Imagine a land that is similar to Facebook, but with more yellow pigment added to the blue, turning everything a vivid green. Then, imagine this land as an exclusive club available only to those with smartphones. These people live in a place called LINE, and they share inside jokes, send each other ridiculous stickers, and play games among themselves. Oh, and did I mention this magical place known as LINE is actually real?

LINE is a chat-based app that has become the highest-grossing social networking application in the world (mostly through the sale of emoticon-like stickers). LINE has gained popularity in Japan due to already mentioned (but very cute) stickers, chat-centered format, and picky friend-adding system that encourages privacy. So long as you have a cell phone you can join this rich and fruitful social land.

A long time ago Koichi wrote a post about Mixi and using it to study Japanese. One of the problems was that Mixi is a closed social network. You also had to have a Japanese cell phone email to join, making it hard to get in without jumping through the ever-changing loopholes. LINE is a much better social network for real Japanese study, and we’ll get into that in a minute. First, let’s open our history (e-)books.

How LINE Lined Up From Lines


After the Tohoku earthquake, the Japanese phone services were not working very well. I myself was in Japan at the time and remember trying to call my host family from school, but the phone lines (haha) were so clogged that I and countless others couldn’t get a dial tone for hours, even days after the incident. To make post-disaster communication easier, the Japanese branch of the Korean NHN corporation instigated a mobile application where people could use data or wifi to make free calls and texts. They named it LINE because during natural disasters, pay phones have been the most reliant way to contact your loved ones, where there are always long lines outside of them. It looks like LINE took some inspiration from the Japanese pay phone as well. Notice the bright green? The coincidence is a little too blinding to ignore.


Fast forward a couple of years. LINE now has 160 million users worldwide and is the number one free app in Japan and many other Asian countries. To put this in perspective, Instagram announced last Thursday that they have 130 million users, yet they launched in October 2010, which is two years before LINE came into existence. That’s incredibly fast growth.

So what is it that makes LINE so popular? Why do they have so many users if it’s just a chat application?

How LINE Works

line stuff
The pink is just one of many soon-to-come customizable themes!

Line is chat-based, so you don’t have to worry about other people seeing those long, strange conversations that you have with your friend on your status like on Facebook. You can only register with a smartphone, ipod, or tablet, and you can have one account per device. However, once you register on your phone, you can download the app onto your Mac or Windows computer and access your account through there as well. You can add friends by user ID, scanning a qr code, or a shake function if you’re with the person irl (that’s “in real life” for those of you who don’t know). From there, chats, free calls through data or wifi, and fun downloadable related apps that connect with your LINE account await you!

One distinguishing chat feature is the group chat option. Once you create a group (of up to 100 people), you can communicate either through chat or through the chat group’s bulletin board. I’m included in groups for friends, classes, clubs, and even one where we just send each other pictures of what we’re eating. Once someone has read your message, a “read by” and “time” message pops up to let you know that your message has been seen. Now you can actually know whether someone is ignoring you or not! (′ʘ⌄ʘ‵)

LINE chats 2

You can also customize the chat background wallpapers for each individual chat! (Challenge mode- for each friend, change the wallpaper to the most unflattering picture of them that you can find.)

LINE’S Fun (And Addicting) Features – There’s Something for Everyone!

All that being said, it’s just a chat application with friends, right? How did something so simple and boring become such a huge phenomenon?

Those of you who use LINE will know that it’s not just chat, it’s so much more. They are feeding you crack under the table, slowly making you dependent and addicted to the service. It’s actually quite a lot of fun and has grown a great deal since its post-earthquake days. Sometimes, it’s those are little features within the chat, like being able to see when a message was read, and the ability to send audio messages, videos, and Japanese-style emoticons that get you. ❤(◕‿◕✿)  (ʘ‿ʘ )ノ✿

Here are some other extra-special in-chat and out-of-chat features. If the little features didn’t get you, at least one of these will cater to your individual personality needs.

For the Bad With Words


Say you’re chatting with your friend. After searching deep within yourself to identify your emotions, you just can’t find the words to express your feelings.

Don’t worry! LINE has you covered! Just look through your stickers (basically huge emoticons that send one at a time instead of text) and send one of those. Sometimes whole conversations can be comprised of just stickers (although they usually don’t make much sense).

