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Interactive video lesson plan for: The Hottest Spot For Tourists in Tokyo: Nakamise Dori - Risa’s Vlog

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Discover the main street of Asakusa district in Tokyo: Nakamise Street! Watch this free 3 min lesson to learn how to ask where something is https://goo.gl/9LKcuz ↓ Learn how below ↓

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In this video Risa introduces you Nakamise Dori, a 250 meter shopping street and the most touristic place in Tokyo, Japan. You’ll learn more about Japanese souvenirs and traditional food. After watching this video you’ll get a better understanding of Japanese culture!


Risa expresses herself in simple Japanese with English subtitles. This video challenges your listening comprehension skills and helps you to get started in your Japanese study. This is the fastest, easiest and best way to pick up basic Japanese.

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