People call me Frank, I’ve been interested in Japanese stuff since middle school, but I started learning Japanese like 4-5 years ago as a hobby. Since then, I’ve been continuously polishing my Japanese.
Since it’s my first project, and neither my Japanese nor English is native, please bear with my works. While I hope that my translations’ accuracy will not disappoint you, if you happen to notice any contradictions or anything that looks or sounds weird (except for anything that is English related), feel free to tell me.
As for the frequency of updates, it will depend on whether I’ll be busy or not. But if things go smoothly, I should be able to deliver to you fast.
Right now, I’m looking for someone who can create and maintain a facebook/twiter public page, as well as a good/decent designer for my blog . So if there’s anyone interested to help me with that, feel free to leave a pm or sent me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your attention 😀
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