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Table of Contents / All Japanese All The Time Dot Com: How to learn Japanese. On your own, having fun and to fluency.

June 19, 2008
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-1. For Starters

0. Mental Tools

0.1 For the Start of the Journey

0.2 For During the Journey

1. Equipment

1. 1 Immersion Environment

1.2 SRS: Spaced Repetition System

2. Kanji (meaning and writing only)

3. Kana

4. Sentences (wherein kanji readings and grammar are naturally learned)

5. Juggling Multiple Languages + Advanced SRS Techniques

6. Questions from Readers

7. Reader Stories

8. Materials

8.1 Website Recommendations

8.2 Book Recommendations

8.3 Other Recommendations (Movies, Podcasts, Books, etc.)

9. News

10. Life In Japan

11. Further Reading

Like I said, I didn’t just come up with this all by myself, out of the blue. I found techniques and inspiration from many other people.

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66 Responses to Table of Contents / All Japanese All The Time Dot Com: How to learn Japanese. On your own, having fun and to fluency.

  1. [...] Newcomers Start Here [...]

  2. [...] Japanese fluently. To save money, you could either rob a bank (not suggested…) or get a job. All Japanese All The Time Dot Com With more info on being a student in Japan, check out the following link. [...]

  3. Searching for a Thai Language Learning Style on August 15, 2008 at 00:55

    [...] And the Holy Grail of 10,000 Sentences and SRS, (insert Thai for Japanese): How To Learn Japanese, On Your Own, Having Fun and To Fluency. [...]

  4. [...] estudar sentenças usando um SRS e se divertir! O site é muito completo, existe até mesmo um índice, para que você possa ler os posts e seguir o método de uma forma [...]

  5. [...] Katzumoto, do blog All Japanese All The Time lançou um serviço de consultoria para os estudos do idioma Japonês. A idéa me chamou muita [...]

  6. [...] www.alljapaneseallthetime.com Tags: learning & resources, links [...]

  7. [...] going with this. Posted by ajikanji Filed in [...]

  8. All Japanese All The Time | yonasu.com on February 24, 2009 at 08:47

    [...] head over to All Japanese All The Time and get your reading on. Start from the very beginning (see Table of Contents) and read every single article in it. This blog is a very good resource for learning Japanese and [...]

  9. Motivation to Learn | Dumb Otaku on February 26, 2009 at 11:16

    [...] Last night I was going through my feed reader and got to yonasu’s feed.  Going through them he posted on the All Japanese All the Time (AJATT) website about how it motivated him again to learn.  I took a look at the site a long time ago as more a reference point of what AJATT was while reading different forums about study methods.  At the time I took a look at a few article thought it was cool bookmarked it and never went back, why I hate bookmarks they are so useless but that is anther story.  I was happy yonasu posted about it because I really wanted to check it out again.  So I took his advice and started going through the table of contents. [...]

  10. [...] I’ve also been thinking abit about how to best immerse myself while going through the AJATT-method. Another thing that I talked in the last post, about the music.. Well, during the winter [...]

  11. [...] those who are studying and want to improve in their language proficiency, should head over to Khazumoto’s All Japanese All The Time . Khazumoto is quite amazing, he’s been able to learn Business Japanese through what I call [...]

  12. [...] stumbled upon All Japanese all the time. Khatzumoto, the author, advocated a learning method which is like throwing a lion cub off the cliff to make them stronger. It might sound crazy and unscientific, but you know what, it clicks with me, because this is like [...]

  13. JAMAP, AMJAP, and AJATT « OLiSPIELS on May 17, 2009 at 13:19

    [...] idea is very simple. I basically follow the AJATT method, but since I’m not spending “all-the-time” studying Japanese, it would be [...]

  14. [...] great articles and ideas on language learning you can find here: www.alljapaneseallthetime.com Although the website is about learning Japanese, most of it applies to Chinese and other languages [...]

  15. Learning Japanese « Johnyo’s Blog on August 2, 2009 at 06:44

    [...] method I’m using is AJATT. For those who haven’t heard of this before it stands for “all Japanese all the [...]

  16. AJATT for Chinese on August 28, 2009 at 19:31

    [...] AJATT are directly usable for Chinese (the steps I’m referring to are outlined in the AJATT Table of Contents). In fact, they’re most likely directly usable for learning any language, or learning just [...]

  17. 10 Dec 2009 « Mike learns japanese on December 10, 2009 at 19:06

    [...] All Japanese All The Time Dot Com [...]

  18. 2009 review 2010 goals « Johnyo’s Blog on January 1, 2010 at 10:08

    [...] watch anime without subtitles, this probably would of lasted only a couple of weeks had I not found ajatt. Which gave me a greater interest in the language and I am learning for so much more than just anime [...]

  19. [...] важный их дополнительных матералов — это сайт AJATT, что расшифровывается All Japanese All the Time. Там есть все [...]

