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  1. [img]https://i120.fastpic.org/big/2022/1117/93/9f259c6a93581186e24d8778214c0e93.jpeg[/img] English | 2022 | ISBN: 4805316896 | 356 pages | True PDF | 125.3 MB Learn to read, write, and speak everyday Japanese with manga stories! If you enjoy manga, you'll love learning Japanese with this book. The language lessons are interspersed with entertaining manga comic strips, making it easy to learn and remember all the key vocabulary and grammar. With a focus on the casual speech used by young people in Japan, you'll find yourself feeling confident with speaking, reading, and writing Japanese quickly! Designed for self-study use by adult learners, this book is a fun resource for beginners--no prior knowledge of Japanese required! Readers will find: Help with learning to write and pronounce the 92 Hiragana and Katakana letters plus 160 basic Kanji charactersHundreds of useful words and phrases--from numbers and greetings to expletives and insults!Seven manga stories woven throughout the book, reinforcing your grasp of the languageThe basic vocabulary and grammar needed to communicate in Japanese!Hundreds of exercises with free online audio recordings by Japanese native speakersA bidirectional dictionary and answer keys for all the exercises **Recommended for language learners 16 year old & up. Not intended for high school classroom use due to adult content.** [b]Download Links[/b] [b]Rapidgator[/b] [code] https://rapidgator.net/file/1867cba5d32d4e875688391f797370c2/uyyut.L.J.w.M.V.O.A.S.L.B.f.B.rar.html [/code] [b]Nitroflare[/b] [code] https://nitroflare.com/view/B2767FC59F5BC35/uyyut.L.J.w.M.V.O.A.S.L.B.f.B.rar[/code]
  2. Published 11/2022 Created by Norman Pirollo MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 10 Lectures ( 1h 57m ) | Size: 2 GB A woodworking course by Norman Pirollo What you'll learn Learn the traditional Japanese craft of Kumiko. The asa-no-ha motif is featured. Detailed steps to create the pattern are demonstrated and described. The Kumiko panels are created using several hand tools and some machinery in initial wood preparation. Follow me as I demonstrate the steps in creating a striking Kumiko panel you can incorporate in a piece of furniture, wall panel, or Shoji screen. You will be familiar with Kumiko after this course and can expand into other Kumiko patterns. Requirements Woodworking skills (cutting and trimming wood) necessary. One large (wide) chisel and backsaw necessary You can have the Guide Block blanks prepared for you and assemble them. Pre-cut and dimensioned Kumiko strips are also available at large woodworking retailers. Description Learn the traditional Japanese woodworking craft of Kumiko. The asa-no-ha motif is featured. Detailed steps to create the pattern are demonstrated and described. Guide Block plan included with course. Elevate your woodworking aesthetic by incorporating Kumiko into furniture or wall art. The Kumiko panels are created using several hand tools and some machinery in initial wood preparation. Follow me as I demonstrate the steps in creating a striking Kumiko panel you can incorporate in a piece of furniture, wall panel, or Shoji screen. Kumiko is a centuries old woodworking tradition. with a relatively small investment of basswood, a chisel, small saw and guide blocks, you can begin to create Kumiko panels. The panels can be hung from a wall as decorative pieces or incorporated into a furniture design. Kumiko decorative panels are the ideal conversation piece and will demonstrate your newly developed woodworking skills. Creating Kumiko is a relaxing process that will expand your creativity and provide quick, tangible results at the end of a few hours.The topics covered in this 10-part Kumiko course:1. Introduction and history of Kumiko2. Components of a Kumiko panel3. Wood preparation of Kumiko components4. Detailed video of Kumiko creation process5. Detailed steps to create guide blocks6. Techniques to simplify Kumiko making7. Incorporating a Kumiko panel in furniture8. Thicknessing sled9. Bench hook project Who this course is for If you are interested in expanding your woodworking skills and learning the traditional Japanese craft of Kumiko, this course is for you. Creating unique Kumiko patterns, this course will introduce you to the basics. You can then move on to other patterns or simply continue to create the Asa-no-ha patter (snowflake) pattern. Learn how to incorporate Kumiko into your woodworking furniture projects or simply create decorative panels to hang on a wall. Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/kumiko-learn-traditional-japanese-wood-craft/ Download From 1DL https://1dl.net/q98vg938icc3/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part3.rar.html https://1dl.net/z87qjpy095s0/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part1.rar.html https://1dl.net/zfo15jw9m0jq/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part2.rar.html Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/4f76e1afd22412c30a181c7fa2641012/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part3.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/9b2146dc648ee9ef8f3228d6caf5d621/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/a76f4eafce505916f98d60d07040956f/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part1.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/022C4e1B28Fe8b9e/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part2.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/027537617F72A422/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/4546b1e02Cd4862C/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part3.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/0215B778AF5E1E1/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part3.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/6090282B96EA0D9/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part2.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/DF44B1A19437554/shigy.Kumiko.Learn.Traditional.Japanese.Wood.Craft.part1.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  3. 2022-11-25 MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 146.30 MB | Duration: 11m How To Teach Grammar To Japanese Students About This Class You may use your outputs in your actual lessons with your students. Your outputs will be evaluated through written feedback. Samples are provided. Description Hi, Teachers! Welcome to our class! In this class, you will learn some grammar teaching strategies and cultures from the Philippines, Japan, and America. We expect to have a weekly interaction with you via the discussion questions and projects provided. At the end of this class, you will be able to demonstrate teaching a grammar topic to your Japanese students and integrate it into a specific culture. Project Guide You may use your outputs in your actual lessons with your students. Your outputs will be evaluated through written feedback. Samples are provided. (Lesson 2: Past simple and past continuous) Post your favorite picture or video that relates to Filipino, Japanese, or even American culture is preferable. Write the story behind it. Make sure to use the past simple and past continuous tenses. Sample (Lesson 3: Conditional and Wishes) Create any activity about conditionals or wishes for your students. You may also relate it to Japanese culture. Be creative and make sure the students can apply their learning in this lesson. Sample Final Output: Online Teaching Demonstration RESOURCES Lesson 2: Past Simple and Past Continuous Tenses ; Nominication Overview Lesson 1:Introduction: How to Teach Grammar to Japanese Students Lesson 2:Past Simple & Past Continuous Tenses Homepage https://www.skillshare.com/en/classes/How-to-Teach-Grammar-to-Japanese-Students/1959445602 Download From 1DL https://1dl.net/pgos14mb2njs/zimzb.How.To.Teach.Grammar.To.Japanese.Students.rar.html Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/964b4b54169157f3cb3bbc26fcbb697f/zimzb.How.To.Teach.Grammar.To.Japanese.Students.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/091bb63080D8A67F/zimzb.How.To.Teach.Grammar.To.Japanese.Students.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/8D131CF16A5F528/zimzb.How.To.Teach.Grammar.To.Japanese.Students.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  4. Published 11/2022 Created by Aki Moritani MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 26 Lectures ( 5h 31m ) | Size: 3.91 GB A a fun, clear and practical way for English speakers to master Japanese intermediate grammar. A a fun, clear and practical way for English speakers to master Japanese intermediate grammar. What you'll learn Understand the basic differences between English and Japanese Engage in dynamic and natural Japanese conversations Understand intermediate level Japanese nouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs and grammar Read Japanese writings with common Kanji characters Requirements Basic Japanese grammar Description This course is made for primary to intermediate learners who want to raise their level of Japanese.This course is full of useful expressions which will make your Japanese more precise and dynamic like native Japanese. You will start to learn expressions including subtle nuances which English doesn't have!e.g. expressions based on general opinions or personal opinions         I will explain them with clear context, so No Worries! You will understand them. I have been updating all lessons due to feedback from my private lesson students and I also included their actual questions in the lessons. I hope you feel like taking my private lessons! (If you are interested in my private lessons, please let me know.)Please take a look at lesson titles and some videos first to make your mind!  L0 - Self-introductions (with basic grammar) L1 - Plain form of verbs L2 - 3 Plain forms of verbs L3 - Past plain forms of verbs L4 - How to make noun phrases  L5 - How to express your ability L6 - How to express your experiences L7 - Time conjunctions as clauses L8 - How to express changes (as results/plans) L9 - Plain suggestion form and volition form L10 - How to express basic quotes L11 - How to express your certainty levels L12 - How to express your advice  L13 - Relative clauses L14 - Te-form expressions L15 - How to express requests with Te-form L16 - How to express permission with Te-form L17 - How to express continuous actions/states with Te-form L17 Extra - More expressions with Te-form L18 - Nai-form expressions L19 - How to express obligation with Nai-form L20 - How to express existence and possession L21 - How to express comparisons L22 - How to list examples  Review - Let's discuss grammar in this courseAfter completing the course, you will be able to say this entire message in Japanese! :) Who this course is for Learners wanting to improve their Japanese should take this course All learners who want to review important Japanese grammar should take this course Beginners should NOT take this course https://www.udemy.com/course/simple-japanese-grammar-conversation-2/ Download From 1DL https://1dl.net/kcyvsbiumrfo/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part3.rar.html https://1dl.net/n6dww49uqliy/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part2.rar.html https://1dl.net/q5kup60g8krd/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part5.rar.html https://1dl.net/zgao13m9a99x/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part1.rar.html https://1dl.net/zkzph86l6ggn/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part4.rar.html Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/091ebb73d368bc366c096e989837b024/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/4968cb51d830c40272912f4125de16b3/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part5.