I want to receive one article, preferably about current events, written in Japanese, on my Kindle, every day. How can I arrange this?
I want to include practice reading "real" Japanese on a variety of subjects as part of my daily routine. To facilitate this, it'd be nice if I had a new Japanese article delivered to my Kindle Paperwhite every day. This seems like the kind of thing that'd be easy to arrange, but I'm having a hard time figuring out the best way to do it.
My first inclination was just to search the Kindle newsstand for magazine or newspaper subscriptions in the Japanese language, but I didn't see any that were available in the US store.
My second idea was that I could use something like ifttt.com
to automatically send Japanese content from an RSS feed to my Kindle email address. This should work, but which RSS feed should I use? I thought about subscribing to a feed from a Japanese newspaper, but they all have way too much content. I only want to get roughly 3-5 pages per day. One short article daily, or maybe a weekly/monthly subscription to a short Japanese magazine. I don't want my Kindle flooded with every new item that the press reports on.
Any ideas about how I can accomplish this? I'd prefer a source that is non-fictional and covers a wide variety of subjects, since the point is to expand my Japanese vocabulary. Other than that I'm open to just about anything. Thanks Mefites.