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NEW ART AND LIMITED PAINTINGS COMING
We launched in late 2017 with our first book to learn the basics of Japanese. The book was notified of good reviews. That’s why we give our best to offer you new innovative creations. New books on kana and kanji but also art and paintings will be released soon. Here, we have the chance to make our dreams come true thanks to you. We would like to express our gratitude.
Support the FTK project, a methodology book to learn the basics of Japanese : the kana (hiragana and katakana). Mixing martial arts philosophy, pedagogy, humor and the learning of Japanese writing, this method will give you the basics of Japanese writing and reading. Learn easily each new character with the help of a mnemonic drawing but also your first words in Japanese. Recommended for young and old.
We take care to create innovative works that are true to what we love. Martial arts, underground and artistic environment, philosophy and Japanese culture are our bases. So we try to make our audience travel in vast and varied universes: between buidlings and Japanese tradition, the bright colors of sakura flowers or on the boxing ring in sweat. We hope that our books, paintings and others stuff will transport you to an another world.
Learn Japanese… Why do you want to learn Japanese?
Does the Japanese language seem complicated to you? Choose a fun and educational method in English, French or Spanish! Discover Japanese writing in all simplicity, page by page with original examples, hundreds of illustrations, anecdotes about Japan and exclusive mnemonics. Each hiragana or katakana will also teach you a new word to use in your Japanese practice.
Why choose between two scripts when you can learn everything? Each of the Japanese syllabaries is important to learn how to read and write the Japanese language. Writing in katakana allows you to read words coming from a foreign language while writing in hiragana allows you to read each furigana above the kanji, those Japanese ideograms as well as words of Japanese origin. So, you have no excuse to start well.