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/76e3b0f9f98c8033d71f1045a3361a6d/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/bcc17e42ee15efd4f039572c925ede31/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part4.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/f305c5ebbd4285b596430ab785a55611/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part3.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/15B631cAE04dEA61/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part5.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/63da3daE1d65a6e2/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part3.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/71dFa61f4f9a0210/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part4.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/9fa59e398b19AC4C/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part2.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/bDE96231a6495dfA/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part1.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/2A4AD3EC4B3010A/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part2.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/796D6EFB9568DE4/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part1.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/9B67B30B03503DC/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part3.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/BAF1B7B5EE0D745/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part4.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/D9FCFE27D340FAD/ptrqy.Simple.Japanese.Grammar..Conversation.2.part5.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  5. Published 11/2022 Created by Andy Watabe MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 41 Lectures ( 6h 38m ) | Size: 1.61 GB Speak Japanese from Day 1! Learn Japanese even if you have zero experience! What you'll learn How to order food and drinks at a restaurant Count hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands digits Talk about food such as fruits, vegetables, and meals Say prices and check out at a cash register Requirements This course is intended for beginners. Description Do you want to learn Japanese but don't know where to get started? If so, you're in the right place. This Japanese for Beginners course will teach you the basics of the Japanese language from the ground up. In this course, you will learn basic skills in Japanese such as:- How to order food and drinks at a restaurant- How to say hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands digits- How to talk about foods such as fruits, vegetables, and meals- How to read prices and check out at a cash registerLearning a language requires PRACTICE, just like when learning how to play a sport or instrument. This course offers ample opporutunities to practice speaking and applying the words and phrases you learn. The interactive video lessons are simple and easy to follow, even if you're a complete beginner!The Japanese writing system has 3 different alphabets - hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Most people start by learning hiragana, then katakana, then kanji. All of the videos in this course include romaji, so you can take this course without having learned any of the Japanese writing systems. If you already know hiragana and katakana, the resources section includes worksheets so you can practice writing Japanese using the phrases you learn in the lessons. Who this course is for Beginner Japanese learners who want to learn basic, conversational Japanese Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/japanese-for-beginners-level-2/ Download From 1DL https://1dl.net/qg2az4rwfias/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part2.rar.html https://1dl.net/u9a7ir6liqfz/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part1.rar.html Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/10a5c6b637a38c6ab692b15228339419/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/966a7c7d66c6a2a3da06bac5e4cfc297/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part1.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/68a843458d15443B/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/6cEb153438ff666c/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part2.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/78F9AD8D12B1C7E/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part2.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/DEEE76A9ACCEA42/swsvy.Japanese.for.Beginners..Level.2..Interactive.Online.Course.part1.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  6. Released 11/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 36 Lessons (16h 47m) | Size: 13.8 GB Learn the Language of the "Land of the Rising Sun." Japan attracts tens of millions of travelers from around the world every year. With its spectacular natural beauty, world heritage sites, immensely rich history, global pop culture influence, and the technology allure of cities like Tokyo, it has a little bit of everything. While you don't have to speak Japanese to enjoy this beautiful island nation, learning the language opens the country and culture to you in a way non-Japanese speakers would miss. Now is the time to venture into this fascinating language with Learning Japanese: A Gateway into Culture. In 36 lessons, you will learn not only how to speak, read, and write Japanese on an introductory level, but also to appreciate the culture as revealed in the language-a culture built on respect for others and the supreme importance of community. Your professor, Yuki Sasaki Caldwell, is a native Japanese speaker who has lived and worked in the United States for decades. She teaches with an energy and enthusiasm for her subject that makes learning a new language as fun as it is informative. In addition to hearing the language spoken and seeing it written, this course's on-screen transliteration and graphics make it easy for you to follow along as you increase your Japanese language skills. Japanese Language Reveals Japanese Culture Every language reveals aspects of its national culture, and this is especially true of Japanese. Even if you knew absolutely nothing about the country, you would become intimately familiar with Japanese culture by learning the language. One of the most significant values in Japanese culture is the inclination to be polite; you never want to brag or put another person in an awkward or embarrassing position. This desire for civility, politeness, and respect is paramount in every aspect of Japanese life. Supporting that value, the Japanese language has three separate forms of speech corresponding to three levels of politeness: the plain or dictionary form, the polite form, and the honorific or humble form. Choosing the appropriate form to use while speaking Japanese is a much more complex decision and has greater ramifications than choosing between "yep" or "yes, ma'am" in English. In this course, Yuki teaches the three forms and guides you in choosing which form to use in which circumstances. She explains the cultural emphasis on values, such as Humility. You will notice in conversation that Japanese people deflect compliments. In fact, they will state out loud that they're not very good at the action they're being complimented for, no matter their actual skill level, because being humble is valued much more highly than having achievements. Respecting Elders. Japan has a long history of showing respect to older people and that is also reflected in the language. The honorific form is always used when speaking to older people-meaning anyone older than yourself-as a sign of respect and politeness. If you don't know if someone is old enough to deserve that honorific form of speech, it's always best to err on the side of politeness. Not Saying "No." Japanese cultural norms dictate that you never answer a question with a direct "no." Instead, Japanese provides other vocabulary for those situations. The appropriate Japanese responses are indirect or incomplete and would be considered "hemming and hawing" in English. But your native Japanese language partner will understand your meaning and appreciate this approach. Learning to Write Japanese Native English speakers learn the Roman (also called Latin) alphabet beginning in preschool, or even sooner. These symbols, which we know as letters, include all the consonants and vowels that are used to create every sound and word in the English language. This alphabet is the only tool they will ever need to write in English. Japanese, on the other hand, does not use an alphabet. Written Japanese uses two systems of syllabaries and one system of logograms. In a syllabary, each symbol represents a complete syllable, not just a single sound. While English almost always requires at least two symbols to create a syllable, a Japanese syllabary requires only one. In addition to the two syllabaries, Japanese also uses a system of logograms, in which each symbol represents a complete word. Some of the symbols are pictograms, in which the symbol is a "picture" of the concrete object it represents. Other logograms are symbols that represent complex ideas. While this may sound complicated or overwhelming, Yuki breaks it down into clear and accessible steps, illustrated by useful examples. In this course, you will see and learn four systems of writing Japanese words Romaji. Romaji uses the Roman alphabet to transliterate Japanese words. Although not an official Japanese writing system, romaji is a crucial tool for Japanese learners whose native language uses the Roman alphabet. In this course, Japanese is transliterated for you on the screen in romaji-making it easy to follow along. Hiragana. Hiragana is one of the two syllabary systems used in Japanese writing and it's the system school children learn first. In this course, you will learn to write and read all 46 characters of the hiragana syllabary. Katakana is also a syllabary system with 46 characters, and you will learn them all in this course. Both katakana and hiragana were derived from the same Chinese characters, so you will see some similarities, although the katakana symbols are more angular. Stroke-order diagrams will help you learn to write the characters correctly. Kanji is a logogram system that uses Chinese characters. Each symbol represents a complete word, not just a syllable, and each word has its own kanji. It is the most complex of the Japanese writing systems. In this course, you will learn to read and write dozens of kanji. But this is just the beginning! Japanese high school graduates know more than 2,000 kanji, and some scholars estimate more than 50,000 kanji are in existence today. Similarities between English and Japanese While there are certainly many differences between English and Japanese, there are also some important similarities, as Yuki will point out. These similarities will make it easier for you to intuitively understand some aspects of Japanese. They include Consonants. Almost all Japanese consonant sounds are the same as English; there are only two new sounds to learn. Vocabulary. Hundreds of Japanese words are taken directly from English-from beer to computer, tennis to restaurant. Once your ear becomes accustomed to the sounds of Japanese speech, that vocabulary will be familiar to you. Tonal Quality. While spoken Japanese sounds very different than English due to syllable accents and inflection, neither is a tonal language. Unlike Mandarin, Vietnamese, and many others, the meanings of English and Japanese words are not dependent on the tones of the syllables. Learning anything new is exciting but learning a new language can be especially rewarding as it will open new opportunities for appreciating a rich, vibrant culture. Learning Japanese: A Gateway into Culture gives you a brand-new way of looking at the world-and an opportunity to truly understand this alluring land and its people. What Will You Learn? 