Japanese Bubble Bath

Learn Japanese, Pop Bubbles, and Have Fun

How cool would it be to learn some Japanese?

Learn Japanese Words and phrases

Have you ever wanted to learn Japanese but don’t have the time or patience? With the help of this Japanese language learning game, picking up Japanese words and phrases will be fun and easy.

Imagine visiting Tokyo and speaking in the native tongue. Image being able to read manga that has not been translated or watch Japanese anime in its original sound. Imagine being able to identify kanji (or the Japanese character alphabet).

Japanese Bubble Bath includes 630 Japanese words divided into 63 challenging categories. Just tap on a bubble, hear the word spoken by a native speaker, and select the translation to pop the balloon.

This Japanese game support both online and offline play, so you don’t need a constant internet connection and can play wherever you are.

Whether you are an intermediate Japanese student, or a beginner who plans on travelling to Japan and want to learn Japanese by yourself, this game can help you. It includes easy words and phrases. You can quiz yourself on all langauge categories.

Choose from 63 language categories, including . . .
— Numbers
— Animals
— Body Parts
— Colors
— Sizes
— Verbs
— Travel
— Time
— Person Nouns
— Adjectives
— Food
— Useful Phrases

It’s time to learn.

Japanese Bubble Bath features original artwork by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It features vocal work by Rieah Masubuchi. It is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.

Here’s how Japanese Bubble Bath is Doing

We love transparency, so we’ll show you how well Japanese Bubble Bath is doing in the app store (even when it’s not that impressive yet). Here’s some recent download stats from Google Play, the Apple App Store and the Amazon App Store

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