Advantages of Learning Japanese Language

Advantages of Learning Japanese Language

Advantages of Learning Japanese Language :

HI reciter. I’m Biswajit. Today, I’m going to give facts about the charismatic advantages of learning the Japanese Language.

 Learning a second language is a significant skill that gives you the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way as well as enables us to expand various mental abilities of all ages. The many intellectual avails of learning languages are countless. People who speak more than one language have so many benefits such as Boosts Brain Power, Improves Memory, Problem-solving, Critical-thinking skills, enhanced concentration, Provides Better Career Choices, and so on.


Why should I choose the Japanese language?


There are so many languages to learn but why you should learn Japanese?

 If you have some questions, you may be curious to know the gain, scope, demand, and career opportunities. Let’s expose it!

1. The Japanese will set you distinct from the crowd. It is different because it isn’t an evident language to bear.

2. career-wise, Japanese is one of the top 5 ultimate convenient languages to study.

3. Tour, Japan has always been a desiring country to travel. We need to learn the Japanese language as 98% of speakers of Japanese in japan, willing to deal with Japanese people during the journey.

4. Last but not least, the chromatic and vigorous cultural aspect of Japan. 


The Japanese language is the ninth most spoken language in the world. As of current, Japanese is the most valuable choice among East Asian Languages and the reasons are specious. it is generally assumed that a massive majority are monolingual which means very rare people speak any other language, including English. One crucial reason is they take pride in their native language.

Topnotch Advantage of Learning Japanese


There are bags of significant advantages of learning Japanese in Japan instead of learning throughout your home country.

1.Career Field:

 Japan is a leading manufacturer of some of the most developing sectors such as IT, animation, automobile, electronics, infrastructure, semiconductor manufacturing, etc. It is due to their high peculiarity production standards and commutes for modernization that makes Japanese one of the leading countries in the world. As the world’s economies become increasingly worldwide, it makes perfect sense to use language as a tool for spread out and accumulating your business options.

 The “made in Japan” is similar to high quality and technologically advanced products.

Eye-catching  Japanese brands such as Sony, Honda, Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba, Sanyo, Casio, Canon, Minolta, Pioneer, Nikon, Suzuki, Toyota, and hundreds of more have pervaded the Indian market in a wide range of sectors and still open out.

Being able to communicate with promising clients, customers, and colleagues can open many doors. The faculty to speak the Japanese language in India offers many jobs that require the Japanese language. 

Today, many companies are seeking Japanese language veterans in Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Noida, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Pune, and other cities in India, who can deal with their supplement.

Whether it is designing electronic appliances, formulating innovative, fair products, or high-end fashion clothing, the Japanese skilled value, quality, and winning the consumer.


2. Culture, Music, and Movies:

The Japanese culture is a unique, graceful, multicolored, spirited, and multi-layered that has elaborated over the last 2,000 years.  It’s a combo of traditional and modern practices. Typically, social management is not something you will notice in the West. 

Their cultural traditions are ingrained in the young and old people, and these traditions rule the way they react, interact, and behave. These are also established in the way they write, read, hear, and talk. The younger generation could illustrate very modern behaviors, talk, and dress differently but they still chase traditions their elders have taught them.

From manga to bonsai, Japanese culture has raised itself inside many menages in every corner of the planet earth.

No consideration of Japan is replete without mention of its unique and pleasing dishes. You might catch a new way to order your Sushi or Tempura or Yakitori.

It ranges from the simple,  beautiful, and well-bred to the wild, loud and erratic, with everything in between. It can unlock your perspective on values, customs, religious beliefs, ethics, manners, traditions, and aesthetics.

There is a reason why so many people zeal the language, culture, and history of Japan. I’m exactly one of them.

Of course, there are anime, manga, and video games to merge yourself in and then lots of temples to visit, sumo to watch, art to visit, mountains to climb. The list is virtually limitless.

Japanese music and movies are well-liked all across the world. Pop culture gets a universal demand across the globe. Japanese can help you support the authentic, original, and exceptional content from entertaining J-Movies and Music to books and news.

If you like playing video games, watching movies and animes, make sure you do all those things in the correlative language. There will be lots of benefits if you are studying Japanese.


3. Demand  For Japanese Translator, Interpreter  & Trainer:

 Lost In Translation?          

There is a defect of reliable Japanese translation tools and software. You will be surprised to discriminate exactly how much was lost in translation.

If you are entrancing in getting a job as a translator and interpreter but aren’t quite sure which language to pick, then I’ll make it easy for you — choose 日本語 (Nihongo).

Among Foreign languages in India, Japanese language classes in India are one of most needed after.

The scope is tremendous. You have job possibilities in the Travel & Tourism sector for language specialist.