When you join LINE, you get 3 packs of default stickers for free. These are your essentials, and feature the LINE-original characters who are becoming iconic in Japan. Those stickers are great, but if you are yearning for more, there are tons more stickers that you can buy in the shop. Some are LINE originals and some are characters that you already know and love, like Hello Kitty, Stitch, Nameko, and Ojarumaru. New ones come out every week too (I’m holding out for a Kobitodukan set)! If you live in Japan, limited edition free sticker sets come out every once in a while, but not in most other parts of the world.

For the Gamer

line games

If you’re less of a chatterer and more of a gamer, you can still be social and play games with your friends on LINE. From the “more” section on the app, you can find a jumble of fun/addicting games that fit whatever kind of game preference you have. Most of the games are one-play arcade type games that have a certain amount of plays every few hours. When you run out, you can use in-game or out-of-game money to buy new plays, or you can receive and gift free plays to and from friends within the game. I hear this is the future of WaniKani, where you’ll have to pay for more reviews and your Crabigator friends can give you free review sessions (I’m just kidding, of course).

For the Narcissist


A LINE app for the creative narcissistic is the LINE Camera. LINE camera acts as your basic photo editing app, plus purikura-like extras. There are stamps, effects, and brushes available for free and for sale. Make yourself cute, or just make yourself strange like my example above. Your choice.

For the Rest

In addition to Camera are apps like LINE Card (which sends greeting cards) and LINE brush, which is just a fun drawing app. LINE seems to be getting their fingers into everything, but why not when you’re making oodles of yen from your enthusiastic and novelty-hungry userbase.

But What About My Japanese Studies?

Since there’s no way to look for people by real name or look at friends of friends, things may be kind of lonely for those of you without friends on LINE already. One particular LINE-affiliated app, LINE Cafe, is here to rescue you! It can rescue you from your solitude, plus, you can use it to practice your Japanese. How? Well, LINE Cafe is a forum and message board app, where you can meet people from all over who have the same interests as you.

Much like using Twitter to study Japanese by following Japanese tweeters, you can join boards in LINE Cafe to practice both reading and writing. Not to mention that some of these boards are specifically for language study, so people will be a little more forgiving there.

line cafe

From there, you can meet Japanese LINE users and exchange IDs! Or just ask any young person in Japan- they probably have a LINE account.

LINE chat 1

If you’re a fan of Japanese musicians, TV shows, or brands (so many brands), you can also follow official accounts which will send you direct messages with information and updates, kind of like fan newsletters. Also, when they decide to turn their incoming messages on, you can actually talk to the famous person on the other end, or so I’ve heard (I’ve yet to actually see this happen).

After you’ve found your group or person to practice your Japanese with, it’s just a matter of doing it. Whether this is taking part in conversations, reading, or grabbing things to study for later in Evernote, iKnow, or something else, it’s up to you. Mainly, though, LINE is going to be a great way to get interested enough to force yourself to read and practice. It’s all a matter of finding what interests you, though.

Where LINE Is Heading


Picture from the Line Official Blog

(Apparently it’s heading down a railroad track in Taiwan)

In July of 2012, a timeline function was introduced to LINE, turning the app into a real Facebook lookalike, and possibly a competitor. In fact, active Japanese Facebook users went from 17 million to 13 million in the past six months, many of them making the switch to LINE and its more simple platform. I don’t think that LINE will replace Facebook globally, as Americans love their Facebook, but it has definitely taken over Japan in a very short period of time. Because most people in Japan use the internet through their phones rather than computers, an app-based SNS just seems to make more sense than a web-based one!


Most Japanese people who I asked said that they liked LINE because mostly because of the sticker function. So, in a final plead to get Japanese users back, Facebook also released stickers to use on their mobile app. But Japanese users still use LINE.

Do I think that the Japanese facebook users will go back, or will LINE take over? I don’t know. But, the numbers aren’t very pleasant for the Zuckerburger. I’ve already mentioned how active users are declining for Facebook in Japan, but it’s more telling to see how fast LINE has been growing. LINE currently has 160 million users. Compare that to Instagram, which came out a year before LINE, which has 130 million users.  LINE is also very popular outside of Japan too, something that Mixi could never accomplish. 60% of LINE’s users exist outside of Japan. Taiwan has 16 million LINE users and Indonesia has over 23 million. Just from my own experience, I think that the only Japanese people who continue to use Facebook are those who have friends outside of Japan, or are people who are particularly interested in English.

sns fight

That being said, LINE is mostly just popular in Asia though I hear it’s picking up in Spanish-speaking countries as well. How well it does in the English speaking world remains to be seen. If it keeps growing this fast, it’ll be hard to not feel its grip around social media’s neck sooner rather than later. In fact, out of the 160 million on LINE, 50 million of those joined within a 3-month period, making it the fastest-growing social network ever. That’s a lot of people in not very much time!

