日本語の森(Nihongo no mori) A Feel-Good Resource


#1

Basically, I am plugging Nihongo no mori, a youtube channel. It covers a lot of grammar points and is really a lot of fun. Plus, the people who do it give all the explanations in relatively easy Japanese so you get to feel good about yourself while learning new stuff because you will be able to understand most of or at least some of the explanations if you even have ~1000 common words memorized or so. Anyway, I don’t know if anyone else has had positive experiences with it, but I find it to be a nice resource for when I am relaxing and want to learn what the heck ばかりか does in a sentence. If anyone knows other good video resources at different levels, I would be excited to learn about those too.

Merry Christmas.

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#2

Basically Nihongonomori is easily the single best Japanese resource on Youtube, by a pretty long shot.


#3

I like this. Most of the video resources that I have used so far are teaching through English, which kind of bothers me because I feel like I should be learning Japanese through Japanese, at least some of the time. Anyways, I think that this channel will be useful for me.


#4

This is awesome!


#5

Learning a language through itself is one of the best things you can do. Obviously it will take a while to get to that level but once you’re there it’s amazing. I love to study the definitions of words in the same language rather than the English equivalents. I do this with other languages as well~

And yeah, I love nihongonomori as well. All the teachers are amazing! Can’t wait for a new series to start.


#6

Nice, I’ll give this a go!

I watched a few of the N4-N5 ones a while back, but didn’t really feel like they gave much, and at the time the japanese-only ones were too difficult.

Now it seems like the N3 ones are at a good level for me, and I’ve been struggling to find a good way to study grammar recently! :slight_smile:


Talk to me about your grammar routine :)
#7

Neato bambito. Somehow I haven’t come across this, but it seems pretty useful. Ive been solely relying on filthy frank videos for my study and this seems a lot more informational.


#8

Thanks so much for recommending this channel! Really awesome resource. I can now attend immersion-style language classes for japanese, even if there aren’t any available in my city.

Also the tone of their videos is wonderful; I love it.


#9

You are welcome. Enjoy it. It is definitely one of my favorite resources. :sparkles::turtle:


#10

This looks great :3


#11

I just found the N3 playlist and it was amazing. After giving the N4 this July, I’d just go through all of it.


#12

They even have basic grammar in english! Instant suscribe, thank you mate :heart_eyes:


#13

nothing wrong with filthy frank as teacher, hehe. :sunny: