Utilize your Anime time to pick up Japanese words.
The answer is not that simple. To enjoy anime without translated subtitles, one would need a basic understanding of Japanese, around JLPT N4-N3, or have completed Genki I/II. From what I can tell, rather than trying to learn Japanese through Anime, quite a number of people want to learn Japanese for Anime.
Back in 2017 when I completed Persona 5 in Japanese, I was blown away at how many Japanese expressions I learned throughout the game. My speed in skimming through in-game dialog and text also improved noticeably.
A lot of people use language exchange apps like HelloTalk to talk to Japanese people, but I prefer playing games and talking casually with Japanese people. It’s completely free, less awkward, and you don’t have to teach them English in return.
Go to openrec.tv and look at the most streamed multiplayer games. Dead by daylight, Apex Legends, Among Us, Splatoon 2. Monster Hunter is also pretty active on Twitter. Personally I have only played Apex and Splatoon 2 with other Japanese players but your interests may vary.
This is super important. A new Japanese twitter account without a single latin character in your name, bio, and tweets. There’s no need to mention your location, your real name, or what you look like in real life. Make up a Japanese name. Don’t overthink this. Use a common anime name like あや or an everyday object. I know people named ラーメン or even 電子レンジ. Look at other Japanese gaming twitter accounts and copy them. Keep your bio simple so you make less mistakes. …
On your Mac/PC, install AltStore.
Once AltStore is installed, you will see a diamond shaped icon on the top right of your activity ray (bottom right for Windows).
Connect your phone to your computer with a cable. Click on the diamond shaped icon and install AltStore on your phone.
Thanks to community effort, we can programmatically access Nintendo Switch App’s API at zero cost. This allows us to build apps capable of communicating with games connected to Nintendo Switch Online (NSO), as well as getting user information like games played and playtime.
By training models in Google’s Teachable Machine to learn our gestures, we could swing our hands or make a face to send the corresponding reaction command to Animal Crossing’s API.
The NSO app on the phone allows us to send reaction commands to the game. By using a tool called mitmproxy, we could know what requests are sent from our phone and simulate the reaction command.
brew install mitmproxy
pip install mitmproxy.
With your phone connected to the same internet as your computer, visit http://mitm.it/ and install the certificate. …
With Yomichan, you can effortlessly add Japanese words and kanji to your Anki decks for review later.
Yomichan is probably the best Chrome plugin I have used to date. Long gone are the days of copywriting flashcards onto spreadsheets and migrating them to Anki. With Yomichan, you can easily click on a word and add them to your Anki deck for review.
If you have Chrome installed, you can directly install the Yomichan extension at the Chrome store. Once installed, relaunch Chrome, and head to Settings > Extensions > Yomichan > Extension Options.
Here you can enable audio, pick your dictionary, and integrate Anki. …
Access SplatNet on Your Desktop without mitmproxy or manually modifying browser cookies.
You can download the Desktop Client here https://github.com/mathewthe2/splatnet-desktop/releases
This will be the file structure for this app.
│ ├── loading.html
│ ├── logging-in.html
When the user first opens the application, they will be directed to a Nintendo Login Page by the logic in login.js. Once they log in and connect their account, they will see a logging-in message in logging-in.html while nso.js retrieves the tokens and cookies required to access SplatNet. Upon closing and reopening the application, SplatNet will be loaded using the tokens stored in the system through stores.js and the loading.html …
Set up a free python server so Nightbot can tell Twitch chat your SplatNet Information such as your match KDs, ranks, and more.
For this guide we are going to use the free tier of Repl.it with Uptime Robot to ensure the server is constantly running. If you want to create hidden repos, you will have to upgrade to the $5 plan, but for paid plans I recommend Pythonanywhere or Digital Ocean (which offer $5 plans with a lot more features like always on). We will host our database on MongoDB Atlas to store our Nintendo Session Tokens and Stat.ink …