So what will the future bring? No one knows! I will however say that it isn’t LINE down and being quiet.

If you have a LINE account or have been inspired to create one, post your ID’s in the comments! We’ll add you to our cool new Tofugu group so you can talk about your favorite tofu and fugu dishes.

EDIT: Add the user “tofugu” to be added to the tofugu group!

  • Joe Simpson

    I love LINE games, I just wish their Android apps looked more like Android apps :’)

    (oh and they didn’t complain about root)


    Sounds fun! I like KakaoTalk.

  • Phillip

    I wish I had a phone to use this with. Does it ever send notifications to your phone? If not, I might just use my brother’s.

  • zoomingjapan

    I’m only using the weather app because I thought the characters were cute (that was before it became so super popular) and one of their games.
    Even now I don’t use other apps. The characters are very amusing, though.

    What a detailed and informative post. Well done! :)

  • Tiffany Harvey

    My husband is a high school teacher (in the US) & says Facebook is not very popular with his students, they see it as something their parents use. I could see this catching on here!

  • creeperPuncher

    Yeah, that’s my problem too. Having a smartphone is a cultural expectation, but as far as my parents are concerned, they couldn’t care less (and I don’t have the money to get one on my own yet)… I know sooner or later they’ll have to change their mind (probably around the time when having one is a legally compulsory part of being able to do ANYTHING, like get a job or pay bills…)

  • Geistermaske

    That totally inspired me to make a LINE account, thank you so much for your post and for sharing

  • stevowilco

    I’d like to join the tofugu group. ID is stevowilco

  • Elle

    ID is bloodshotbarbie. Display name is Elle. I mostly had it for Line Play and have few friends who actually use Line.

  • Marcucho Kun

    ID : markuchokun

  • monkeywonder

    ooh! I want to join the group please! ID: Monkeywonder

  • Tomy

    my ID is gaurav1q

  • Maggie Noelle Froelich

    I love LINE. And I’m SO obsessed with LINEplay.

  • Jean-Michel Grenier

    I want to join the tofugu group please! ID:firerook

  • Rachel

    I first found out about line because I heard kpop stars had official accounts on it :p Since then I randomly got invited to a group so I talked with some people from Asia :) The only person who goes on it regularly here (I’m in the UK) that I know is my best friend. I love the stickers but when you get addicted to them going back on Facebook makes you wish you have them (Facebook’s attempt at stickers isn’t as good :p) LINE Play is really addictive too. (I’m 17 by the way) My LINE ID is: vividity

  • じゅぴたー

    The stickers really got me! They’re just too hard to resist! :3 My LINE ID’s maydayonjupiter

  • Animatrix

    Just created an account. ID:alisagator
    Is there a tofugu group?

  • Lynnette

    I’m obsessed with LINE! I just deactivated my Facebook last week and it feels liberating actually. I message my BFFs through LINE Chat and it’s so much fun the stories we make with the stickers alone.

    My LINE ID is ladidalynnie, to whomever created the Tofugu group (I would love to join ^_^!).

  • Joiboi

    Wow didn’t know this app came after the earthquake and the colour is similar to to pay phones :D

  • Joiboi

    Also line id is joiboi

  • Mononofu

    I’ll travel to Japan next week, please add me to the Tofugu group too! My ID: inufu

  • M4K0T0

    I downloaded LINE about a year ago, but never used it because of the lack of friends who use it. My ID is m4k0t0, please add me!! :)

  • Cherie

    Yay Just signed up.
    ID: prettyrain
    Please add me to the group.

  • Haikugirl

    This looks great! I’m trying to make some new Japanese friends to practice Japanese with, so I’ll give it a go! My ID is: Ali Haikugirl

  • Brandy Schaefer

    Just joined. User name is Blyxa

  • Jamie Roebuck

    I’ve just made an account. ID: predsrule

  • shiro

    Hahaha I love it, Facebook is already old.

  • Robpoida

    Hey there my ID is robpoida, cheers.

