Japanese Websites

You know, it’s fine someone telling you “hey, read websites in Japanese”, but then…what websites are cool to go to?

What websites indeed. Well, here’s one for starters:やわらか戦車(せん・しゃ)[Softie Tanks], the continuing story of a tank who’s mainly good at…retreating. Somehow, it’s just so…可愛いーーーー(cute). Anyway, enjoy.


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  1 comment for “Japanese Websites

  1. SANTIAGO
    April 17, 2009 at 09:20

    HELLO,
    SO FAR I’VE BEEN LOOKING AND READING YOUR SITE, I FIND IT VERY HELPFUL AND INTERESTING… I’LL BE KEEPING MY EYES OPEN FOR MORE AND NEW UPCOMING INFO…. I HOPE WE CAN BE FRIENDS AND YOU AN GUIDE ME TO UTILIZE THESE TRICKS OF THE TRADE AND OR TIPS TO LEARNING JAPANESE FLUENTLY…. HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND IN JAPAN, HOPE TO SEE AND MEET YOU ONE DAY!!!
    SANTIAGO

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