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6 Reasons Why Learning Japanese Is Not For Everyone

Learning Japanese may sound exciting, but it’s not for everyone. While there is no denying that studying the language can be thrilling, it can also be a lot of hard work and require dedication. Here are 6 reasons why learning Japanese may not be for you. 1) It Can Be Difficult to Understand the Culture One of the most difficult aspects of learning a language is understanding its culture. Learning a new language can be overwhelming, especially if you're not familiar with the culture or customs of the country where the language is spoken. Japanese culture is unique and complex, and it can take time to fully understand and appreciate it. Additionally, learning a new language can be mentally exhausting, and it can be difficult to stay motivated when progress is slow. This is especially true for Japanese which contains some unique cultural nuances that are inherently embedded in the language. Even after mastering the fundamentals of speaking, students must understand social customs

Most Expensive House Sold In Japan

The real estate market of Japan is known for its high property prices, and this also includes the residential sector. In this article, we will explore the most expensive house in Japan and its luxurious features. The most expensive house is known as the "Former Kintaro Hattori House (Hattori House)" sold at JPY 30.5 billion (USD 280m). It is a 1,340 sqm house on a sprawling 16,815 sqm block of prime freehold land in Minato-ku, Tokyo. On August 2014, Seiko Holdings sold the property to City Development Ltd (Singapore) after buying it in 2010 from Sanko Kigyo for around 21 billion Yen .  The 1,340 sqm mansion used to be the former residence of Seiko founder, Kintaro Hattori. It was built in 1933 and was allegedly where the Constitution of Japan was drafted. The 16,815 sq m parcel of land is located in the prestigious residential enclave of the Shirokane area in Tokyos Minato ward where numerous foreign embassies are situated and many multinational corporations are based. Base

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