As Nakanishi Yusuke begins his new job at the Best Beauty Body Lingerie Company, little does he know that he is about to find himself in the center of a ring of business and sexual intrigue. Charged to disrupt and eliminate the cohorts of an opposing faction, Nakanishi thrusts himself on the prowl after three of his sexy co-workers around whom this sex drama spirals.



What are the best anime for learning Japanese?



Like the others have already said, anime isn't really "the best" learning source material you can find for learning "the Japanese language" but.......
I can't say it can't be helpful, but only when you start viewing it as a learning material and try and "study" the dialogues (as unrealistic as they can be, it can help with the "language structure" I guess) because after all, they ARE speaking Japanese and not some alienated language (as alianated as their speech patterns can be) I can vouch for learning from anime "if you are a qualified self learning" person, as in, you see an opportunity for learning in almost anything and everything. And also, like Sean Yamasaki said "Japanese is better as a written language, it is easier to learn when you are reading off of it, not hearing." Reading can help you miles more than watching anime, maybe pick your favorite manga (or manga volume) and try and find it in Japanese, there are plenty of Japanese stores that sell Japanese manga on Amazon (trust me on this, I have bought me some manga from there*) you can also find Japanese "novels" on Amazon, which I'm imagining can be way more helpful, but only if or "when" you actually know what you're doing xP (still getting there myself ^^;) But yeah, in short, anime can be helpful if you're a person with a mindset of "learning from every opportunity" other than that, you'd be wasting some valuable "study time" you could have spent actually studying ;p I also recommend YouTube! You wouldn't be so surprised as the number of Japanese YouTubers is quite increasing by the day so.......
Yeah, you can find anything these days, from sort of vloggers to gamers to singers/musicians you name it (not as variant as the westerners but still a good amount of them) admittedly a lot of them can seem like idiots with a camera and a free time, but then again, it's YouTube we're talking about here! xD personally, I always watch a YouTuber called "MasuoTv" he seems like the most "normal" one out there, and more importantly he "speaks" kinda the most natural, It's been very helpful for me watching his videos (there is the case of his friend Dante however, unless there were "subtitles" from Masuo himself, i literally can not understand a word he says for some reason!) anyway, yeah, YouTube, very helpful as well. *i recommend a store called Anime+ they have almost anything! cause if you plan on buying multiple products (any manga/anime/Japan related products) it'd be more helpful to buy them from the same store as you get a chance of "less shipping costs" and you know how much that matters ;D


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