  20. [...] had started AJATT after this December’s JLPT, and it’s been going amazingly well.  This lack of lists [...]

  21. [...] to AJATT Plus members-only Japanese translation  original AJATT articles (two per [...]

  22. [...] best way to learn in my humble opinion is the way shown here www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/all-japanese-all-the-time-ajatt-how-to-learn-japanese-on-y… While alot of it is criticized and shunned it is honestly the best way to do it as you are actually [...]

  23. [...] taken inspiration from All Japanese All The Time (for which most of the methods can be applied to Korean). This guy reckons he got fluent in [...]

  24. Chinese Language Lessons on June 17, 2010 at 15:25

    [...] Table of Contents / All Japanese All The Time Dot Com: How to learn Japanese. On your own, having fu… AJATT for Chinese View those in the order I linked them to you. [...]

  25. [...] la figure. Ce site, que les apprenants du japonais ne connaissent que trop bien, se trouve être All Japanese All The Time. Son auteur, un certain Khatzumoto (c’est un pseudonyme bien sûr, l’auteur [...]

  26. Alexanderwhittley's Blog on July 2, 2010 at 19:28

    [...] (I’m a couple months ahead of schedule!) to learn some japanese. Learning with the “All Japanese All The Time” method (although not as extreme as he suggests!), Heisig’s “Remembering the [...]

  27. El Dia VeintiOcho « Wanderlust Whispers on July 11, 2010 at 10:46

    [...] checking out the site www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/all-japanese-all-the-time-ajatt-how-to-learn-japanese-on-y… and his language learning method is really fascinating to me.  His rules are: don’t focus [...]

  28. [...] AJATT [...]

  29. [...] good. But I am not going to recommend it, since I have not finished with it yet. Have a look at this website if you want to find someone who does recommend [...]

  30. En gros, la méthode - JP.Amnysphere on July 29, 2010 at 22:28

    [...] du détail sur cette méthode, lisez-ça. Très, très [...]

  31. [...] Wednesday, 4 August, 2010 by Lingo 當我想著手寫關於輸入嘅種種文章,首先諗起最重要嘅事實:一個語言專家識幾多語言都好,最重要唔一定係用邊啲方法,而係佢付出咗幾多努力去學每一種語言。所有輸入都係靠個人努力得返嚟,連母語都唔係免費同埋不勞而穫,大把人讀書時中文科一樣唔好,亦都唔係人人都可以做作家或者演講人才。今日想介紹一個blog,叫做alljapaneseallthetime.com(我簡稱AJATT),網主係一個聲稱喺一年半之內自學日文,達到接近母語程度嘅美國人。佢好強調點樣用10,000個鐘頭學日文,聽落真係非常耐。 [...]

  32. [...] Para saber más del método de Khatzumoto, mirad a su página web en inglés: www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/all-japanese-all-the-time-ajatt-how-to-learn-japanese-on-y… [...]

  33. [...] and what might work and what might not. Prof Arguelles, Benny, StuJay (Stuart Jay Raj)  and Khatzumoto  – sound familiar to you? Most of their posts and videos concentrate on learning tips but you also [...]

  34. What Is AJATT Plus? | AJATT Plus on November 15, 2010 at 02:09

    [...] to AJATT Plus members-only Japanese translations of original AJATT articles (two per [...]

  35. [...] Onomatopoia Sentence Mining Remembering the Kanji All Japanese All The Time (External Link) December 2, 2010Discuss this article in the Article Forum. Category: How To, [...]

  36. This Immersion Thing « T.G In Tokyo on April 11, 2011 at 04:59

    [...] what the hay. Here‘s the like to the AJATT immersion posts. Look under the “equipment” [...]

  37. Learning Japanese « hiyoshinosaru on June 1, 2011 at 05:42

    [...] Which brings up to the first point of interest: The main point, according to Khatzumoto over at AJATT, is to have fun! Doing boring things makes whatever you’re doing a chore. No one ever [...]

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  39. I love tea I do. « getmetojapan on July 23, 2011 at 16:29

    [...] loads to read, and the ones which update everyday, or most days. Which are two. The Japan Guy and AJATT. The Japan Guy is entertaining and is about what I like and what I wanna know. AJATT is about what [...]

  40. Jim on August 3, 2011 at 15:06

    There are a lot of trolls out there hating you. [@RevTK]
    Don’t worry khatz, they have no reason to hate.
    Just do what you do, sir.
    Without you, I’m certain thousands of people wouldn’t have succeeded in learning a foreign language (including me)
    Many people would have quit a few months into their endavors.