  • Dolly

    Please add me to the Tofugu group! ID: unkindness

    I downloaded this app a long time ago and still haven’t used it yet ^^”

  • Chris
  • Chris

    Great introduction.. I’d used LINE before to message some friends living in Japan, but didn’t know about things like cafe.
    I’m curious about this group… my ID is ‘cdei’.

  • disqus_qRIfrj3zeJ

    ID: hexasketch

  • Gregory H. Halverson


  • simplyshiny

    ahhh Line! I love line but I have no one to use it with! No one believes me about it’s awesomeness! My id is the same as on here! simplyshiny! Feel free to add me to the group and message me!

  • Lydia

    I’d like to join tofugu chat
    id: Puffinmouse

  • Timelord007

    ID: Templar Please add me:D

  • Orphee

    I had a LINE account for a while but never knew how to use it exactly. I’d like to be part of the tofugu group please. My ID is orphelia :)

  • Luke Ng

    ID: lukengaikseang よろしく (;・∀・)

  • 古戸ヱリカ

    Oh, little pictures! What fun! Let’s all be friends.
    ID: whatdoyouthinkevery1

  • Michael

    That kind of service is heavily based on mobile platforms,they can access your contacts phone numbers and check if they are already using the service. That way you can start chatting with your friends without the need of adding one by one (sometimes you don’t even know your friend is a Line user). But you can use your brother’s phone to register in the service, create an username and set a password. After that, you can download the Windows version and chat on your computer.

  • HYUGO410

    My id is: hyugo410
    I’d love to join in!

  • Seiji

    What I really like about Line is that you can install on your computer after setting up on your phone. How many times you’re texting on your phone, when you’re right in front of your computer? It’s so faster and easier to use your PC’s keyboard. The stickers are really cute, Brown, Cony and Sally (she’s the small duck that is always stalking Brown and Cony LOL) make it so much fun to use Line.

    My ID: seijinho

  • Darth Wero

    Please add me to Tofugu group :) my ID: darth_wero

  • Rainy Devil

    ID: RainyDevil Add me everyone :)

  • Daniel Tapia

    Hi, my id is dantare2024 and I´d love to be in the Tofugu, Textfugu or Wanikani groups if they exist :P

  • Sarah

    ID: sarsipants add me ^.^

  • Martin

    ID: martinjablonski

    Please add me to the TOFUGU Group

  • Emma

    ID: captainratts

  • Alice

    I like LINE even better than Skype for calls, and using it over my wifi is honestly even better than trying to make calls with Softbank. It may have come out of the disaster, but it’s STILL better than cell phone service!

  • leliel

    ID: adamleliel

  • Momo

    ID: Irrylath

    Would love to have more people to revise Japanese with! :)

  • airiRin

    I want to join the group.
    My ID: airirin06

  • Sirenskye

    ID: sirenskye

    I’d love to join the group and study Japanese with more people, it’s been a while since I’ve written/spoken it

  • Momo

    ID: Stevenckc

  • Robin

    ID: quincyr

  • Raymond Chuang

    It should be noted that LINE is available for both Android through the Google Play store and for iOS through the iTunes Store here in the USA. In short, if you have an Android phone or new-model iPhone (I’d probably say iPhone 4, 4S and 5), go for it! ^_^

  • Sarah

    Cool article :) My ID is sarahblum

  • Simi

    I’d also love to practice my Japanese :)
    ID: simiii

  • Mr. Kyoki

    My ID is MrKyoki

  • Tiffany

    Finally, something better than Facebook. Just got the app, so far it seems really cool. (: I’d love to be added! ID: schltif

  • Thea

    mine’s papercherry

  • Ragan

    My ID is raganchan :)

  • Jared

    Please add ID: khamsin17

  • Ragan

    Please add me too! raganchan

  • Lowrey

    michaellowrey is my line ID

  • Raleford

    ID: Raleford

  • Danny Dynomite

    I deleted my line app and when I downloaded it again, it wouldn’t let me sign in… :(

  • M4K0T0

    It’s also available for Windows Phone 8 and other devices ;)

  • Anna C

    AstrayKat is my line id

  • Cush

    my id is cush1979

  • Nann?

    My ID:nanninania (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

  • Sophie

    I absolutely love line! I prefer line over facebook to be honest (and over Instagram, Kakaotalk…)
    It isn’t just very cute, but also convenient and versatile.

