【Tokyo Revengers】You Can Learn Japanese from Anime “Episode 14”

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Anime Is Perfect for Learning Japanese

Anime Is Perfect for Learning Japanese

Did you know “Anime is good learning Japanese tool?”

There are two reasons.

  1. Anime character use real Japanese
  2. You can enjoy to watch Anime, so you can keep studying

I call SFromA (Study From Anime) that helps you learning Japanese free.

I made SFromA Japanese → English,
English → Japanese.

Japanese → English is not lot yet, but I will make for you guys!

All Anime Is Good for SFromA?

All Anime Is Good for SFromA?

My answer is NO.

Because some character uses weird or funny speaking style.
Good example for this is Naruto.

We never use 『だってばよ “da tte ba yo“』in my life.

Naruto is using weird Japanese. Do not learn Japanese from Naruto!

I make a list that who’s Japanese is good for learning Japanese.

You can choose Anime from SFromA, and
you can start learning Japanese!


Any language study, you need to continue.

Anime helps you to keep studying.

How To Use SFromA ?

How to use SFromA?

This is very simple.
There are two steps.

  1. Watch Anime Japanese and English subtitle. (Just enjoy)
  2. Watch SFromA (I pick 2 or 3 phrase that real Japanese use)

You can listen Japanese, and
you have multiple choice to answer.

If you want to write and read Japanese, SFromA is not suitable.
SFromA is for understanding Japanese for real using.
You will be able to speak and listen Japanese!!

Let’s start it!

Tokyo Revengers Is Good For Learning Japanese!

『見たことあるmi ta ko to a ru。』Takemichi

Answer is… 2.
“mi ta” means past form of look.
“mi ru” means look.

Try to remember “mi ta ko to a ru” !!
Japanese use it in conversation!

Answer Video


『気にすんなki ni su nn na。』Doraken

Answer is.. 2.

This sentence is only using by men.
If you are women, you can say “ki ni shi na ku te i i”

Answer Video

Answer Video

Today’s best moment in Episode 14

“The path toward my dream is still so long.” Sano Manjiro

"The path toward my dream is still so long." Sano Manjiro

It really sucks trying to make your organization bigger.

You bring in new blood, and then some guys leave.

The path toward my dream is still so long.
Manjiro Sano