Trouble Learning Japanese: Answers to Common Problems and Concerns

Chapter IV:  Common Questions and Frustrations About Studying Japanese

You’ll probably have lots of questions about learning Japanese.  How long does it take to learn Japanese?  Can I become fluent in Japanese in 3 months?  What if I’m too shy to speak to anyone?

In chapter 4 of the best way to learn Japanese guide, we’ll answer some of the most common questions people have.  We’ll also give you tips and advice on how to overcome obstacles and frustrations while learning Japanese.

If you have any questions you would like answer, send us an e-mail or leave a comment down below.  Good luck with your studies!


Common Concerns about Learning Japanese

How to Practice Speaking Japanese Alone

How to Speak to People in Japanese if You’re Shy


Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)

How to Pass the JLPT N2 (Or Any Level) on Your First Try


Chapter V:  The Best Resources for Learning Japanese

In chapter V of this guide, we’ll list all of the resources we have used to learn Japanese.  They are very useful to improve your Japanese, so be sure to check it out!

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The Best Way to Learn Japanese Chapters

Chapter I:  The Learning Japanese Formula

Chapter II:  What You Should Study to Learn Japanese

Chapter III:  5 Steps to Be Successful Learning Japanese

Chapter IV:  Troubleshooting – Answering Common Problems When Learning Japanese

Chapter V:  The Best Resources for Learning Japanese

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Dallen Nakamura

Dallen was born and raised in Hawaii and never had a passport until he was 24. His first trip outside of the US was to Japan. He loved it so much that when he got back home, he immediately quit his job and moved to Japan without a plan. While he loves the people and culture of Japan, his true love is food. He is convinced that Japan has the best food in the world and is slowly eating his way around the world to prove it.

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