    My id is: hlilacism

    Please add me :)

  • (^_^)JaMaal(x_X)/

    Please add me to the group d(^_~)

    I love LINE Wind Runner also
    so feel free to add me if you play

  • Cvda

    I’d like to to join a tofugu study/fun group and test out Line for a bit :)
    ID: Qbaan

  • Mιмι☆Mιη

    mimimintan! That’s my Line ID :3
    I’ve been using it for a while now (I dragged my friends into using it, they had no choice).
    I had no idea it was so big though! Awesome!

  • Alisagator

    I couldn’t find a Tofugu group, so I made one. Please join and practice away.

  • Amélie

    Hello! Looks fun! My ID ame_tour

  • Ari

    My ID is wheezingcross just made an account.

  • M4K0T0

    I’m still waiting for an invitation to the tofugu group – anyone else?

  • SparkleDuck

    Just made an account, my ID is SparkleDuck

  • Tcuts

    wooo line!
    ID: monkeycutler

  • スカーレット

    ID: baitotantei :)
    didnt know line was this awesome

  • Rachel

    It will happen soon! We’re working out the logistics right now! Sorry for the wait!

  • Rachel

    I couldn’t find you through your ID. Any chance you typo’d?

  • Marcucho Kun

    try with : marcucho-san

  • Rachel

    It’s limiting the number of people I can add through ID search, so please add “tofugu” :)

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group

  • Rachel

    If you get it figured out, you can add the user “tofugu” and get added to the group :)

  • Rachel

    Please add user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please friend user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Friend user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group! :D

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group! :D

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group! :)

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added into the group!

  • Rachel

    Please add the user “tofugu” to be added to the group!!

  • Lynnette

    I did the search under ID but ended up with “No results found” and now I exceeded my search limit ID ;-;. I dunno what else to do now (should I wait until tomorrow for the search count to restart?)

  • Rachel

    Okay, NOW it should work. I’m sorry about how tricky this has been. The name was in, but it hadn’t been registered as a search-able ID

  • Jason Alsip

    Hey Rachel, when I try to search for the user tofugu I don’t get any results. Any thoughts? EDIT: Nevermind, found it.

  • Guest

    The issue has been fixed. It should work now.

  • 古戸ヱリカ

    I salute your tenacity.

  • Marcucho Kun

    oh! really??? ok tofugu then ;)
    nice to meet you!!、友達リクエスト送ったんだよ!

  • Elio Quevedo

    ID: eliosqs
    Add me please, line is an interesting app.

  • Marcucho Kun

    is added, thanks!!!もう追加だったよ!アザース!

  • atazg

    I’d love to be added to the group! ID: Leander_AG

  • Lynnette

    Done! Added Tofugu, thank you so much for the help Rachel :D

  • Cvda

    Is there already a group or should I make one? :)

    By the way i forgot an a in my ID
    my id is qbaaan

  • Cvda

    never mind :D

  • Riechan

    I already had a LINE account! yay! I think I’m one of the first in Belgium lol!

    It really is nice! I’m trying to get some friends to install it as well! :D

    Might have to look into those games!

    Oh and I added tofugu :)

  • Julion Mollgard

    i have a Line people add me

    juliousk is my id

  • M4K0T0

    Okay thanks, I’ll wait! :)

  • Jo

    I must admit, I’m a bit disappointed. This was a very exciting prospect, as I would love to have some natural Japanese practise. I was a little dubious at the long list of things the Line app was going to have access to on my phone, but I figured it can’t have gotten so big and be at all dodgy.

    I then realised I needed to be able to type in kana on my android phone, so went hunting for a typing app. The best one by far, Simeji, promptly told me it would be logging and reading everything I type, including passwords etc! Not really too keen on that.

    Is there any way to join in on this without compromising privacy? It seems only Line and not Line Cafe, which I was really interested in, is available on computers.

    Are there any other learning style chat-rooms out there people can recommend? Thanks in advance.

  • MegaSchmoo

    Hi, my ID is ministeran

  • Neha

    Mine is nehaahmed. Please add me! =)

  • Zaywex

    Haha, too many people took you up. :3

  • Himeno

    ID: himenoo
    Feel free to add me :D

  • Ajit Jung Gurung

    hello all
    i am playing the game global threat in apple devices and line is really popular.. its used as a communications app for unions and frens and ppl really love it.. guys from US and Europe use it and its really catching up fast.. the guys absolutely love it
    anways pls add me. my id is kinggurkha obviously from the game lol and i am learning japanese so would really like to be in a japanese learning group

  • Lourdes

    My ID is lourdes_g

  • Hatsuyuki

    There’s Google Japanese Input, which works quite well, and it has an option to turn off logging.

