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A subreddit for discovering the people, language, and culture.#### Description /r/Japanese is a subreddit for bilingual discussion and exchange centering on Japan, its people, language and culture. We welcome posts about Japan and cultural exchange in Japanese and English.

/r/Japaneseでは日本語、日本文化と関係のあることについてバイリンガルで話をしましょう。日本や国際交流などについてのスレを日本語か英語で投稿してください。

#Translation requests ・ 翻訳

Translation and transcription/transliteration requests are not allowed in /r/japanese. Please submit these to /r/translator instead. Posts asking for them anyway will be removed, and the poster may be temporarily banned. This rule includes

  • requests for transcription/transliteration,

  • translation checks/proofreading including homework help,

  • all handwriting posts,

  • "what's the difference between X and Y",

  • item identifications

and so on. Such posts will be removed; repeat offenders and posters found to be deliberately evading the Automoderator warnings will be banned.

#No "how do I learn" posts

Broad questions on how to learn Japanese, kanji, what app/textbook to start with, etc. are not allowed. Please check our list of FAQs before posting your question. See the r/LearnJapanese Starter's Guide for information on how to get started.

Click here for the full rules.

Furigana ふりがなの書き方

To create furigana in your posts, use the following syntax: このコードを書いたら

[漢字](#fg "かんじ")

This will display as "漢字". 「漢字」になります。

The quotation marks are not optional. クォーテーションマークは必要です。

##Related subreddits 関連掲示板

###Language learning ・ 日本語や外国語の言語学習

  • /r/LearnJapanese (FAQ)
  • /r/LearnKanji
  • /r/JapaneseResources
  • /r/SpeakJapanese
  • /r/LanguageLearning
  • /r/JapaneseInTheWild
  • /r/language_exchange

###Japanese life and culture ・ 日本生活や文化

  • /r/Japan
  • /r/JapanLife
  • /r/japannews

###Japanese Media ・ 日本のメディア

  • /r/anime
  • /r/Manga
  • /r/jpop
  • /r/otaku
  • /r/JTV

The most common phrases the members use:

predefined sentences
vending machine
beginner level
least once
intermediate level

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