Start with the Basics
Jpn_hanna gets us to the starting point in our journey of learning Japanese with daily kana! She includes the stroke order, direction, useful vocabulary and totally kawaii drawings for each. This is how many textbooks teach hiragana and katakana, so you're getting a great deal getting it through your Instagram feed!
What's Next? Vocab!
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Nihongo_Japanese really packs a punch with its Instagram, providing three daily posts about kanji, vocabulary and a recording of a native speaker's pronunciation. As with any language, there's a lot of vocab to learn before you can start making sentences or having full conversations, and this will help people of all levels!
Let's Learn Sentences!
Many language learners agree that putting together words and images help immensely, but Renshuu_org really goes the extra mile with its cute, colorful mascot, Kao-chan, acting the scene out. They also include the kanji, furigana (kana superscript) and translation of the main vocab. Doesn't Kao-chan's determined face just make you want to study?!
A Little of Everything
Last but not least is Japan_and_japanese, which offers a smorgasbord of learning options, from kanji and conjugations to fun facts about Japan and location shots to remind you why you're learning Japanese in the first place!
Sometimes the road is bumpy and can seem long, but Japan is always there to inspire you to keep plugging away. These Instagram accounts are sure to remind you to study often and to keep the new information fresh in your mind! Ganbatte ne! (Good luck!)