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As a third generation Japanese American, I find that many Japanese Americans know very little about Japanese culture.  Because I grew up in Tokyo and speak Japanese, I know a little more than the average Japanese American, but we all know it’s a life long enjoyable process.  Culture is a bridge to connect not only generations, but has the ability to bring communities together as well.  It teaches us much about why we do the things we do.  The more we learn, the more open and understanding we become.  At Asian Lifestyle Design, we’d like to welcome and  share the Asian culture with everyone.

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4 Comments

  1. Amazing things here. I’m very satisfied to peer your article. Thank you so much and I am looking ahead to touch you. Will you please drop me a mail?

  2. Hello, I just have to tell you that I really enjoy this site. Such great, helpful information and I’m in love with Asian Culture. I would like to learn as much as I can, especially learning the Japanese language. For me. trying to learn a language such as Japanese is very difficult if I don’t have anyone here in America to speak to and to learn from. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks again for such a great site! ;)

  3. Hi Tiffany,
    Thanks so much for stopping by. When my kids were little I found the best way to get them interested to learn was through anime. They spent hours watching and listening, but make sure you listen to the ones in Japanese with subtitles! You can see if there are Japanese dramas or shows on the internet with subtitles. That will be a good way to start. Best of luck!

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