This is the Onojo location of Sharely Style Verde, but the same management runs both locations.
Review of Sharely Style Verde in Fukuoka
This page has been made to write a review of my wife and I’s experience about living at Sharely Style Verde shared housing in Fukuoka. Right now they…
Peter Barakan Funny Playlist
I actually really like Peter Barakan, he hosts a show on the NHK called Japanology where they go into detail about little (and big) things in Japan. It’s actually a pretty good show and I highly recommend checking it out, but there are funny moments that…
Are Japanese Futons Worth It?
Before I came to Japan, I was going through the options of where I was going to live at. In the end I ended up going with a place called Sharely Style Verde. Although it’s a decent place to first come to when arriving in Japan, it certainly has sort of a high…
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Particles Dictionary Form て形 た形 ない形
Group I Dictionary Form for Group I て形 for Group I た形 for Group I ない形 for Group I
Group II Dictionary Form for Group II て形 for Group II た形 for Group II ない形 for Group II
Fukuoka Tower the Softbank Hawks & the Beach
Here is our Facebook pictures of the day.
This last Sunday a friend of my wife and I whose living in the same shared housing unit went to a game in Hakata, Fukuoka (Japan). We first went to the Yahoo! Dome and watched the Softbank Hawks take on a…
Looking to go to FFLC to learn Japanese?
At this moment I’m going to FFLC and I would strongly suggest aganst it. If you’re going through Go Go Nihon I would also suggest not using them. This review will change as time goes on… either it will get worse or better. BUT, just know…
So, I really like duplicating information into different formats. One of my favorite duplications is taking text from a book (especially lists, but sometimes chunks of information as long as it is broken up into fairly small groups and is very interesting information that deserves to be…
Nanzoin Temple and Buddha Statue
Today my wife and I went to Nanzoin temple here in Fukuoka, we rode the train to Yoshizuka and then took a train that went past Yusa to a train stop that I couldn’t properly pronounce very well, all I knew was that it had the kanji for previous at the end…
A Few Interesting Things You Might See Happen on a Japanese Train Ride
Over the last couple weeks, my wife and I have road the trains almost everyday, and for the most part most of the Japanese seem to follow the etiquette rules set by society, BUT every single day I see some Japanese breaking…