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Asa Bhanu Japan Center(ABJC)

Asa Bhanu Japan Center is part of Asa Bhanu Technical Services Ltd., and was established with the desire to promote relations between Japan and India. This Center functions as a non-profit Center. The center offers a single point source to serve the people of India and Japan to foster relations in various fields. The Center was inaugurated on 7th October,1999 by the Consulate General of Japan, Chennai Mr. Ryuichi Ish.      Read more..
 
Japanese Language or Nihongo :

As they call Nihongo in their language is the native language of the majority of the more than 100 million inhabitants of the Japanese archipelago, including the Ryuku islands and significant numbers of Japanese immigrants in other countries, especially in North and South America. Japanese is spoken as a second language by many Chinese and Korean residents of Japan.    Read more..

Japanese Learning System

Japanese Learning Portal is a complete resource for learning Japanese online. This portal provides basic Learning and contain different Lessons. This contains Japanese alphabets, Numerals and Greetings.This contains vocabulary, Grammar and Lesson along with Voices. This Portal Provides very efficient way of learning Japanese through Pictures, voices.    

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Japanese Language:

      Japanese language is easy to use as a spoken language, especially the colloquial language. Japanese pronunciation is un-complicated and words are pronounced as they are written and is straight forward. Japanese is written with a combination of 3 scripts. It will take a while to Master Kanji, but the children normally are taught from the first two scripts

1. Hiragana: This is a phoenitic scripts with 46 characters. This script is mainly used for particles, prepositions and for non kanji words. Children’s books are usually written in Hiragana and slowly they are introduced to Kanji characters, as they grow.

2. Katakana: This script also has some phoenitic sound with 46 characters, which is used for foreign words borrowed from other languagesfor instance curry, pasta, beer etc are written in Katakana.

3. Kanji: This is a pictorial script. Kanji has abouThis is a pictorial script. Kanji has about 5000 characters and these characters are either used alone or in combination which forms words. These characters are derived from Chinese language.
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                                      Japanese Language

Japanese is written with a combination of 3 scripts. It will take a while to Master Kanji, but the children normally are taught from the first two scripts.

Hiragana : This is a phoenitic scripts with 46 characters. This script is mainly used for particles, prepositions and for non kanji words. Children’s books are usually written in Hiragana and slowly they are introduced to Kanji characters, as they grow.
Katakana : This script also has some phoenitic sound with 46 characters, which is used for foreign words borrowed from other languages for instance curry, pasta, beer etc are written in Katakana.
Kanji : This is a pictorial script. Kanji has about 5000 characters and these characters are either used alone or in combination which forms words. These characters are derived from Chinese language.





                                      Asa Bhanu Japan Center(ABJC)

Our Objectives :

To serve as a single point source to foster bilateral relationship between people of India and Japan.
Promote Japanese culture amongst the people of India.
To popularize Japanese by organizing language courses to all those interested.
Conduct the Japanese Management courses.
Translation services.
To act as bridge between counter parts of Japan and India for promoting relations in the fields of Technology and culture.
Special workshops to promote Japanese culture.
Japanese atmosphere with people who have experienced staying and working in Japan for very long time.



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