Can you help me remember what site this is?

We recently had a lesson on japanese listening comprehension and one of our professors showed us a site that could transcribe video clips (I’m not sure if it was a full J-Drama or was just made for that purpose) into hiragana & katakana, kanji, and english counterparts. There was also the option of reading manga for those counterparts as well. There were also short quizzes on the video clips you just watched.

I was really interested on the site but sadly I couldn’t catch its name. What I do remember though was that it had a blue background and the site kinda looked childish (but really informative) and I think it was all written in japanese (not sure about this one).

If you know the name of the site, please drop a comment below :relaxed: since I’m planning to improve my japanese listening with that. If you also have other sites to share that you think can improve my case, feel free to comment.

Thank you for all your help :slight_smile:

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Supernative? It’s a listening comprehension practice site with video clips anyway.

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I have tried supernative before and sadly it wasn’t that one.

https://www.erin.ne.jp/en/?

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Yes that seems to be it. Thank you!!

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Who would’ve thunk. :stuck_out_tongue:
I was checking that site yesterday after like 5 years of not using it.

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Haha, the mention of “J-Drama” completely took me off the trail of thinking of Erin. :slight_smile:

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