Many of you already know when serving fish with head, you need to place the head heading left like this picture. Also you might want to know that you should place rice on the left and the miso soup on the right like this picture. But some people argue that rice and miso soup should be reversed.
Many items in Japanese society are designed for right-handed people.
Unlike Europe and North America, Free WiFi hotspots are harder to find in Japan. Some of the services that they say available are only for subscribers. However Japan is working havers hard to provide more Free WiFi spots for travelers.
Since 1996, Japanese-Online has been provided as a free service from PSPINC with the purpose of providing resources to individuals interested in learning about the Japanese Language and culture.
Japanese-Online has content suited to varying levels of study, including lessons for beginners as well as lessons tailored for those who need grammar and writing resources. Lessons are best suited to those who have basic understanding of hiragana and katakana alphabets before moving on to the more advanced grammar and particle lessons. Grammar lessons focus on learning about writing and creating more complex sentences and most lessons will not use romaji (Japanese sounds written with roman letters). Kanji is used in the lessons with hiragana and English translations provided.