    Incredibly motivational site for people that need structure, and for people that need to be spoon-fed. :D

  41. Jim on August 3, 2011 at 15:07

    endeavors*
    ;P

  42. 日本語。 | fio makes things on August 28, 2011 at 06:23

    [...] AJATT – (All Japanese All The Time) Probably my favourite site so far, doesn’t contain much in regards to learning materials, (I think all that is in AJATT Plus, which I’m too poor for) but contains lots of articles about getting yourself into the right mind set, and the most efficient way of learning a language – listening to it, all the freakin’ time!! Khatzumoto’s writing style is also quite nice, but I am a fan of the tough love / cut the bullshit attitude. Basically, you can do it, get on with it, but by getting on with it he means listen to music, play games, do anything fun in Japanese. And screw lessons. Awesomesauce. [...]

  43. ゲームセンターCX « 大冒険 on September 26, 2011 at 18:05

    [...] ・Modern Motivation. And take that! And that! And one of those! Don’t forget that! (how did that last one…? oh nevermind –) But really. Stop reading this. Go read AJATT. [...]

  44. PeraPeko ペラペコ « perapeko ペラペコ on November 4, 2011 at 21:38

    [...] hung around at Khatsumoto’s page AJATT for a while now, and I’ve decided to start with Silverspoon. Give it a try. Maybe it will [...]

  45. Quora on November 10, 2011 at 05:54

    What does it mean to develop a French accent?…

    First of all, you should check out Fabien Benetou’s answer to “For a 25 year old non-native English speaker, what is the best way to develop a native accent?”, many of the points I will make are pretty similar. What is an accent? I would define an a…

  46. Knicky on December 10, 2011 at 00:19

    I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to post. You are very uplifting and its really inspirational. I like to read your post’s whenever I am feeling down about my Japanese ability or I’m just feeling too worn out to study, I especially needed your uplifting articles and comments right before the JLPT this past weekend! Thank you and Merry Christmas (or whatever other Holiday you might celebrate this time of year).

  47. [...] mining a try.  I’ve talked about this before, but you can read about it in-depth from AJATT.  I know I’ve talked about how everyone has a different way to learn their language, but [...]

  48. [...] Se non sei hai più voglia di continuare a studiare il giapponese ho preparato una lista di consigli per motivarti a continuare (a meno che il giapponese non ti interessi proprio più!). Ovviamente gli stessi consigli si possono applicare allo studio di una qualunque lingua considerando altre risorse e siti non riferiti al giapponese. Per scrivere questo articolo mi sono ispirata al metodo AJATT. [...]

  49. [...] my lack of funds has caused me to slow down in my consumption of Japanese media.  Gotta keep sentence mining, you [...]

  50. [...] Khatzutmoto introduced me to the concept of eustress, and it has since become one of my primary life goals. Instead of having a life characterized by forced, distressful engagement with school, a job, or any other circle jerk bureaucratic organization that I really don’t care about, I will hopefully attain that state which is most coveted the interwebs over: financial independence. [...]

  51. ブックマーク « farcear on May 5, 2012 at 10:12

    [...] AJATT [...]

  52. Letisha Slinsky on July 5, 2012 at 06:39

    Hello! This is kind of off topic but I need some advice from an established blog. Is it difficult to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about making my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do you have any points or suggestions? Appreciate it

  53. [...] information on Spaced Repetition Systems,  Anki (an online and offline flashcard program), and the “Equipment” section of ajatt.com (you don’t have to be studying Japanese to get a lot out of this [...]

  54. [...] All Japanese All The Time: The blog’s author, Khatz, claims to have learned Japanese from zero to fluency in around 18 months and he goes through his tips, advice, motivation techniques, and methods. Has a writing style that grates on some people’s nerves, but always an interesting read.  Ignore all the donation requests/ads. [...]

  55. [...] to go about it and happened upon All Japanese All The Time (if you don’t know about this site go there now and look at it.  I’ll wait…oh good, you’re back).  Which I thought was a bit over the [...]

  56. [...] The final semester of my bachelor’s degree, I spent a semester abroad in Lima, Peru, and co-wrote my bachelor thesis with my classmate via Skype and Google Docs. My stay there was an amazing experience, I made lots of new friends, had tons of amazing experiences, got a glimpse of a culture and conditions very different from my own, and I easily learned to speak spanish very well in a matter of months, thanks to Michel Thomas and the language learning advice at Fluent in 3 Months and All Japanese All the Time. [...]

  57. [...] a lot more great ideas about learning foreign languages.  If you are a follower of AJATT or antimoon, these ideas are not new.  In a way, that’s why I chose the book–because [...]

  58. [...] Table of Contents [...]

  59. Marsupial on November 27, 2012 at 08:33

    Where can I buy PDF if I am to lazy to make it myself?

  60. [...] AJATT ToC (check section 1.1) [...]

  61. [...] more. For more about spaced repetition or language learning in general, I’d like to recommend AJATT. Feel free to check out these two sites. I’ll be sharing more in the [...]

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