How do you use Twitter to learn Japanese?

In an effort to further promote public opinion on NihongoUp, I’m now going to conduct, every once in a while, Twitter surveys on Japan and Japanese language. The best answers will then be featured on this blog. In the first edition, I asked how you use Twitter to learn Japanese. Here are the the few answers I’ve got!

Stuart Hicks, a game development student planning to go to Japan, is using Twitter to learn new vocabulary reading Japanese language tweets with rikaikun.

Ramen Fanatic uses Twitter to stay updated on latest Japan-related articles and test himself reading Japanese language tweets.

For Kaori Hana Ahiko, Twitter is the place to share newly learned vocabulary with each other.

Last, but not least, CrAcKeRs uses Twitter as a place to talk to native speakers.

Thank you everyone for your contributions! If you haven’t had a chance to share your opinion, please leave a comment below. Also, if you would like to join the conversation, follow NihongoUp on Twitter.