Heisig Trick for Understanding Japanese Groceries

Shopping in Japanese supermarkets can be daunting because you can’t read Kanji. You won’t know much about what’s in the food, or anything. I personally dont’ eat Pork or Beef, and today I figured out how to read “Ingredients” on food packaging to make sure I don’t pickup the wrong things. The kanji for “goods” and the Kanji for “name” are right beside each other on the back of everything. I can’t pronounce them, but now I know where to look for ingredients!

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