Learn Japanese with Stories #6: Yukionna

Learn Japanese with Stories #6: Yukionna

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READ real Japanese Today! By choosing short stories, the intimidation factor is greatly reduced. Not only that, but we divide the story up into tiny, easy-to-swallow segments with complete explanations to give you confidence as you read real Japanese page by page.

Perfect for beginning and upper beginning students of Japanese. This affordable Japanese reader contains two stories just about every Japanese knows and loves.

BONUS! Get FREE MP3s of the stories read by a native Japanese voice actress. Listen while reading. The link to the MP3s is found on the last page.

EXTRA BONUS! Free Anki flashcard deck of all the vocabulary in the stories.

These are short stories that can be tackled by students of any level, but the ideal level is upper beginners to intermediates (around the JLPT N4 - N3 level).

* All Japanese have furigana (printed version and Kindle version on supported devices (most new devices))
* Two full traditional Japanese stories presented in three unique ways.
* GLOSS: Read the story with a running gloss—understand completely. Every sentence is broken down word-for-word and with English explanation of the grammar.
* JAPANESE ONLY: The full story in Japanese only (without the running gloss) is also provided so you can practice reading without interruption.
* ENGLISH SUMMARY: Finally, we have included a simple and mostly literal English translation for you to check your understanding (Don’t cheat! Work through the Japanese first!).
* Short stories makes reading full Japanese texts possible. This book has four complete stories with total explanation for every level.

* Download the FREE MP3s to listen while you study.

* Download the free Anki flashcard deck
* Print out the Vocabulary PDF to use while reading.

YUKI ONNA The Snow Woman
Yuki Onna (Snow Woman) is a traditional Japanese folktale of a spirit or yōkai who appears on snowy nights in a white kimono and even whiter skin. She is beautiful, but deadly, leading unsuspecting travellers astray or killing them outright. In our story, she is both deadly and compassionate.

Anchin & Kiyohime
A young priest learns the danger a lie can invite.

While beginners to Japanese can get a lot from this, hiragana knowledge is required.

Finally, we invite the reader to contact us with questions or requests for future Japanese readers. You will find our personal email addresses in the book. To your Japanese!

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