Getting fluent in Japanese

As an enthusiast of Japanese cars or Japan in general, I am sure you want to visit or live in Japan sometime in your life. For this it will be very useful to understand and speak Japanese. As a person who is more science oriented, learning languages was a never one of my strong points. Though, I have been able to become fluent in Japanese in quite a short time, so let me explain you how I did it. I hope it will help you.

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Honda S2000

You probably know that the Japanese manufacturers keep the best versions of their car models for themselves. Always wanted to know about the versions that Honda made only for the Japanese market? Then search no further than this page.

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Bandai-Azuma Skyline

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A very noticable mountain visible from Fukushima city is Azuma-Kofuji, a collapsed volcano. Along this mountain is a Skyline road of which the end points are near Fukushima city and Aizuwakamatsu city. The Bandai-Azuma Skyline, that is what the road is called, is must-drive route as it serves you with magnificent scenery, great nature spots and some amazing viewpoints.

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Suzuki Alto Works

The Alto has been Suzuki’s entry model for a long time now. With its low price and running costs it is a popular vehicle still today. Though being an economy car, there have been several performance versions over the years. The most famous and top of the line being the Alto Works.

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Japan car inspection

Same as many other countries, Japan has a inspection to which cars are regularly subject to. For a new vehicle, the first vehicle inspection is 3 years after the first registration. From there onwards, every two years an inspection is necessary. Japan is the country of convenience so the majority of people are giving their car to garage and let them take care of the “Shaken”, as it is called in Japanese. But did you know you can do it by yourself?!

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