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  7. Published 11/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 234.67 MB | Duration: 0h 49m Learn Japanese from English What you'll learn Learn Japanese from Beginning - Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji Student will get clear understanding for Kanji Student will able to pronounce words in Japanese Student will be able to read letters Requirements No prior knowledge needed Description In this course you will able to learn Japanese from Beginning.We will focus Speaking, Writing and Reading in this course, and you will increase your listening level while watching lectures.In first level you will start to have some introduction regard Japanese Language.What was first writing systemWhy Hiragana introducedWhy Katakana introducedYou will start to learn kanji in this course from beginning.We will focus on greetings in this course and those includesGood MorningGood AfternoonIn future lessons we will bring more greetings.Japanese is spoken by 130 million people. This makes it the ninth most spoken language by native speakers. Linguists debate over the classification of the Japanese language, and one general theory asserts that Japanese is an isolated language and thus a language family of its own, known as Japonic languages. Another major theory includes Japanese as part of a hypothetical Altaic language family which spans most of Central Asia and would also include Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, and Korean languages. Neither of these theories has yet been generally accepted.Japanese is written mostly using three writing scripts, kanji, hiragana and katakana. Kanji are Chinese characters that were first introduced to Japan in the 4th century. Unlike Chinese, Japanese is a highly inflected language with words changing their ending depending on case, number, etc.For this reason, the hiragana and katakana syllabaries were created. The hiragana serve largely to show the inflection of words, as conjunctions and such. The katakana are mainly used for loan-words from other languages. Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction to Japanese Lecture 2 Hiragana A, Katakana A and learn and Learn some kanji for the day. Lecture 3 Pronunciation of all Hiragana and Katakana letters Section 2: Greetings in Japanese Lecture 4 Good Morning in Japanese | ohayou gozaimasu Lecture 5 Good Afternoon in Japanese | Konnichiwa Beginning Japanese learner who seeking to pass Japanese exams Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/learnjapanese/ Download From 1DL https://1dl.net/axljfddahjwj/snska.Learn.Japanese.From.English.Beginner.Course.Targeting.Jlpt.rar.html Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/958ee910a6bdf81d94268047ba971197/snska.Learn.Japanese.From.English.Beginner.Course.Targeting.Jlpt.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/10c2d3294A812794/snska.Learn.Japanese.From.English.Beginner.Course.Targeting.Jlpt.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/19C34D724D1D17A/snska.Learn.Japanese.From.English.Beginner.Course.Targeting.Jlpt.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
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  9. Published 8/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 706.62 MB | Duration: 0h 32m Learn Basic Japanese vocabulary And Learn Japanese Anime And Manga Like Pokemon, Yugioh, Samurai, Learn Japan Culture What you'll learn Learn The Basic Of Japanese Culture and world Learn Japanese basic words Learn where to learn Japanese words and Phrase Learn Japanese way of thinking Requirements No Experience needed Description This Course will learn what Japanese is about. This course will help you understand what japanese word are.This course will help you understand the way of Japanese Culture. This course will help you find where to find Japanese Language and learn it. This course will help you understand how to speak and sound out the Japanese. This course will help you understand Japanese numbers. This course will help you understand Japanese Phrase a little. This course will help you understand how to remember and review the language that you have learn. This course will help you to practice japanese word to a Japanese person. This course will help you understand Japanese place in Japan and how to search it out. This course will help you to be familiar with Japanese culture like anime, Japanese Drama, Japanese Food. This course will help you understand Japanese way of thinking, Speaking and acting in their world This course will help you to practice word from japanese anime movie and show. It help you to pronoun the word so you can speak with confidence.The history of Japanese is the way of the warrior. It's Symbol it the beautiful samurai sword.This course was made because I had learn japanese culture, when I was little. I read their book. Manga is the thing of japan. Manga help me understand their world. How they joke. Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Why Speak Japanese Lecture 2 Basic Greeting Lecture 3 Basic Phrases Lecture 4 Basic Number Lecture 5 Basic Vocabulary Lecture 6 Learn Japanese Culture Lecture 7 Where To Learn Japanese Beginner Japanese Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/how-to-learn-basic-japanese-language-culture-anime-manga/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/71c39230568a8639401e77713fe8287d/zzpyu.How.To.Learn.Basic.Japanese.Language.Culture.Anime.Manga.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/188314cd0cd75ab9/zzpyu.How.To.Learn.Basic.Japanese.Language.Culture.Anime.Manga.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/BA7406BEDB1A7CE/zzpyu.How.To.Learn.Basic.Japanese.Language.Culture.Anime.Manga.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  10. Published 07/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 28 lectures (4h 31m) | Size: 3 GB Learn everyday expressions and basic phrases. Can build a strong foundation for the JLPT N4 preparation and A2.2 level What you'll learn Can have essence of Japanese language in a short time Can understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrase Can learn the expressions of giving and receiving, conditions, etc. Can interact with Japanese in a simple way Can have a strong foundation to work on the JLPT N4 preparation and A2.2 level Requirements Students probably should have a basic understanding of English Other than that, you need persistence and motivation to work on "Listen and Repeat" exercises Description "Fun to Learn Japanese at Sendagaya - Level3" is developed by "Sendagaya Japanese Institute", a Tokyo-based Japanese language school with over 45 years history. "Fun to Learn Japanese at Sendagaya - Level3" is the best fit for people all around the world, who are learning Japanese as beginners, or who completed "Fun to Learn Japanese at Sendagaya - Level2". You can learn everyday expressions and basic phrases with English narration and subtitles. So you can study Japanese very easily even if you are not familiar with Japanese characters. You can also practice speaking while listening to a real Japanese teacher's pronunciation. If you have experienced that you couldn't make yourself understood in Japanese, then "Fun to Learn Japanese at Sendagaya" is definitely the one you are looking for. This course includes some of the most essential lessons such as "giving and receiving", "intransitive verbs and transitive verbs", and "conditions". Through this course, you can build a strong foundation for the JLPT N4 preparation and the Framework of Reference for Japanese Language Education A2.2 level. You can enjoy and improve your Japanese at the same time by using our Fun to learn Japanese at Sendagaya for sure. You just got to do it. Let's try it together! Who this course is for Learners who want to study elementary Japanese in a short period of time Learners who want to communicate with Japanese friends in basic Japanese Learners who want to take the JLPT N4 and A2.2 level Learners who are interested in Japanese language Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/fun-to-learn-japanese-at-sendagaya-level3/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/7027c11f2fafcb3b4c4ba7c25d260f01/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/80ee2cb826cf422a634e6453eed46d1b/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/caf8aedac2afbc09fd48f396ccfb45c1/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part3.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/18892aecaAAac4c4/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part3.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/CE99f900aD429cd9/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/beA17f0f72ee7255/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part2.rar Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitroflare.com/view/1EA9ACAC71D61CE/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part1.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/774B88D0374974D/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part2.rar https://nitroflare.com/view/D67B8032591F789/ycvto.Fun.to.learn.Japanese.at.Sendagaya..Level3.part3.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
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  12. Last updated 11/2018 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 473.14 MB | Duration: 0h 35m Easy Japanese meal recipes that you can make ahead of time and will last in the fridge for a few days What you'll learn Cook and prepare several Japanese side dishes for everyday use Prepare healthier but delicious meals for the whole family Enjoy easy, healthy and delicious Japanese food at home Requirements In able to cook the recipes taught in this course, students will need basic kitchen tools such as pan, knife, chopping board, kitchen spoons, and kitchen stove. Some of the ingredients used in recipes may not be readily available at grocery stores outside Japan, you might need to visit Japanese or Asian supermarkets to get the necessary ingredients. A clean and safe cooking environment is a must for anyone who cooks. Put in practice the basics of food safety. Description This is a course where you will learn several recipes for Japanese make-ahead meals and side dishes that are easy, healthy, and delicious. Escape from the hassles of last-minute meals and leftovers and replace them with easy to make, delicious and healthy dishes in which the whole family could enjoy. You'll find comfortable meals, salads, snacks and desserts - all of them prepared ahead of time so there is nothing to worry about for the rest of the week. Enjoy the simple and satisfying dishes in this course without the chaos of preparing them at the last minute. Have fun in the kitchen! Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Sweet Pickled Tomatoes and Cucumbers Lecture 2 Kinoko No Okakani (Simmered Mushrooms with Katsuobushi) Lecture 3 Honey Butter Simmered Sweet Potato Lecture 4 Kinpira Gobou Lecture 5 Tsukikonnyaku Irini (Simmered Konnyaku) Lecture 6 Goya Piiman Kinpira Lecture 7 Carrot Salad in Sesame and Mayonnaise Dressing Lecture 8 Mixed Beans and Tomatoes Salad Lecture 9 Carrot and Tuna Stir-Fry Salad Section 2: How to Monetize Your Cooking Lecture 10 Bonus: Free Course Students who are looking for easy Japanese side dish recipes,Home chefs who want to expand their knowledge on Japanese cooking,Home chefs who want to prepare healthier food at home,Students who want to learn authentic Japanese food recipes which are not commonly found elsewhere Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/quick-and-healthy-make-ahead-japanese-meals-and-side-dishes/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/1f82f5a9a5bddd5166e581c2e813a8a5/lekkd.Quick.And.Healthy.MakeAhead.Japanese.Meals.And.Side.Dishes.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/34FF57B4C59C74F/lekkd.Quick.And.Healthy.MakeAhead.Japanese.Meals.And.Side.Dishes.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/f2e55af17A78aEbf/lekkd.Quick.And.Healthy.MakeAhead.Japanese.Meals.And.Side.Dishes.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  13. Last updated 11/2018 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 6.78 GB | Duration: 8h 9m The complete online cookbook for homemade Japanese dishes featuring the most popular dishes from Japan. What you'll learn Prepare homemade Japanese food Serve delicious and healthy meals for your loved ones. Get deeper knowledge about Japanese cooking methods and techniques. Be familiar with the ingredients commonly and usually used when cooking Japanese food. Know the basic spices and their use in Japanese cooking. Enhance cooking creativity by finding alternatives for ingredients Requirements In able to cook the recipes taught in this course, students will need basic kitchen tools such as pan, knife, chopping board, kitchen spoons, and kitchen stove. Some of the ingredients used in recipes may not be readily available at grocery stores outside Japan, you might need to visit Japanese or Asian supermarkets to get the necessary ingredients. Description In this online cooking class, we have compiled the recipes for the most popular homemade Japanese food and will be teaching it to you in a simple and easy to understand approach. It includes traditional Japanese recipes like iritori, saba misoni, tonjiru; classic Japanese recipes like sushi rolls, chawanmushi, karaage, nikujaga; as well as Japanese versions of mabo tofu, potato salad, stuffed cabbage rolls, and sweet and sour meatballs. In this course, you will learn many cooking techniques which are very helpful in improving your kitchen skills. Step by step instructions, and demonstrations as well as helpful tips will guide you to prepare healthy and delicious Japanese meals at home. Useful information such as the cooking time and calorie count has been added in the lectures. Also, you can find a course ebook at the end of this course which students can download. The ebook contains the complete recipes for the dishes taught in this course. Learn more about Japanese cooking. The recipes are very simple and requires minimum effort. Simple recipes using simple ingredients can be delicious when done right. This course is a work in progress. Recipes will be added as time goes by. In this course, you'll find lectures which have been filmed a few years ago as well as more recent and improved cooking videos. Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction Section 2: Japanese Recipes Featuring Local and Traditional Ingredients Lecture 2 Okara Korokke Lecture 3 Simmered Kohya Tofu with Ground Chicken Filling Lecture 4 Kiriboshi Daikon Ohitashi Lecture 5 Simmered Fu and Vegetables with Egg Lecture 6 Mabo Harusame Section 3: 30 Best Authentic Japanese Recipes Lecture 7 How to Cook Hamburg Lecture 8 How to Cook Chicken Karaage Lecture 9 How to Cook Nikujaga Lecture 10 How to Cook Japanese-Style Gyoza Lecture 11 How to Cook Pork Shogayaki Lecture 12 How to Cook Beef Roll Ups Lecture 13 How to Cook Stir Fried Pork and Vegetables Lecture 14 How to Cook Garlic Buttered Salmon Lecture 15 How to Cook Omurice Lecture 16 How to Make Sushi Roll Lecture 17 How to Cook Ebi Chili Lecture 18 How to Cook Chinjao Rosu Lecture 19 How to Make Korokke Lecture 20 How to Make Japanese-Style Potato Salad Lecture 21 How to Cook Mabo Tofu Lecture 22 How to Make Sweet and Sour Meatballs Lecture 23 How to Cook Chawanmushi Lecture 24 How to Make Tempura Lecture 25 How to Cook Simmered Pork and Eggs Lecture 26 How to Cook Hoikoro Lecture 27 How to Cook Chicken Teriyaki Lecture 28 How to Cook Iritori Lecture 29 How to Cook Saba Misoni Lecture 30 How to Cook Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup) Lecture 31 How to Make Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Lecture 32 How to Cook Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Lecture 33 How to Cook Buri Daikon (Simmered Yellowtail Fish and Daikon Radish) Lecture 34 How to Cook Simmered Squid and Satoimo Lecture 35 How to Cook Goya Champuru Lecture 36 How to Make Spinach in Sesame Sauce Section 4: Easy to Prepare Japanese Beef Recipes Lecture 37 Simple Beef Steak Lecture 38 Stir-Fried Beef with Red Bell Pepper and Bokchoy Lecture 39 Microwave-Cooked Beef Steak Lecture 40 Simmered Beef and Mushrooms Lecture 41 Creamy Beef Stew with Napa Lecture 42 Beef, Daikon and Carrot Tomato Stew Lecture 43 Sukiyaki with Burdock Root Lecture 44 Deep Fried Beef and Eggplants Lecture 45 Sesame Stir Fried Beef with Lotus Root and Carrots Lecture 46 Stir Fried Beef and Summer Vegetables Lecture 47 Stir Fried Curry Beef with Carrots and Burdock Lecture 48 Beef with Bokchoy and Peanuts Lecture 49 Simple Stir Fried Beef Section 5: Easy to Prepare Japanese Chicken Recipes Lecture 50 Steamed Chicken and Peppers Lecture 51 Spicy Fried Chicken Wings Lecture 52 Creamy Chicken Stew Lecture 53 Chicken Tomato Curry Stew Lecture 54 Deep Fried Chicken Thighs Salad Lecture 55 Deep Fried Chicken & Eggplants in Vinegar Sauce Lecture 56 Cheese and Parsley Chicken Nuggets Lecture 57 Green Beans and Carrot Chicken Rolls Lecture 58 Crispy Fried Chicken Wings Lecture 59 Miso, Mayo and Cheese Topped Chicken Lecture 60 Fried Chicken Thighs and Long Onion Lecture 61 Salted Fried Chicken Lecture 62 Stir-Fried Chicken, Potato and Shiso Lecture 63 Stir-Fried Garlic Mustard Chicken Lecture 64 Chili Chicken and White Beans Lecture 65 Chicken Mizoreni (Simmered Chicken with Grated Daikon) Lecture 66 Chicken in Tomato Sauce Pasta Lecture 67 Chicken and Bokchoy Soup Lecture 68 Chicken and Avocado Nori Rolls Lecture 69 Jibuni (Simmered Chicken and Spinach) Lecture 70 Steamed Chicken and Cabbage with Sesame Sauce Lecture 71 Honey Garlic Chicken Teriyaki Lecture 72 Chicken, Tomato and Cucumber Salad Lecture 73 Chicken and Soba Salad Section 6: Quick and Easy Family-Style Japanese Pork Recipes Lecture 74 Subuta (Sweet and Sour Pork) Lecture 75 Cheese-Flavored Pork Piccata Lecture 76 Braised Spare Ribs Lecture 77 Braised Pork Bellies (Buta no Kakuni) Lecture 78 Miso Nikujaga Lecture 79 Tonkatsu Lecture 80 Harumaki (Japanese Spring Rolls) Lecture 81 Ume Shiso Cheese Hasami Katsu Lecture 82 Carrot Green Beans Pork Roll Katsu Lecture 83 Pork and Asparagus Roll Katsu Lecture 84 Deep Fried Pork and Vegetables with Chili Sauce Lecture 85 Pork Tatsuta-Age Lecture 86 Kushikatsu Lecture 87 Fried Pork Chops in Onion Sauce Lecture 88 Ginger Pork Rolls Lecture 89 Pork Tomato and Cheese Lecture 90 Stir Fried Pork and Vegetables Lecture 91 Pork Miso Stir Fry Lecture 92 Sweet Pork with Aburaage and Piiman Lecture 93 Pork and Spinach Cream Stew Lecture 94 Pork and Cabbage Soup Lecture 95 Pork and Chinese Cabbage Stir Fry Lecture 96 Pork and Cabbage Stir Fry Lecture 97 Stir Fried Pork with Shiso and Umeboshi Lecture 98 Pork and Cucumber with Chili Sauce Section 7: Course ebook Lecture 99 Download your course ebook here Section 8: How to Monetize Your Cooking Lecture 100 Bonus: Free Course This Japanese cooking class is for those who want to get the authentic recipes of some of the popular Japanese dishes.,This cooking class will be easier to follow if you are familiar with the ingredients and spices basic to Japanese cooking. 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  14. Last updated 8/2019 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 880.11 MB | Duration: 0h 50m That You Can Make At Home Easily And Quickly What you'll learn You'll know how to cook some of the Japanese home-cooked dishes that Japanese people have been eating since their childhoods. You'll know the way to cook popular Japanese soul food within about 30 min. You'll know how to use some of the typical Japanese seasonings such as curry roux and dashi powder. You'll know how to prepare perfect sushi rice! You'll know how to use some of the typical Japanese cooking tools. (You do not have to have them) You'll know how to cook Japanese fried food. Downloadable ingredients lists which you can take with you for grocery shopping. Requirements Having basic kitchen tools such as cutting board, knife, pot, pan, kitchen stove and measuring spoons. Being able to prepare some of the typical Japanese ingredients such as curry roux and Japanese panko breadcrumbs when the students decided to cook them. Having a clean and safe cooking environment and understanding the danger associated with using each cooking tools ane methods (such as heating the oil for deep-frying). Description Welcome to "Recipes For Authentic Japanese Meals" !!In this course, you will be cooking Japanese soul food.Yes, the dishes that Japanese people have been eating since their childhood. You do not need to be a skilled chef or have special cooking tools to make them. You'll learn how to prepare them withing about 30 min !!There are 8 popular Japanese home-cooked dishes in this course. -Perfect Sushi Rice-Chirashi Zushi -Tonkatsu-Katsu Sandwich -Japanese Omelet Sandwich-Takikomi Gohan (Shiitake Mushrooms)-Takikomi Gohan (Ginger Abura-age)-Japanese CurryFor each of the dishes, I created the following videos:-introduction (explanation of each dish),-ingredients-preparation and cooking. You'll be guided through video demonstrations from preparing ingredients to serving the dishes. Downloadable ingredients lists are attached to every dish!Enjoy cooking Japanese soul food! Overview Section 1: はじめに Lecture 1 Welcome To This Course Section 2: How To Make Perfect Sushi Rice Lecture 2 Introduction Lecture 3 Simple Cooking Tools You'll Need Lecture 4 Making Sushi Vinegar Lecture 5 Cooking With Pot Lecture 6 Washing The Rice Lecture 7 Cooking The Rice Lecture 8 Adding The Vinegar Mix Lecture 9 Chirashi Zushi Introduction Lecture 10 Cooking Kinshi Tamago Lecture 11 Chirashi Zushi Decoration Section 3: Tonkatsu Lecture 12 Introduction Lecture 13 Preparation Lecture 14 Deep-frying Tonkatsu Lecture 15 Serving Tonkatsu Section 4: Katsu Sandwich Lecture 16 Introduction Lecture 17 Making Katsu Sandwich Section 5: Japanese Omelet Sandwich - Atsuyaki Tamago Sando Lecture 18 Introduction Lecture 19 Making Japanese Omelet Sandwich Section 6: Takikomi Gohan Lecture 20 Introduction Lecture 21 Shiitake Mushroom Takikomi Gohan Lecture 22 Ginger Abura-age Takikomi Gohan Lecture 23 Cooking Ginger Abura-age Takikomi Gohan Section 7: Japanese Curry - Kare Raisu Lecture 24 Introduction Lecture 25 You'll Need Lecture 26 Stirfrying And Stewing Lecture 27 Adding The Roux Lecture 28 Serving The Curry Lecture 29 Curry Gratin and Curry Udon Section 8: Thank You Lecture 30 BONUS LECTURE: Thank You Anyone who is interested in learning how to cook authentic Japanese meals.,Anyone who would like to learn how to cook Japanese home-cooked dishes withing about 30 min.,Anyone who wants to prepare some popular Japanese dishes for lunch, dinner and on a home party menu. Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/recipes-for-authentic-japanese-meals/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/dc462b67682a3029a86c26fcc962f87a/hhxiq.Recipes.For.Authentic.Japanese.Meals.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/00FD4AE219C4FAE/hhxiq.Recipes.For.Authentic.Japanese.Meals.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/a293c50f199Fa27f/hhxiq.Recipes.For.Authentic.Japanese.Meals.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  15. Last updated 11/2018 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.87 GB | Duration: 2h 39m Simple, healthy and delicious main dishes, side dishes and soups commonly served at Japanese homes What you'll learn Cook simple and easy authentic Japanese dishes. Use some basic Japanese cooking techniques. Know the different uses of Japanese cooking ingredients. Requirements Some of the ingredients of the recipes included in this course might not be always available at common grocery stores or supermarkets. You might want to visit some Japanese or Asian stores or order online for some of the ingredients. Description Course Update(01. 2018): 4 Recipes in Section 6 "Japanese Stew" are added. Course Description This is a course were you will learn easy to make Japanese dishes. This course is specially made for those who are new to the world of Japanese cuisine. The recipes in this course are a mix of traditional and contemporary recipes usually served at Japanese households. You'll also find several recipes for main dishes, side dishes and soups. Rest assured that the recipes included in this course are Simple, Healthy, and Delicious. As you might already know, Japanese food is all about delivering a delicious dish using the taste from the ingredients used. The key is to use the best quality of ingredients. The spices and seasonings used are simple and very minimal. For beginner chefs, learning how to cook Japanese food is a great way to learn the flavor of every ingredients. Try the recipes at home to experience yourself the real essence of Japanese cuisine. This course is a work in progress. Every now and then, lectures or recipes will be added so you will find different lecture formats in the video part of the course. At the end of the course is a downloadable ebook which has the details regarding the ingredients and recipes for the dishes discussed in the class. What are the requirements? Basic cooking utensils: pan, knife, chopping board What am I getting from this course? 30+ recipes of simple Japanese dish made easyMake amazing Japanese recipes including the main course, side dish and soup.Make new recipes which you can continually serve at home for the following months. Who are the target audience? Anyone who wants to learn simple and easy to make Japanese dishes at their home. Overview Section 1: Welcome to Japanese Cooking Class Lecture 1 Introduction Section 2: Featured Recipes Lecture 2 Gobou Tatsutaage Lecture 3 Simmered Clams and Daikon Lecture 4 Haposai Lecture 5 Simmered Daikon with Spicy Ground Meat Lecture 6 Simmered Gobou and Egg Lecture 7 Baked Tomatoes and Canned Tuna Lecture 8 Baked Tomatoes and Eggplant Section 3: Easy Japanese Recipes Lecture 9 Japanese Chicken Curry Lecture 10 Stuffed Peppers Lecture 11 Gyoza Lecture 12 Ebi Chili Lecture 13 Mabu Nasu Lecture 14 Daigaku Imo Lecture 15 Anko (Red Bean Paste) Lecture 16 Clam Miso Soup Lecture 17 Creamy Kabocha Soup Lecture 18 Wakame Soup Lecture 19 Nikujaga Lecture 20 Imoni Lecture 21 Kani Meshi Lecture 22 Buri Daikon Lecture 23 Japanese Curry Lecture 24 Niku Udon Lecture 25 Korokke Lecture 26 Yosenabe Lecture 27 Karaage Lecture 28 Yakiudon Lecture 29 Kinpira Gobo Lecture 30 Ohitashi Section 4: Course ebook Lecture 31 Easy To Make Recipes from Japan ebook Section 5: Bonus Lecture 32 Bonus Lecture: All Access Pass to my Cooking Courses Section 6: Japanese Stew "Nabe(鍋)" Lecture 33 Seafood Yose Nabe Lecture 34 Pork Shabu Shabu Nabe Lecture 35 Oden Miso Dengaku Nabe Lecture 36 Ishikari Nabe Section 7: How to Monetize Your Cooking Lecture 37 Bonus: Free Course This Japanese cooking class is meant for those who want to get recipes for simple and easy to make Japanese recipes which includes main dishes, soups and side dishes. Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/japanese-cooking-class-10-easy-to-make-recipes-from-japan/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/3cd83b16449dfb5669d2c9e1bce294d4/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/9c37a5fa57ce5a49f8e35fc711d2ea8e/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part2.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/8E29D65B6A35DC8/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part1.rar https://nitro.download/view/D43C149D7F99315/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part2.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/2d4a154e4a1b39A6/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/aE7c573172970372/akcxh.Japanese.Cooking.Class.33.Easy.To.Make.Recipes.From.Japan.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  16. Last updated 5/2021 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.21 GB | Duration: 1h 6m Bake your SHOKUPAN (Fluffy Japanese Milk Bread) with detailed instruction from an expert | Exclusive course What you'll learn This course is for those who want to learn to bake the best SHOKUPAN (=Japanese milk bread) at home. This is a course that covers all over the basic bread baking skills, not only about SHOKUPAN. Understand why Japanese SHOKUPAN is so special. How to bake a perfect loaf of SHOKUPAN bread. Why it's important to weigh ingredients? What are the ingredients for bread? How to bake a perfect SHOKUPAN each and every time. Know the difference between the types of flour Know the difference between the types of yeast Know the fermentation process How to calculate the bread dough to fit your pan Understanding "Bakers percentage." No-knead or Well-knead. Which is good? Straight-dough method or Sponge-dough method. Which is good? Gas oven (with fan-assistant), or Electric oven. What's the difference? What is the Cold-Start Baking Method? How to enjoy your slice of SHOKUPAN. Know the history of Japanese bread How to hand knead and turn it into a Full body excercise! And more! Requirements Entry level baking skills. Description This is the best SHOKUPAN (Japanese Milk Bread)baking course for BEGINNERS who have no idea to bake bread.SHOKUPAN is the most eaten bread in Japan, fluffy but bouncy and so moist.You'll be surprised how tasty it is, and your kitchen will be full of wonderful baking smells.In this course, you will first learn the basics of bread baking. And also, you can learn a lot from the downloadable E-book "everything you need to know about SHOKUPAN."Next, you'll move onto baking Beginner's SHOKUPAN.It is going to be an easy one; it's at 66% hydration, which means not that sticky and pretty easy to handle.Once you've learned a basic SHOKUPAN making process, you will be ready to move on to 72% hydration SHOKUPAN.When you have finished this course, you will have the confidence to bake a perfect SHOKUPAN.And also, you will be ready for more advanced bread baking. My name is Akino; I am a YouTuber who specializes in Japanese baking and Cooking. Thank you so much for stopping by on my SHOKUPAN baking course.I am so happy to have you here.I have run a pastry shop for more than 20 years, and I used to teach at my baking class for 15 years before YouTube. In this course, you will learn how to bake a perfect SHOKUPAN, the most popular bread video on my YouTube channel.I make this course because I have received so many questions about how to bake perfect SHOKUPAN. Those questions are mostly from beginners and also from professional bakers who want to open the SHOKUPAN bakery in their country.So I decided to put each and every question together and make a detailed SHOKUPAN course here on Udemy.I can't wait to start the lesson.Let's get started! Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Preview of SHOKUPAN bread baking 101 Lecture 2 Introduction for SHOKUPAN bread baking 101. Section 2: Quick overview Lecture 3 Quick overview of Baking Section 3: Bread Baking Basics Lecture 4 E-book : Everything you need to know about Baking Section 4: The Beginner's SHOKUPAN by hand-kneading Lecture 5 Video 1: Preparation Lecture 6 Video 2: Kneading by hand Lecture 7 Video 3: Fermentation Lecture 8 Video 4: Baking Lecture 9 Video 5: Slicing and Storing Section 5: The Regular SHOKUPAN by stand-mixer kneading. Lecture 10 Video 1: Kneading by stand-mixer Lecture 11 Video 2: Fermentation Lecture 12 Video 3: Baking Section 6: Baker's Percentage Lecture 13 Baker's Percentage Section 7: How to calculate the dough to fit your pan. Lecture 14 how to calculate bread dough to fit your pan. Section 8: A short History of Japanese Bread Lecture 15 A short History of Japanese Bread Section 9: How to enjoy your SHOKUPAN Lecture 16 How to enjoy your SHOKUPAN Section 10: Recipe card for various size pan Lecture 17 Recipe card for various size pan This course is for BEGINNERS who want to learn basic baking skills.,This course is for BEGINNERS who have no experience in bread baking.,This course is for those who want to learn to bake the best SHOKUPAN at home.,This course is for those who wants to bake fluffy and soft Japanese SHOKUPAN.,This course is for the serious home baker who has never worked with high hydration dough and wants to learn how. 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  17. Published 07/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English| Duration: 249 lectures (29h 49m) | Size: 15.4 GB JLPT N3 Level Kanji Character Study Course What you'll learn Correctly write Japanese kanji. Master the Japanese readings and phonetic readings of kanji. Master intermediate kanji for the JLPT N3 Be able to read and write kanji often used in everyday life. Requirements Please print the Online Japanese PDF textbooks in advance. Practice the writing of Kanji while taking the Kanji Course class. There are some kanji exercises in the video clips. Learners are given a certain amount of time to think, but if there isn't enough time to think, please pause the video. Description "Online Japanese N3 Kanji Character Course" is a video learning course of studying intermediate Japanese kanji, which is produced Attain Corporation. This course is designed for intermediate Japanese language learners. The level is the intermediate kanji that meets the requirements of the JLPT N3. The course consists of a large volume of videos with a total playtime of about 31 hours. The actual learning time is approximately 310 hours (time may vary depending on the individual). The goal of this course is to help you learn the correct pronunciation and writing of JLPT N3 level kanji. All of the narration has English subtitles so that all Japanese learning beginners can follow this course effectively. There are four types of exercises in the video. They are not only for practice and also for acquisition of knowledge. In addition, PDF textbooks along with a practice sheet are included and can be printed as many times as you prefer. In order to learn kanji accurately, it is necessary to write kanji repeatedly. This course also helps to study kanji for reading comprehension at N3 level. The N3 reading comprehension test checks your ability to understand short paragraphs of explanatory note and directive, medium paragraphs, commentary, and content of essays. With this course, you will be able to read and write Japanese kanji used in the reading comprehension questions. Who this course is for Learners who understand English and whose native language is not Japanese(Essentials) Learners who have mastered N4 level Japanese.