  • Hatsuyuki

    Okay, I installed LINE and added the user “tofugu”. My ID is “hatsu_yuki”. Now what?

  • Jo

    Thank you! I did manage to find it, and am now happily using Line. Is really proving a big help for improving vocab especially.

  • rafael

    My ID is ra-fu-a-e-ru. I’m fluent in Spanish and English and am currently studying Japanese, if you want to practice your english or spanish please add me and help me with Japanese :)

  • rafael

    I’ve also added “tofugu” to my contacts :)

  • Nelley

    I absolutely adore LINE.

    I have been using it since March of this year after my Japanese homestay told me about it. What I love is that you can call/text, send pictures/videos/audio to anyone around the world as long as they have the app.

    When I went to Japan in June, it was so exciting to see LINE merchandise in the stores! I even bought a button. When my Japanese friends text or make calls they use LINE instead of the default programs on their phones. LINE is CRAZY popular in Japan right now.

  • Michael Perez

    I was looking for some help in learning Japanese since I’m going on shore tour over there in about a year. I saw this and created a line account but I have no idea how to use it lol. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • EspadaKiller

    Agreed that LINE is getting really popular. Especially with that timeline option now. In Singapore more peeps are using Whatsapp, but I do notice that more of my friends are changing to LINE (still using Whatsapp, but more on LINE) because of it’s stickers and free calling.

    Oh and do add me too! Have already added tofugu. My ID: EspadaKiller

  • Just some dude

    Can you really not just switch the keyboard on your android? I find that hard to believe. The iPhone has multiple ways of writing Japanese, but then again that is one of the plus points of having a phone that is so goddamn closed that you can’t set your own ringtone. Gotta make that base package work for everyone.

  • Richard Robertson
  • Aoi

    is the tofugu goup chat still happening?

  • Schroedus

    I may or may not add you, depending on whether I actually create a LINE account. When I do thought, my ID will be Schroedus.

  • Yoely Natsume

    i am Natsume!! add me ^^

  • Dave Rosales


  • Yassir Hazim


  • ayato

    ayato_39 my ID
    doumo ne,,

  • ultrasann

    Are people still active in the Tofugu chat in LINE?

  • Ashsuri

    Greeting from Mru

  • LeadasourusRex

    Please add me to the group! I already added tofugu.
    My ID is: LeadasourusRex

  • unbwogable kenyan

    am looking for a young lady probably about 20…her mother is Japanese, her father is Kenyan black. Her name could be Sarah

  • ヘレン ちゃん

    Parents ruin EEEVERYTHINGGG! It’s so true though *sigh*. ;P

  • ヘレン ちゃん

    Have you tried lang-8? It’s less social & hip (no stickers ;'( ) but i just joined and already have had a bunch of Japanese adding me as a friend to language exchange with through Skype or lang-8 message. I think it’s pretty fun so far, but i’ll also add LINE. I’m already active on like 9 other social-type networks… what’s one more, right?? @__@*

  • disqus_s65CITY7sB

    I wish I could play LINE and get in on the hype, but I can’t afford a Smartphone or Android. :( I wonder if they have any plans to make a PC version in the future.

  • Meyrin Chan

    hy evryone.. add my ID line ^^ want to be hv friend from outher country ^^

  • Meyrin Chan

    ID > meoowmey

  • Vivienne

    I dont have many friends use LINE, but I really like this APP, so please add me , my id is Pll123

  • Arichi Harupero

    Please add me to the group too
    ID: repulso
    thx ^^

  • yayan

    please add me my ID is yayansuneo :D

  • Hildi R. Nararya

    ah, can you add me too? ID:hildikii, or should i just add tofugu. :D

  • Jayson James Alzate

    Hi Can Someone Add Me Please My ID : JJHA

  • Joon Young Cho

    ID LINE: 1990sonny

    Add me Pleaseee!

  • ino

    how old are you

  • Baby M

    ID: Baby Mii♪
    add me

  • Christian Theodorus

    agree, but with out parents we’re nothing

  • Christian Theodorus

    i know line, and maybe i will create my own line account
    seems line have a chance to make friends with japanese :)
    hope i get a partner near osaka,