I’m an visual/auditory learner, so I find that it’s a great way to put what I know into practice just by watching and listening to content. Reading and answering with the correct grammar point on BunPro is one thing, but to hear it in every day use really helps things stick.
What I’m watching currently are:
Kaoru-san and Rilakkuma (Netflix). It has the option for Japanese audio and no subtitles. Every episode is only about ten minutes long, so It’s nice to sit down and watch on my breaks. The story is about a young office worker trying to find her place in the world.
Aggretuko (Netflix) I originally watched this in English, but started rewatching episodes in Japanese. Also about a young OL trying to find her place in the world… but a lot more energetic and humorous.
A.I. Channel (YouTube) Kind of high energy and I don’t recommend this if you dislike high pitched voices and screaming, but honestly I find the videos really funny. A lot of what she says shows up on screen, so at the same time I can read along and see how much of the kanji I can read.
I’m looking for cooking channels and makeup tutorial channels, because these are my hobbies and I would like to learn vocabulary associated with them. If anyone has any recommendations I’d really appreciate them!
Aside from that, I am open to watching/listening to all kinds of new content. Do you have any favorite YouTube channels or TV shows or anime?