Japanese Lessons with Japanese Radio Programs
|Name||Wasabi Japanese Radio Podcasts|
|Level||Intermediate (JLPT N3)|
|Total Time||43 minutes|
|Type of Audio file||A. Slow speed
B. Slow speed with pauses
C. Natural speed
D. Natural speed with pauses
|How to Use||Read-Aloud Method|
All programs can be played on each lesson page. Furthermore, if you would like to utilize your mobile devices or hear them off-line, you can download them via the following URL. Additionally, we have labeled the audio files as follows: “slow speed” as “A”, “slow speed with pauses” as ”B”, “natural speed” as “C” and “natural speed with pauses” as “D”. For example, if you would like to hear lesson 2-1 at a slow speed with pauses, please use No. B02-1.
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|A. Slow speed||Program 1-7, Program 8-14|
|B. Slow speed with pauses||Program 1-7, Program 8-14|
|C. Natural speed||Program 1-7, Program 8-14|
|D. Natural speed with pauses||Program 1-7, Program 8-14|
Program Table of Japanese Lessons
Free Talk Section
- Program 7 The Longed-for Occupation
- Lesson 7-1
- Lesson 7-2
- Lesson 7-3
- Lesson 7-4
- Lesson 7-5
- Lesson 7-6
- Lesson 7-7
- Lesson 7-8
- Lesson 7-9
- Program 13 “Advertisement” Confectionery Shop
- Lesson 13-1
- Program 14 “Announcement” Disaster Prevention Guide
- Lesson 14-1
We have released a new material: Read-aloud Method with Easy Japanese. If you find this Radio podcasts difficult, please give it a try.
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The Wasabi Japanese radio podcasts were created through a special association with Shimabara FM (a Japanese radio station). Thanks to them, we could develop one of the most practical materials for Japanese lessons in terms of conversation. It is likely that the example sentences in Japanese textbooks are slightly different from sentences which native speakers use in everyday life. By utilizing Shimabara FM’s programs, we can provide learning materials based on actual Japanese expressions. Thank you very much.