I would recommend this book to students who are finishing their first semester of Japanese. Reading this book is a good way to practice many of the kanji we learned. It was also interesting to learn about the regions of Japan and how that affects the cherry blossom trees. The illustrations were very pretty, so the book was fun to read.
この本はおもしろいてしゃしんはきれいです。It makes me looking forward to watching Sakura next year. And it’s interesting to know that Sakura blossoms at different times because of the difference in location.
I recommend this book for First Year Japanese students. It’s easy to read and brings beautiful expectations for spring in cold winter.
I would recommend this book to all Japanese 110 students. The drawing is at such a high aesthetic level. The plot is heartbreaking but straightforward. After reading the book, the readers will begin to think about their relationships with their pets. There are some new words, but the pictures next to them help to explain the meanings a lot.
I would recommend this book because it is not a difficult read but it is very interesting. If you like books about the holiday season and happy endings, you will enjoy this book! The illustrations are also really pretty and make the book more fun to read.
This book was extremely cute. The art was very pretty. The book was also easy to understand. It was not difficult at all.
I recommend this book to JPN 110 students.
I would recommend this book to any first semester Japanese students. Beans are everywhere in Japanese cuisine, and this book helps familiarize the reader with the various uses. There are general recipes for several ingredients like tofu, and the book even has cute pictures of koji fungi! The kanji used in the book would also be useful to know for anyone looking to buy ingredients at a store without English labels.
I recommend this book to 日本語一年生. It does brief introduction to the city subway system, and shows lots of lively situations in the train, like how do passengers look differently in the morning, at noon, and at night. It’s a book easy to read and enjoy.
The format was so cool. It was two books in one. There were two stories, one about a lonely cat and one about a lonely bird. The bird’s story starts “front to back” and the cat’s story starts “back to front” (to American readers). Then their stories meet up in the middle of the book when the characters meet. It’s such a cool idea.
I highly recommend this book. Not only was it a cool idea, but I appreciated that the vocab and grammar was all stuff we had covered. I don’t think I had to look anything up, and I understood the story. This is one of my favorite Tadoku books by students I have read. Also, it looks like the drawings are hand drawn, and that’s really cool.
This book is easy to read because we’ve learned all the grammars. Although there are some kanjis we haven’t learned, we still can guess the meanings from the picture. The story is interesting but kind of sad. If you have a dog or cat, I don’t recommend this book because you will definitely cry!
I would like to recommend this story to my classmates, because it has a very good plot that keeps you curious, and it has a pretty good ending that makes you look back on your own life and be grateful. It might be a little confusing in the beginning, but you’ll get the story in the end, and the grammar and vocabulary isn’t too difficult.