Thanks to @hata_nami, one of our followers for putting this video together. He is a native Japanese speaker, and shows us some homonyms.
There is a very slight difference in tone which isn’t very easy to pick up. For example, the word for bridge and chopsticks is “hashi”.
Of course, the kanji is different 橋 & 箸 respectively, but the tone varies slightly. Watch the video to see if you can tell the differences!
— 🇯🇵хатанами🇷🇺 (@hata_nami) December 11, 2017
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