Likewise, it is one of the most paying languages in the translation and interpreter world. , you can get a job as a  content writer, translator, or interpreter.

Due to finite supply, many Indian & Japanese companies aim for foreign language trainers who can train the aspirants for various courses for handling with the Japanese customers. As a result, proficient Japanese language teachers in India are searching for their services in demand.

4. Work or Study in Japan:

Many Indian companies and MNCs are demanding to grow client base in the country with progress in India-Japan bilateral relationship.

Both loyal nations have moved firmly to lift and enhance relations in the last few decades. You could considerably hike your job plan in Japan.

Japan has one of the best educational training systems in the world. The OECD ranks the country’s high school students number one for maths and number 2 for scientific literacy.

Studying in Japan will always extremely improve your employability. It can be a great career advantage.


5.  Low Competition and high competitive edge:

 According to my personal experience as a student, not many succeeded in speaking the language with a high level of ability. 

It has three letters of writing systems — Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.

There are rare human beings who can speak with a high level of Japanese. Therefore, having these skills can allow you great job opportunities in India as well as the worldwide community.

Ordinarily, there’s a minor struggle for positions with Japanese-speaking aspirants. If you desire to learn a language with less competition, better pay, and more work, then Japanese is an ethical choice.

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Relation between current prime minister  Yoshihide Suga & Narendra Modi

Relation between current prime minister Yoshihide Suga & Narendra Modi


Yoshihide suga and Narendra Modi

    Hii, I am Biswajit, today I am going to tell you about the correlation between current japan PM Yoshihide Suga and India PM Narendra Modi.

    Mr. Yoshihide Suga won the election on  September 14 with 70% of the vote in the LDP leadership election. He was elected  Prime Minister by Emperor Naruhito on  September 16, 2020, that lead to becoming the first pm of the Reiwa Era.

    The correlation between India and Japan is momentous. On Friday,  PM Narendra Modi congratulated and wished Yoshihide Suga on his appointment as Japan’s new prime minister on a phone call. Two leaders discussed on the first call about the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail project and welcomed a memorandum of cooperation on well-defined skilled workers to be signed in the near future.  
In the first conversation between Japan’s new PM Yoshihide Suga and India’s PM Narendra Modi, Mr. Suga remarked that he will promote bilateral cooperation in economic as well as security matters, glad to work with India and shared mutual trust & values.

    PM Narendra Modi heartily congratulated Yoshihide Suga in a tweet and said, "Heartiest congratulations to Excellency Yoshihide Suga on the appointment as Prime Minister of Japan @kantei. I look forward to jointly taking our Special Strategic and Global Partnership to new heights. @sugawitter."  And Modi also invited Suga to visit India for the Annual Bilateral Summit, after the improvement of the situation caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Let’s know more facts about  Mr. Yoshihide Suga.

Yoshihide Suga

    He was born on 6 December 1948. he belongs to a farmer’s family as his father is a strawberry farmer. After completed his graduation degree from high school, he moved to Tokyo. He graduated with doing Bachelor of Laws at Hosei University. In 1975, he became an aide to representative Hikosaburo Okonogi (a politician who served as a member of “House of Representatives”). Suga was elected to Yokohama Municipal Assembly in 1987. But in the 1996 election, he built up his own local power base and was elected to the House of Representatives which representing Kanagawa’s 2nd District as a member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). 

    When Shinzo Abe first became Prime Minister in 2006, he nominated MR.Suga to the cabinet as Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications. After the LDP successfully won the 2012 general election, Suga was delegated, Chief Cabinet Secretary. He is also known as Shinzo Abe’s right-hand man for the past eight years as he played a crucial role in protecting Shinzo Abe from greater exploration over various scandals that obdurate his government.

  An importunate Meeting was held of party members from both houses of the Diet(Parliament) on Monday which triggered by Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s abrupt August 28 announcement that he was stepping down citing his chronic illness. At the meeting, Yoshihide Suga triumphed 377 votes which were almost 70%  of the total votes while the other two contenders, LDP policy chief Kishida and former Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba got  89 and 68 votes respectively. Now the son of a farmer from northern Japan, Yoshihide Suga became the new Prime Minister of the Reiwa era of Japan.
    He said in a recent interview to follow Former PM Shinzo Abe’s approach to tackling the Covid-19 pandemic and aims to form an agency to promote the government’s digital strategies under one roof as well as he will look into a possible overhaul of the health ministry. Suga proposed to step-up coronavirus testing capacity and secure the plenitude vaccine for Japan’s entire population by the middle of next year.
    He is a tenacious promoter of tourism as a way to drive local economies and gesticulated in a recent interview with Reuters the importance of re-opening the economy and also indicated that Japan would do “whatever it takes” to assure it could host the Olympics next year.
Short explanation about the relation between japan and India

Short explanation about the relation between japan and India


Short explanation about the relation between Japan and India


Hello, this is Sidharth. Today I am going to give a clear idea about the history and current situation of the relation between Japan and India. Describing the whole history will be very long. So, I will try to cover most of the important past events which happened between India and also include the present situations. 


