Mangajin 65

$ 9.99

Mangajin 65

$ 9.99
Description

PLEASE NOTE: Mangajin ceased publication in 1998. These back issues may be new or used, but they will not be pristine. A few are still in sealed bags (for mailing), but even those are unlikely to be pristine due to shelf-wear and the amount of time passed. Please consider these as learning tools to be used rather than for collecting. That being said, if condition is important to you, please contact us with specific issues and we'll send you photos of the actual items.

 

Mangajin was a wonderful magazine for learners of Japanese. Each issue somehow had something for every level, but we recommend them most for upper beginners. 

Those interested in translation will love how Mangajin breaks down the manga it presents, explaining grammar, vocabulary, and cultural references with ease.

The cover image above and the table of contents below are for this particular issue. The extra sample pages inside may or may not be from this exact issue. 

 

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Thomas Polite
Another layer of learning about Japanese Culture & Language

When I ordered this magazine I had no idea what this magazine contained or how it would fit in to my Japanese culture and language learning library (growing larger everyday) that help me attain my goal of not only being fluent with the Japanese language (I am half Japanese/half African American, fluent in "in home" Japanese) but also able to read and write with college level fluency. This magazine is an interesting mix due to its interesting articles written in English along with a wealth of knowledge about the Japanese language/culture. I was pleasantly surprised to find the depth of explanation to which the English translation of the Japanese writings and comics that this magazine provided. Through this magazine I have added a new level of understanding the intricacies of the written Japanese language/culture. Reading this magazine is also like taking a trip back into time bringing back great memories such as the article on Tomagotchi (my children were obsessed). Worth every penny!!!