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The London Japanese Language Meetup

  • Feb 11, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Again we will have this at 19-20 Hanover Street (near Oxford Circus). The English Japanese language meetup is on the second Tuesday of each month, ground floor at the Slug and Lettuce Pub.


日英ミートアップパーティー ~定期イベントのお知らせ~  英会話を練習したい方/ロンドンで友達を作りたい方/日本語を勉強している外国人達と知り合いたい方, 好例の毎月第二火曜日のミートアップにいらっしゃいませんか。どうぞお気軽にご参加下さい! 次のイベントは:


場所: 冰The Slug and Lettuceの1階, 19-20 Hanover Street, London, W1S 1YR
最寄駅:地下鉄Oxford Circus駅もしくはBond Street駅
備考: 参加費無料。予約不要。お気軽にお立ちより下さい。

The event is from 19:00 to 23:00. It's close to Oxford Circus, Just off Regents St. There is good space to chat to people in Japanese and English. It is very informal and there is a friendly crowd.

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  • Benjamin K.

    2nd time at the slug and lettuce. This time I knew dozens of people already, which was great. However, I found it a little stressful after a hard days of work to constantly bounce between groups of people and it never really amounts to anything substantial. Yes, I've made a remarkable amount of new friends, more than 30 in one month. But tonight I asked myself: what's the point of this?! We need more smaller meetups and more interesting things to do than just drinking at the pub. ;)

    1 · February 11, 2014

    • Paul

      Hey Benjamin, basically the size is what the group has grown into. I always manage to get some good Japanese practice in but it's just getting familiar with what works for you. With two kids, hectic work and a band there's no way I can resource smaller Meetups, though I am trying to keep a regular Pipeline event going as well. There are plenty of smaller groups out there though which you've probably heard of (I should be going to one on Monday as well if you are interested). Cheers, Paul

      February 13, 2014

  • Eureka S.

    Dear Paul,
    Unfortunately, I'm still tie up at work, all have wonderful time. Domo Arigatou :-)

    February 11, 2014

  • Nick C.

    I hadn't heard about this group until tonight. It's a shame I won't be able to make this one, but I'll look forward to coming next time!

    February 11, 2014

  • rasel

    Are we going to have this meet up today??

    February 11, 2014

    • Paul

      Er.... Yes

      2 · February 11, 2014

  • Rubén Castilla S.


    February 11, 2014

  • Akemi S.

    I have to teach on Tuesday. I like teaching Japanese language and culture. I think that people who like Japan are very nice. Akemi

    1 · February 9, 2014

  • Domo N.

    JPOP PARTY THIS 8TH FEBRUARY @The Library Pub, 235 Upper Street, Islington, N1 2RU


    3 · February 1, 2014

    • Paul

      Sounds like a great night!

      1 · February 4, 2014

  • Eureka S.

    Whoop ! Look forward joining this group.

    1 · February 3, 2014

  • Andy E.

    Look forward to it as always!

    1 · January 29, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

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    The example is this

    In the video, Shuzo Matsuoka, ex-Japanese tennis player is shouting "Akiramennayo" meaning never give up. This video clip is not meant for learning, but I thought it would be a fun way to learn Japanese if it was divided into meaningful steps with pronunciation and meanings annotated.

    I am wondering if you guys know any Japanese (potentially funny) YouTube videos good for learning Japanese, so that I can make more of these.

    Hope this is not so spammy post, but rather can help your Japanese learning (and if you are reddit user, would be really great if you can upvote at



    2 · January 24, 2014

  • Nadeem

    I am in interested in Japanese culture :)

    January 18, 2014

  • Stephen

    はじめまして! スティーブです. I look forward to meeting you all.

    January 12, 2014

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