“ I had to work late at Red Rocks Community College teaching. I will try again next time. ”
— Daniel M. on Sep 14, 2014.
“ Phenomenal! Great fun. Thanks so much. ”
— Barbara Vande B. on Jun 23, 2014.
“ There was a nice mix of ages and experience levels and the group was kind and welcoming. ”
— Dori on Apr 29, 2014.
“ Very nice to meet you all ! Thank you! Arigatou gozaimasita. ありがとうございました。 ”
— Satomi on Aug 25, 2013.
“ Great! All nice people. There were many native speakers in attendance as well. ”
— Matt on Jan 13, 2013.
“ Great! ”
— ShokoMajors on Jan 13, 2013.
“ Twelve people had originally signed up, but several of them decided not to come within one day before we actually met. But I enjoyed talking to the people who did come. There was a couple there who had lived through the tsunami in Sendai last year. They themselves were not hurt. I felt very much at ease speaking Japanese for the two hours of the meeting. Jared, Eddie, Allison, Chris, and Travis all RSVP'd yes, but none of them came. I hope that more people will come to the next one. Woodson Taylor Your Fujisan cooordinator ”
— Woodson T. on Sep 10, 2012.
“ I had a great time & i'll go agin. ”
— Derek Z. on May 24, 2010.
“ The more people who join, the more varied activites we can do. Also, those who are more proficient in Japanese can help those who are beginners at the language. ”
— Woodson T. on May 24, 2010.
“ If you have an interest in learning Japanese, self teaching will only go so far, which is why its a good idea to join this group. ”
— Jason on Dec 15, 2009.
“ The meetups are successes. We are able to practice speaking and listening skills, learn from each other's experiences, socialize, and have fun. Anyone interested in having a good time while learning nihongo should definitely attend. ”
— James on Jun 27, 2009.
“ Everyone is very friendly and happy to help. There's a wide range of skill levels, which means even those who barely know how to say hello won't be sitting there confused and alone. ”
— Krystl on Apr 4, 2009.
“ There is a great diversity of levels here, so whether you are just starting to learn Japanese, have studied for a while, or even if you are Japanese and want to practice your English, it is a good place to come and learn from each other ”
— Brandon on Oct 12, 2008.
“ To get a good mix of several levels of Japanese speakers. ”
— Julie on Sep 28, 2008.
“ Anybody interested in practicing Japanese should jump right on in. ”
— Grant on Sep 8, 2008.
“ It's a good opportunity to meet people who have some common sense. I like it. Don't hesitate to show up!! You can find something new rather than studying boring books. ”
— Ayako on Sep 7, 2008.