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Normal Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea

Learn Japanese with Anime: “Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea” (Intermediate Level)

Overall, there are classic terms such as “Holy Fire” (Mitamabi) and “Hatsubi” (Tomoebi), so even Japanese people feel somewhat difficult. There are a lot of terms related to the sea, because the sea is the stage. In addition, adult lines will have high-level honorifics and difficult dialects, so you will find it difficult to listen to Japanese.

Hard Guilty Crown

Learn Japanese with Anime: “Guilty Crown” (Advanced Level)

As you might expect, a variety of military terms such as weapons ammunition, battles, and operations appear, and there are many terms and lines that are difficult for political relations in adult conversations. This anime can only be recommended for advanced Japanese learners who like political dramas and political struggles.

Normal Shuffle!

Learn Japanese with Anime: “Shuffle!” (Intermediate Level)

Although the Japanese level of this anime is advanced, it is not because there are many fantasy terms, but because there are many phrases and idioms peculiar to Japanese (of course there are many terms related to romance, but that is not bad as a material for learning. )

Hard Angel Beats!

Learn Japanese with Anime: “Angel Beats!” (Advanced Level)

Most of the daily conversations are based on student life, but Japanese-specific phrases and idioms frequently appear. From the perspective of learning Japanese, students and youth speak the majority of the lines, and it is fortunate for Japanese learners that honorifics and slang do not appear.

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