Engineer, Industrial Translator, Blogger
I’m Masaki Mori. I’ve been working for an engineering company as a plant engineer and industrial translator for more than ten years. I started this blog as my own side project in 2017.
Please feel free to contact me 🙂
Why did I start this blog?
When I worked together with my foreign colleagues, I realized that our languages were mirrors reflecting ourselves: the things which we could easily explain with our mother tongues were strongly related to our ways of thinking. Then, I started to think about spreading the Japanese way of thinking and sharing the Japanese culture by teaching the language. Finally, I decided to start my own blog, Japanese Particles Master. Now, I’m always trying to explain words in as much detail as possible to help Japanese learners understand the concepts behind.
What are my goals?
My goals are to spread the Japanese culture and to bring it to the next generation through the language.
Unfortunately, the number of Japanese native speakers is decreasing. This means that the size of the mirror reflecting the Japanese culture is getting smaller as well.
I love the Japanese culture. I want to bring it to the next generation. Teaching the Japanese language on this blog is one way to reach my goals. I believe that my passion will help people to feel the Japanese culture through the language.