(Essentials) Learners who want to take the JLPT. Learners who want to study business Japanese. Learners who want to be proficient in conversational Japanese. Students enrolled in a Japanese language school or majoring in Japanese in universities or colleges. International students coming to Japan Foreign employees of a Japanese company who need Japanese language training. 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  18. Last updated 10/2020 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.06 GB | Duration: 0h 52m Make standard dishes time-saving & exquisite with "Yakuzen Tsukurioki",[Hottoku-ni] makes your daily cooking easy & fun What you'll learn ・ How to make yakuzen that eliminates cooking time and hassle, and frees you from the guilty feeling of omission ・ How to make yakuzen that are quick, delicious, and healthy ・ 5 recipes and how to make arrangements ・ How to eat plenty of vegetables deliciously and reasonably Requirements Anyone (cooking beginners are welcomed!) Description Free yourself from the guilt of cooking time, hassle, and omissions! Make your standard dishes time-saving and exquisite by utilizing "Yakuzen Tsukurioki", which was born from the theory of yakuzen and kasane-ni. Just cut it, stack it, put it on low heat, and leave it alone![Hottoku-ni] makes your daily cooking easy, fun and delicious!Course content〈Do you have such a problem?〉・ It is a burden to cook every day.・ Want to make delicious and healthy meals even if you are busy.・ Feel guilty about omissions and takeouts.・ Want to have more variation on recipes.・Don't have time to go to cooking classes.→ This course is exactly for you!〈Features〉You will learn and practice recipes like you are at a cooking class, you will know the theory and you will acquire these firmly.As a privilege, PDF materials (text, 8 recipes, 5 days "Yakuzen Tsukurioki" utilization image list) are included.Useful for reviewing and creating menus.〈Outline of curriculum〉Chapter 1: Introduction of the merits of "Hottoku-ni" that realizes delicious and healthy in a short timeChapter 2: Lecture on making "Hottoku-ni"Chapter 3: Arrangement recipe commentary (with recipe PDF) that makes standard dishes time-saving and exquisiteAemono of green vegetables and seaweedNimono of Yaki-fu Quiche-style Ketchup friedChapter 4: Summary of "Yakuzen Tsukurioki"〈Review〉・ "Hotoku-ni" was a great cooking method that could make a week's worth of arrangement recipes based on the basic "Kasane-ni"!Recently, I used to make simmered dishes by imitating what I saw, but it's best to learn this from a professional as soon as possible! (haha)From the tips on how to cut vegetables, I learned a lot of things that are not written on the Internet, such as how to sprinkle salt, how long to cook, and criteria for completion!"Hottoku-ni" has a sweet scent of vegetables and it is very sweet when we eat!When I put a dash of soy sauce, it was delicious like I couldn't stop eating it ♡ (ST, 30s)・To me, "Tsukurioki" is meaning that make a large amount of foods and eat them in several days."Hottiku-ni" is a versatile dish that can be arranged and developed based on standard-dishes which is contrary to my expectation. I learnt that it can change to anything! (A ・ O 50s)〈Not recommended for people described as below〉・薬膳とかさねにしっかり勉強したい方・正確なレシピ、数量、時間にこだわる方・料理がまったくできない方。(薬膳つくりおきは通常30分から1時間かかります。事前に惣菜を用意して調理時間を短縮することを目指しています。)キッチンを離れず、ヒーターやオーブンに目を離さないでください。このコースに示されているレシピ/指示に従って調理したときに発生した損傷や火災について、当社は責任を負いません。このコースは日本語で提供されていますが、英語のクローズドキャプションが付いています。 Overview Section 1: Chapter 1: Introduction of the merits of "Hottoku-ni" . 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Hottoku-niLecture 6 The heat should be the lowestLecture 7 Estimated completionSection 3: Chapter 3: Arrangement recipe commentaryLecture 8 Aemono of leafy green vegetable and seaweedLecture 9 Easy QuicheLecture 10 Aemono of yaki-fuLecture 11 Oyako-donLecture 12 Stir-fried macaroni ketchupLecture 13 Five dishes all cooked!Section 4: Final introduction to the thoughts of Hottoku-ni.Lecture 14 Final introduction to the thoughts of Hottoku-ni.Those who want to cook delicious and healthy food easily,Those who have many opportunities to cook and want to reduce the burden,Those who have trouble deciding what to cook everyday,Those who need to make baby food and/or long-term care food,Those who want to eat plenty of vegetables deliciouslyHomepage[code]https://www.udemy.com/course/quick-delicious-healthy-yakuzen-hottoku-ni-w8-recipes/[/code] Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/2b0e270a506b55b98bb45067c74fd930/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/4661ce90b0d7ae1401436662ab31b5eb/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part2.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/9DA7F1CCCA1D0CE/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part1.rar https://nitro.download/view/6FC57E6A3B1A652/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part2.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/C48ae958815Bf6fe/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/0B7024809c948ed7/cjkta.Japanese.Quick.Delicious.Healthy.Home.Cooking.W8.Recipes.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  19. Last updated 11/2020 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.08 GB | Duration: 0h 53m Let's master●sushi roll●Teriyaki chicken don ●Oyako don ●corn rice ●Agedashi Tofu ●Quick Miso soup ●Pickled vegetables What you'll learn Introduction to Japanese homecooking Basics of rice cooking with a cast iron pot 2 popular don dishes; Teriyaki chicken, chicken&eggs rice bowl How to make sushi roll; avocado& salmon roll mixed rice; corn rice Easiest Miso soup without dash stock Easiest pickled vegetable w/ miso& yogurt Requirements Interests in what Japanese people eat and how to eat healthy. Have access to basic cooking equipment;pot, chef knife,cutting board Have access to basic Japanese seasoning ;miso,mirin, soy sauce, sake. Description ◆OverviewIn the course, vol.1 rice special, we will master the basics of rice cooking first and then try cooking some popular Japanese rice dishes such as sushi roll ,don dishes, seasonal mixed rice, and some side dishes which goes well with rice such as pickled vegetables and easiest miso soup without Dash stock.◆Menu1.Basics of rice cooking2.Teriyaki chicken don3.Oyako don4.How to make sushi rice5.Avocado & Salmon roll6.Corn rice7.Agedashi Tofu8.Miso soup without Dashi stock9.Pickled vegetables with Miso & Yogurt---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------◆ResumenEn el curso, vol.1 especial de arroz, dominaremos primero los fundamentos de la cocción del arroz y luego trataremos de cocinar algunos platos populares de arroz japonés como el rollo de sushi ,los platos don, el arroz mixto de temporada, y algunas guarniciones que van bien con el arroz como las verduras en escabeche y la sopa de miso más fácil sin caldo Dash.◆Menú1.Fundamentos de la cocción del arroz2.Pollo teriyaki don3.Oyako don4.Cómo hacer arroz para sushi5.Rollo de aguacate y salmón6.Arroz de maíz7.Tofu Agedashi8.Sopa de miso sin caldo Dashi9.Verduras en escabeche con miso y yogur-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------◆OverviewDans le cours, vol.1 spécial riz, nous maîtriserons d'abord les bases de la cuisson du riz et nous essaierons ensuite de cuisiner quelques plats de riz japonais populaires tels que les sushi roll ,les plats de don, le riz mélangé de saison, et quelques plats d'accompagnement qui se marient bien avec le riz comme les légumes marinés et la plus facile des soupes au miso sans bouillon Dash.◆Menu1. les bases de la cuisson du riz2.Don de poulet Teriyaki3.Oyako don4. comment préparer le riz pour sushi5. rouleau d'avocat et de saumon6. le riz de maïs7.Agedashi Tofu8.soupe Miso sans bouillon Dashi9. légumes marinés avec du miso et du yaourt Overview Section 1: Recipe Lecture 1 Here are all the recipes! Section 2: Introduction Lecture 2 0-0 About myself and this course Section 3: Basics of rice cooking. Lecture 3 1-0 Introduction Lecture 4 1-1 Preparation Lecture 5 1-2 Heat it Lecture 6 Recipe Section 4: Teriyaki Chicken Don Lecture 7 2-0 Introduction Lecture 8 2-1 Preparation Lecture 9 2-2 Frying the chicken Lecture 10 2-3 To serve Section 5: Oyako don(Chicken and Egg bowl) Lecture 11 3-0 Introduction Lecture 12 3-1 Preparation Lecture 13 3-2 Heating Process Section 6: Sushi rice Lecture 14 4-0 How to make Sushi Rice Section 7: Avocado and Saimon roll Lecture 15 5-0 Introduction Lecture 16 5-1 Preparation &about a sushi mat Lecture 17 5-2 Roll it Lecture 18 5-3 Cut the roll Section 8: Corn Rice Lecture 19 6-0 Introduction Lecture 20 6-1 Wash and soak rice Lecture 21 6-2 Prepare corn Lecture 22 6-3 Add water Lecture 23 6-4 Heat the pot Lecture 24 6-5 Finish &my secret recipe Section 9: Agedashi Tofu Lecture 25 7-0 Introduction Lecture 26 7-1 Fry Tofu Lecture 27 7-2 Make Daikon Oroshi(Grated Daikon) Lecture 28 7-3 Make Dashi broth & serve Section 10: Miso soup without dash stock Lecture 29 8-0 Introduction Lecture 30 8-1 Preparation Lecture 31 8-2 Heating process Section 11: Pickled vegetable with Miso and Yogurt Lecture 32 9-1 From preparation to the end all the people who are interested in Japanese homecooking,cooking novice (This course is not suited for advanced chefs),People who don't know how to use Japanese seasoning ;miso,mirin, soy sauce, sake etc..,People who are interested in Japanese food culture and visiting Japan. 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  20. MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 395.04 MB | Duration: 0h 40m Before you take up the challenge to study Japanese, take up this foundation course and see if it's worth your effort ! What you'll learn Introduction to all 3 Japanese scripts and their related sound system Self introduction and Basic expressions Basic colors and numbers Language without context is of no use, I added Japanese cultural context to enhance your learning experience. Requirements Just enjoy the show and learn along You don't even need to rote learn the sound system, the videos are designed to keep you engaged as well as actively involved out the learning process. Description Why to slog through hours and hours of videos? I try to keep my lectures under 5 minutes, and add animation or voice overs to make it more interesting. I have also added PDF files to make it a wholesome learning experience. I am a big fan of learning at your own pace!This course covers all the basics of Japanese language: What are the scripts?How the scripts look like?What is the sound system?How to introduce yourself?How to use the basic expressions?What context it should be used in? and many more.I remember years back, when I started learning Japanese, I used to feel:Why am I doing this script? What's the point of learning this aspect? There is tons of information on web about the language, but no one summarizes it.I wish somebody could have given me a summary of the language first! This would have enabled me to approach the language better and at my own pace. Plus, language without understanding the cultural backdrop of the country of origin is not a true or a fair learning process. Hence, I have tried my best to add an understanding of Japanese culture and society to make it more enriching for you all. Hope you enjoy the course!! Who this course is for Anyone who is thinking about learning Japanese language- for professional / personal development. Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/japanese-foundation-course-for-beginners Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/5b9c8407a53ba509016c106514276970/dsihk.Japanese.Foundation.Course.For.Beginners.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/AB47EA8099FABE8/dsihk.Japanese.Foundation.Course.For.Beginners.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/7825f2ca947Bd03D/dsihk.Japanese.Foundation.Course.For.Beginners.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  21. Last updated 11/2021 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 3.87 GB | Duration: 3h 6m This course covers a great range of classic japanese dishes What you'll learn Learn classic Japanese Cuisine Learn step by step sushi making Learn about Teriyaki Learn more about dashi, Tempura and udon Requirements No pre-requirement for learning this program Description This program is taken by Master chef Shawn who have worked out 12 different selected recipes making a great menu.Each recipes is depicting a different technique and skill and combined together gives a great learning to students who wish to know more about Japanese cuisineJapanese cuisine encompasses the regional and traditional foods of Japan, which have developed through centuries of political, economic, and social changes. The traditional cuisine of Japan is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes; there is an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. Seafood is common, often grilled, but also served raw as sashimi or in sushi. Seafood and vegetables are also deep-fried in a light batter, as tempura. Apart from rice, a staple includes noodles, such as soba and udon. Japan also has many simmered dishes such as fish products in broth called oden,Hot and Cold Soba - The buckwheat nuttiness of soba noodles is a refreshing change from the mildness and softness of white flour pasta. Buckwheat noodles, or soba, are a staple in Japanese cuisine. Chewy with a grainy texture, they're eaten hot, cold, or at room temperature. Because these cold soba noodles have such a grainy taste and texture, they're perfect when paired with simple, clean flavors like soy sauce, sesame oil, and dashi.Miso soup is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a dashi stock into which softened miso paste is mixed. In addition, there are many optional ingredients that may be added depending on regional and seasonal recipes, and personal preference.Agedashi Tofu (揚げ出し豆腐) is soft tofu coated with potato starch and deep-fried so that the outer shell is crispy. It is typically served with grated daikon, katsuobushi (bonito flakes), scallion, and grated ginger on top.Dashi (だし, 出汁) is Japanese soup stock that builds the bases for many of your favorite Japanese dishes like miso soup, chawanmushi, ramen, and shabu shabu. It is the essence of authentic Japanese flavor, and it tells the dishes apart if other substitutions are being used in place of the soup stock.Gyoza (餃子), or Japanese pan-fried dumplings, are as ubiquitous as ramen in Japan.Japanese Curry Udon is a Japanese noodle soup. It was conceived as a mashup of traditional udon noodle soup with Japanese-style curry, but it's since become one of the most popular udon dishes.Japanese salad with Wafu Dressing (和風ドレッシング) refers to a salad dressing that consists of vegetable oil, rice vinegar, and soy sauce. Every household has a slightly different recipe for it and this is my version with grated onion to make it extra flavorful.Japanese Sushi is a traditional Japanese dish of prepared vinegared rice, usually with some sugar and salt, accompanying a variety of ingredients, such as seafood, often raw, and vegetables. Styles of sushi and its presentation vary widely, but the one key ingredient is "sushi rice", also referred to as shari, or sumeshi.Tamagoyaki is a type of Japanese omelette, which is made by rolling together several layers of fried egg. These are often prepared in a rectangular omelette pan called a makiyakinabe or tamagoyakiki.Japanese Mixed Tempura is a typical Japanese dish usually consisting of seafood, meat, and vegetables that have been battered and deep fried.Salmon Teriyaki is an easy Japanese recipe and takes only 4 key ingredients. Serve the salmon with steamed rice and teriyaki sauce for a delicious salmon teriyaki bowl.Japanese Beef steak with melted butter together with the low sodium soy sauce Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Introduction Lecture 2 Hot & Cold Soba Lecture 3 2 Way Miso Soup Lecture 4 Agedashi Taofu Lecture 5 Beef Steak Lecture 6 Dashi Lecture 7 Gyoza Lecture 8 Japanese Curry Udon Lecture 9 Japanese Salad with Wafu Dressing Lecture 10 Japanese Sushi Lecture 11 Japanese Tamagoyaki Lecture 12 Japanese Mixed Tempura Lecture 13 Teriyaki Salmon This program is suitable for home cooks and Enthusiasts Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-japanese-cuisine-by-apca-chef-online/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/1bca8823265cf1991e58cc2a5a9a13c1/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part3.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/96192911d42d8a84df5d765c066f3267/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part4.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/9eca05c2dab268ba5535895a39edefc4/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/bc544ffb83fd03e122919ff1d9ae0b15/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part1.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/0E9C88FD764FE17/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part3.rar https://nitro.download/view/33E88ECA16EF313/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part2.rar https://nitro.download/view/A741DCCC4A2075A/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part4.rar https://nitro.download/view/D82A0425DE3F5F5/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part1.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/1ce1e3b06A541c15/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part2.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/239bc35558dcE336/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part4.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/F5b94d55bfeE22C5/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/ab33a1AF7353b8a3/byiqt.Learn.Japanese.Cuisine.By.Apca.Chef.Online.part3.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  22. Last updated 5/2020 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.07 GB | Duration: 1h 42m STYLES, FLAVORS, SERVING, PAIRING & MORE! What you'll learn In-depth Sake Types and Style Training Flavor & Aroma profiles Sake & Food Pairing Taste Sake like an Expert - (and know what you're tasting) Production Methods How to read a Sake label without reading Japanese! Japan's Production Regions and Brands History Japanese Sake Terminology Requirements No existing alcohol or Sake knowledge is required All individuals wishing to drink alcohol must be of legal age where they reside This course does not condone underage drinking in any capacity. Students are encouraged to sample Sake throughout this course, but no specialist equipment is required beyond the spirit to enjoy Description An ancient alcoholic beverage from Japan, that not many Westerners are very familiar with. Now its time to change all that! Alcohol from rice? Yep! Ever wondered what is Sake or what does Sake taste like? We'll cover that and so much more.Many want to enjoy this beverage and think its only served hot. You couldn't be more wrong! We'll teach everything you need to be able to select, serve, taste and even warm your Sake to the ideal correct temperature to be best enjoyed. This course will teach you:Sake Types and StylesBasic Types - Futsu-shu & Tokutei meisho-shuJunmai-shuGinjo-shuDaiginjo-shuHonjozo-shuNamazakeOther Sake TypesHow to Taste Sake like an Expert - (and know what you're tasting)Flavor & AromasSake & Food PairingRecognizing Off FlavorsProductionHow to read a Sake label without reading Japanese!Japan's Production RegionsSake Brands by Region & FlavorsHistoryJapanese Sake terminologyYou don't need to be a Bartender or Mixologist in a Japanese sushi restaurant to be an expert on Sake.We'll give you a solid understanding to make the best selection for personal taste preference or to learn how to pair many varieties of Sake with food. You'll make better choices and be able to differentiate options, without having to personally try everything out there.Sake is indeed one of the finer things in life. all should enjoy!Class is in Session. Drink Up! Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION - COURSE OVERVIEW Section 2: TYPES Lecture 2 JAPANESE SAKE TYPES Lecture 3 OTHER JAPANESE SAKE TYPES Section 3: FLAVORS, AROMAS & PAIRING Lecture 4 FLAVORS & AROMAS Lecture 5 TASTES & TEXTURES Lecture 6 SAKE & FOOD PAIRING Section 4: TASTING & SELECTION Lecture 7 UMAMI...? - HOW TO TASTE JAPANESE SAKE LIKE AN EXPERT Lecture 8 OFF FLAVORS & FAULT RECOGNIZING Lecture 9 SAKE LABELS - HOW TO READ A SAKE LABEL WITHOUT KNOWING JAPANESE Section 5: SERVING, STORAGE & ENJOYING Lecture 10 WARMING - HOW TO WARM & SERVE HOT SAKE & SAKE SERVING TEMPERATURE GUIDE Lecture 11 SERVE, STORE & ENJOY ! - SAKE STORAGE AND EXPIRATION Section 6: PRODUCTION Lecture 12 SAKE PRODUCTION REGIONS Lecture 13 PRODUCTION Lecture 14 THE TOJI SYSTEM Section 7: ORIGINS Lecture 15 HISTORY & ORIGINS Section 8: Bonus Lecture Lecture 16 Proper Glassware Selection Anyone interested in alcohol,Novice alcohol enthusiasts,Mixologists, Bartenders, Servers & those in the hospitality industry that serve Sake,Those who enjoy Sake wanting advanced knowledge for better selection & enjoyment Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/japanese-sake/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/4fa50c37e23d425ff0871a647861864a/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/5067a88851a288eef70db1efe5d834bf/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part2.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/2A588536EAC650E/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part2.rar https://nitro.download/view/88455A9039D0315/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part1.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/2Afde38aed669841/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/42585cb124adaDe4/cnddd.Japanese.Sake..Essentials.In.Bartending..Cocktails.