yuko Hamahata and made for learners and expats in japan with intermediate Japanese abilities. The 120 pages of this book will allow you to enhance your Japanese language. To help you study in the best conditions, you will find instructions in English in this book.
This handbook is an essential resource for any professional who wants to be able to write business emails in Japanese with absolute confidence. Its many useful tips and sample sentences will teach you how to write polite and clear messages to your colleagues, customers, or partners.