Japanese Language

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For centuries the Japanese language existed solely as an oral language that was never written down. While the characters are similar to that of the Chinese language, the language itself is very different. The Japanese language uses three different writing systems and also has three different levels of formality. While that may seem complicated, the language does not use plurals or articles, and you can make a complete sentence using only verbs. Luckily, most major cities and attractions also use the English language, so it is easy to get around during your stay.