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  23. Last updated 11/2021 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 816.07 MB | Duration: 0h 46m Learn the most well-unknown Japanese cuisine with beautiful ingredients in the easiest way What you'll learn Prepare Japanese pressed sushi from scratch How to cook a vegan pressed sushi at home Serve delicious meals for your loved ones Get deeper knowledge about authentic Japanese pressed sushi cooking methods and techniques Know the basic spices and condiments and their use in Japanese pressed sushi cooking. Enhance cooking creativity by learning vegan alternatives for ingredients Requirements No specific skill is required - All you need is passion to create a best bowl of ramen In able to cook the recipes taught in this course, students will need basic kitchen tools such as pan, knife, chopping board, kitchen spoons, and kitchen stove Some of the ingredients used in recipes may not be readily available at grocery stores outside Japan, you might need to visit Japanese or Asian supermarkets to get the necessary ingredients Description Welcome to the course provided by Shojin Now, a culinary platform to teach Japanese authentic vegan cuisine online.COURSE OVERVIEWLearn the most well-unknown Japanese cuisines with beautiful ingredients in the easiest way.You might say making sushi seems complicated, particularly an authentic and vegan sushi...You may be able to watch basic roll sushi recipes being made on Youtube or through recipe books, but wouldn't you like to immerse yourself in a deeper experience?We've invited a renowned culinary professional to teach you a different type of sushi called pressed sushi.This course will teach you the basics of making a type of sushi called pressed sushi, including how to make vinegared rice, a variety of Neta (topping ingredients), and how to assemble them with a tool anyone can find in your kitchen. In the end, you can make two flavors of sushi with colorful toppings.MAIN INSTRUCTORSMs. Izumi Shoji | PLANT-BASED JAPANESE CUISINES PIONEERA popular cook who has driven the vegan movement in Japan. She published more than 70 books that introduced vegan cuisine to the Japanese public. Her eponymous Vegetable Cooking Studio is said to be Japan's first vegan cooking studio and it's known for its collaboration classes with top chefs in Japan and overseas.COURSE STRUCTUREThis course consists of three chapters: introduction, cooking session, and wrap up. It is structured to learn making veggie ramen and matcha pepper in one day taught with videos.THINGS TO MAKEVINEGARED RICEThe seasoned rice used for sushi is called "vinegared rice." Sweet, sour and a little salty rice. It is also called sushi rice at sushi restaurants. The first step to make sushi, you need to start by preparing the vinegared rice.NETA (TOPPING INGREDIENTS)In Japan, the ingredients for sushi are called "Neta." Seafood is often used as the Neta for sushi, and Neta can be prepared in raw, boiled or roasted. However, in this course, we introduce plant-based Neta as sushi that everyone in the world can eat.ASSEMBLYOnce you have vinegared rice and the Neta, it's time to shape it. We will make two kinds of pressed sushi with the toppings prepared in the Neta lesson: COLOURFUL PRESSED SUSHI WITH CUCUMBER, CARROT AND RED CABBAGE and PRESSED SUSHI WITH MARINATED ASPARAGUS AND ORANGEFAQQ: I have never tried cooking sushi. Am I qualified for this course?A: That won't be a problem at all! We will go through the basics of pressed sushi making. Even if you have zero experience, you can jump straight into learning professional skills, sparing yourself from any detour!Q: I don't have any special sushi making equipment at home. Will I have to spend a fortune on cooking tools?A: Nope! Naturally, as the course is based on professional Japanese methods, there will be some culinary equipment you can't readily source outside of Japan. But don't worry, that's why we're here. We carefully adapt our content to English speaking countries' environments. Alternative tools and ingredients are shown throughout the course.Q: Is the course taught in English?We partner up with local authentic culinary professional. To bring out her strengths, all the videos are shot in Japanese. Hence, the video lessons are taught in Japanese with English subtitles. Overview Section 1: INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 WELCOME MESSAGE Lecture 2 MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR Lecture 3 HOW IS PRESSED SUSHI MADE Section 2: COOKING SESSION Lecture 4 VINEGARED RICE[TEXT] Lecture 5 VINEGARED RICE[VIDEO] Lecture 6 NETA (TOPPING INGREDIENTS)[TEXT] Lecture 7 NETA (TOPPING INGREDIENTS)[VIDEO] Lecture 8 ASSEMBLY[TEXT] Lecture 9 ASSEMBLY[VIDEO] Section 3: WRAP UP Lecture 10 WRAP UP Lecture 11 BONUS SECTION Those who want to create pressed sushi from scratch,Those who want to brush up their sushi cooking skill,Those who want to learn something new about vegan culinary world Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/vegan-pressedsushi-shojinnow/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/bcea2989308288582e80cc016d1d5c21/aroju.Japanese.Colorful.Vegan.Pressed.Sushi.Course.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/978BF0EE32800AB/aroju.Japanese.Colorful.Vegan.Pressed.Sushi.Course.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/e78052023fc799C9/aroju.Japanese.Colorful.Vegan.Pressed.Sushi.Course.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  24. Published 07/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 62 lectures (3h 32m) | Size: 2.26 GB Introductory Japanese Grammar for Communication 2 (N4 level) What you'll learn You can learn JLPT N4 level grammar (It can be used as supplementary or test preparation materials) You can systematically learn not only the knowledge of elementary Japanese grammar, but also how to use it. You can learn beginner Japanese grammar with English subtitles so that you can understand it well. By doing the repetition practice, you can learn expressions that you can use in daily life and communicate with others. By taking a knowledge test, you can learn your weak points and strengthen your knowledge. Requirements If you have completed beginner grammar at N5 level, you will be able to learn more efficiently. If you can understand English, you will have a better understanding of the content of this material. Description This level is a course to strengthen the basics of Japanese grammar. Even grammar that may be considered a bit difficult can be mastered by learning from real-life situations. In the introductory part of each section, pictures and illustrations of daily life situations are shown on the screen, and conversational sentences using the new grammar and sentence patterns are introduced. The function conveyed by the grammar and sentence structure is then clearly explained and indicated on the screen. What is spoken is also shown in English subtitles, making it easy for the learner to understand. In the practice part, you can practice thinking and saying sentences using that grammar and sentence pattern by yourself in different situations and completing sentences. Afterwards, you will listen to the correct sentence, and by repeating the sentence, you can also learn to pronounce it correctly. In the summary part at the end, you can reconfirm the function conveyed by that grammar and sentence structure, as well as word forms and conjunctions. By repeating this activity for each section, you will build up your grammatical knowledge and communication skills, as well as your ability to prepare for the JLPT N4. If you are unsure of the meaning of a word used in an introductory or practice sentence, you can look it up in the vocabulary list provided. Detailed explanations and lists of verb inflection are also provided. These materials were created by teachers with over 30 years of experience in teaching Japanese. Learn to say things about yourself and your surroundings in Japanese! Who this course is for Those who have finished learning hiragana and katakana and have completed N5 level elementary grammar. Those who are studying Japanese who intend to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT N4). Those who are studying Japanese land looking for supplementary materials at the beginner level. Those who want to know how to use Japanese in daily situations in real life. Those who want to check and strengthen your basic knowledge of Japanese Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/introductory-japanese-grammar-for-communication-2-n4-level/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/7177e310769e7a0f1d2c4e78ec248ab4/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part3.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/9e3177c63f6dea3b50c1f98ee669768b/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/d69afe83d80c14bcbc61220352fc8c62/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part2.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/2A1EEB4D875EFE9/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part3.rar https://nitro.download/view/C78696857145D6A/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part1.rar https://nitro.download/view/E96ADCF7E155899/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part2.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/85B48F430a7Cf523/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part3.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/Dd5da3ffa1189C4a/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/b53431521766baf5/paymv.Introductory.Japanese.Grammar.for.Communication.2.N4.level.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  25. Last updated 9/2021 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.09 GB | Duration: 0h 55m Learn how to make everything from traditional Japanese recipes to modern fusion style dishes - at home! What you'll learn Learn to cook a variety of authentic (and very delicious) Japanese dishes at home Become familiar with Japanese ingredients and know how to use them Learn how to make and use dashi (soup base and seasoning powder) Learn how to make mentsuyu (soup base and multi-purpose sauce) Requirements Access to a kitchen with basic kitchen tools and cookware. A food processor or blender is required in some cases. Specific ingredients will be required, these are available at most Asian grocery stores. Description This course is designed to teach you how to make authentic Japanese dishes at home and includes instructions for making essential soup bases and sauces. Whether you are new to Japanese food, a novice in the kitchen or a seasoned pro, this course will get you cooking authentic Japanese food in your kitchen in no time!This course is open-ended and a new video lecture will be added approximately every week, so please check back often. The goal will be to include 90% of the most common Japanese dishes (with an occasional fusion or Korean dish). Some of the videos are narrated in Japanese (subtitles included) however most are and will be in English. You will become familiar cooking with key Japanese ingredients such as dashi, soy sauce, mirin, mentsuyu and many more... adding many new flavours and techniques to your cooking repertoire. Pretty much all of the ingredients should be easy to find in any asian food store or online.For each video lecture, you will be provided with a basic understanding of each recipe and all recipe information will be additionally supplied in pdf format. Feel free to contact me on Q&A dashboard, I am always available to answer questions! Overview Section 1: Soups Lecture 1 Udon Noodle Soup with Ankake Vegetables Section 2: Appetizers Lecture 2 Tsukemono (Pickled Burdock) Lecture 3 Imo Mochi (Potato Cheese Pancakes) Lecture 4 Agedashi Tofu (Fried Tofu) Lecture 5 Bonus: Maneuljong Muchim (Korean-style Garlic Stems) Section 3: Entrees Lecture 6 Soboro (Ground Meat) Lecture 7 Kakuni (Simmered Beef) Section 4: Soup Bases and Sauces Lecture 8 Dashi Lecture 9 Steak Sauce Lecture 10 Mentsuyu Anyone who is interested in cooking Japanese food Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/authentic-japanese-home-cooking/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/98131f4e89299cf794bae0091c14eece/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/efc68c241d7bf22820b9ef3d70043ef6/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part1.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/1700E8B84A05D56/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part1.rar https://nitro.download/view/B132343780D9E3F/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part2.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/46a6d265D9b3457b/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/C93725f2c13D8E66/agcsa.Authentic.Japanese.Home.Cooking.Growing.Library.Of.Recipes.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
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