Community Groups

Community Groups are a fun way to join other people who share similar interests with you. Start practicing your Japanese by writing in their discussion forums. Create study groups to talk about new lessons you've learned.

アニメ・漫画 (Anime/Manga)

We like anime. You might do too. Oh? Of course you do! In this group you're welcome to discuss newly opened series, recently aired episodes, upcoming series, and news. And of course, anything else that concerns anime. Manga discussion also welcome!  Stay civilised, keep your cool. Don't ruin the fun. Make sure to warn of spoilers where applicable. Discussion of adult (18+) content not permitted. よろしくね!

Newcomer Group

This information is still being modified Just starting out on Nihongo Master? Want to know a little bit more about the community? Then this group might be for you! Talk with fellow upcoming Nihongo Masters or come to introduce yourself. You can also join the chatroom if you want to directly talk with other people, but don't worry if you don't get a response immediately. People tend to wander off and idle or AFK while in chat. Please keep in mind that chat is for everyone and for all ages. If people talk J...

MargaretMorris
3 days ago
Replied to the topic ....

JLPT N5 Study Group

Are you studying for the JLPT N5?  This group is for you! The JLPT is the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the N5 is the first level test you take. Here is a study list of words and kanji for the N5 For more information about the JLPT N5 Exam, visit the JLPT homepage.

kuma
3 months ago
Replied to the topic Help me translate this

The Joyo Kanji Challenge

Join us as we learn all 2,136 Joyo Kanji in six months or less. All the details regarding the challenge schedule and how to learn using the tools on Nihongo Master can be found at this blog post. If you are a member, you are encouraged to create your own topic describing your progress. がんばってください!

phamyen
3 weeks ago
Replied to the topic Can people tell me the basic Kanji

Learn Japanese Event Group [Reika]

Hi all! This is Réka (Reika) from Learn Japanese, a Facebook group made by learners for other learners. It is a freindly place where we not only exchange experiences in our adventures of learning Japanese, but also make freinds and help each other practice.  I have been learning Japanese for the past 2 years (actively for about 1 year, though due to work as a native English language teacher), and have just sucessfully passed my N4 JLPT in December 2013. I am now aiming for the N3 this year as well as practi...

Mitsuki
9 months ago
Replied to the topic Introductions [English or Japnese]

favorite Japanese artist

talk about your favorite japanese artist may it be HYDE , GACKT, MIYAVI, or any other band BUT one rule they MUST be japanese ;D have fun ^^ and feel free to defend your favorite ;D

Danish99
1 year ago
Replied to the topic Johnny's

Old Folks

This is a group for Japanese language learners outside of the high school age-bracket and even those past the typical college-age bracket as well.( ages 30+)My name is Lauren, I am 31. I hope I am not the only old person on Nihongo Master! If not, may my fellow "old fogies" join me :) Let's talk about things we can relate to, and amongst those close to our own age so we don't feel like weirdos!

JLPT N4 Study Group

Are you studying for the JLPT N4? This group is for you! The JLPT is the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the N4 is the second level test you take. Here is a study list of words and kanji on the JLPT N4.   For more information about the JLPT N4 Exam, visit the JLPT homepage.

Vlad
4 months ago
Replied to the topic JLPT N4 LONDON

Mangaka Group

 A place for aspiring manga artists to share work and talk about manga.

Liske
1 year ago
Replied to the topic introduce your self

JLPT N3 Study Group

Are you studying for the JLPT N3? This group is for you! The JLPT is the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the N4 is the second level test you take. Here is a study list of words and kanji in the JLPT N3. For more information about the JLPT N3 Exam, visit the JLPT homepage.