When the Britishers were ruling over India, India and Japan were enemies during world war II. But after India got its freedom from the British government, the relation between the two countries started to grow. In 1949, the former prime minister of India, Jawarharlal Nehru, gifted an elephant to the zoo situated in Tokyo. That was the first little step to a bright future of India and Japan’s relationship. Even though the relation was keep growing, japan had not taken seriously because of that time, the economy of India was impoverished. No trade happened between Japan and India at that time. That’s no one invited India to take part in the ASEAN. But after the 1980s, India started to do trading with Southeast Asian countries. In 1998 India did a nuclear test, which is known as the Pokhran test. After this incident, Japanacknowledges the capability of Indiaand after 2000, the relation has developed to a higher stage.

Current Relation

When the former prime minister Yoshiro Mori visited India, Mr. Mori, and the former Legendary Prime minister Atala Bihari Bajpai established the “global partnership between Japan and India.” Afterward, when former prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh visited japan, the relation was promoted to “Global and strategic partnership.” But when Prime minister Modi went in an official summit to Japan, many things happened. Mr. Abe and Mr. Narendra take India-Japan relations to the next level. Recently in 2018, when Narendra Modi visited japan, the “Japan-India” vision was issued, and the two countries work together to develop an open and free indo-pacific. The reason behind the current relationship between India and Japan because Mr. Abe and Mr. Narendra Modi were in a good term when Mr. Narendra Modi was the CM of Gujurat. Mr. Abe has invested a lot in Gujarat when Mr. Modi was the CM.

Things that help to boost the relation between India and Japan 

  • Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe are both experienced business person. As India’s economy rapidly, Mr. Abe promised to Invest 35$ billion in India within 5 years.
  • Japan is planning to make many Industrial townships in India to increase the manufactory.
  • Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between India and Japan being implemented from August 2011.
  • India and Japan both signed a civil nuclear corporation agreement “in principle.”
  • Japan is Investing in “Swachh Bharat” and “make in India.”
  • A partner city agreement was signed between Varanasi and Kyoto.
  • Visa on arrival will be allowed to all the Japanese citizens after March 1st,2016.
  • There are also military and strategic agreements that were formed between India and Japan. Japan will work with the US and India for peace and freedom.          
A simple conversation between a Japanese and an Indian student.

A simple conversation between a Japanese and an Indian student.

 Here is a simple conversation between a Japanese and an Indian student. You can have some ideas about the Japanese simple phrase which you can use while talking with a Japanese.

(Role-play between a Japanese and a student)

Hiroshi: Hello guys, I am Hiroshi. Nice to meet you.
               (Kon’nichiwa, Watashi wa hiroshidesu. Hajimemashite.)
Student: Hello Hiroshi san, Welcome to Chandrasekhara Academy.
                (Kon’nichiwa Hiroshi-san, chandorasekaraakademī e yōkoso.)
Hiroshi: what is your name?
                (Onamaewa nan desu ka?)
Student: My name is Sidharth Rout.
                (Watashi no namaewa Sidharth Rout desu.)
Hiroshi: How old are you?
                (Anata wa nan-saidesu ka?)
Student: I am 22 years old.
                (Watashi wa 22-saidesu.)
Hiroshi: Where do you live?
                (Doko ni sunde imasu ka?)
Student: I live in Puri.
                (Watashi wa puri ni sunde imasu.)
Hirsohi: what are you reading today?
                (Kyō wa nani o manande imasu ka?)
Student: we are learning Web designing today.
                (Kyō wa web designing o gakushū shite imasu.)
Hiroshi: Do you learn Japanese Language ?
                (Anata wa nihongo o manabimasu ka?)
Student: Yes, we do. We can speak Basic Japanese.
                (Hai, arimasu. Kihon-tekina nihongo ga hanasemasu.)
Hiroshi: That’s good.
                (Sore wa ī desu ne)
Student: Thank you, Mr. Hirsohi.
                (Hirusohi-san, arigatōgozaimashita.)
Hiroshi: why do you study Japanese?
                Naze nihongo o benkyō suru no?
Student: I love Japanese culture, and I want to do a job in Japan.
                (Watashi wa nihon’nobunka ga daisukide, Nihon de shigoto o                         shitaidesu.)
Hiroshi: That’s amazing. I wish you your Bright future.
                (Hontōni sugoi. Akarui mirai o.)