What are things about Japan you learned from anime/manga?

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  • rikaichamp

    A browser extension to translate Japanese by hovering over words.

    It turns out that there's a lot more tools nowadays to help out the process which makes reading and interpreting Japanese a lot easier. Like, I'm really impressed with Immersion Kit which allows you to look up Japanese phrases and see how they've been translated in various anime which helps out a lot for my amateur translation work. Things like kanji lookups are a lot easier with handwriting recognition compared to the days where I'd have to search by radical. Browser plugins like 10ten make reading Japanese websites with a dictionary much more convenient.

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