Monthly Archives: June 2022

80’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – The Theme From Big Wave by Tatsuro Yamashita

The Theme From Big Wave The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [The Theme From Big Wave] by Tatsuro Yamashita Although I was born in Nagano where is surrounded by mountains I love/prefer sea. One of the nicest memories … Continue reading

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Summer solstice (夏至/Geshi)

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 What is Geshi? Today is the day which has the longest hour from the sunrise till the sunset in the Northern Hemisphere (Kitahankyu・北半球). The position of the sun reaches the highest. After this day a daytime is … Continue reading

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90’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Asahi o Mini Iko/Let’s go to see the Sunrise by Smap

Asashi o Mini Iko The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Asahi o Mini IkoStay With Me/Let’s go to see the sunrise] by Smap. Smap is a Japanese boy group consists of 5 memberS, of Masahiro Nakai, Takuya Kimura, … Continue reading

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Japanese Kanji – Love

When you look at a Japanese kanji, first comes to your mind is probably how complected it looks . But do you know that it has meanings. Today I show you one of Japanese Kanji. LOVE/AI 愛 What do you … Continue reading

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Bears living near a town increased, Kanazaza city searches

According to News Web Easy, recently there has been an increase of bears coming to the areas where people living. Kanazawa City asked an expert at Ishikawa Prefectural University to search where bears are living at a mountain from July … Continue reading

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80’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Stay With Me by Miki Matsubara

Stay With Me (松原みき) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Stay With Me] by Miki Matsubara. Miki Matsubara was a sing song writer. She passed away of cervical cancer at just age of 44. The might night door … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “丹後の国のたんよむ・Tanyomu in Tango Province “

This is about a Japanese Picture book story – A radish and a carrot and burdock Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – The Time by Crap Clap

The Time (Crap Clap) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [The Time] by Crap Clap. Here in UK it is rainy day and it’s just 18 degree. It is not warm enough for me to be active so … Continue reading

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Foreigners come to Japan for a Trip – Shops at Asakusa Prepare

According to News Web Easy, foreigners who can enter Japan has been increased to 20, 000 people per day from 1st June 2022. Foreigners will be able to travel with tour guides from 10th June 2022. A souvenir shop at … Continue reading

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Maneki Neko – Beckoning cat in Tokoname

Do you know a Maneki Neko The cat brings luck. Can you see the character like 福 (fuku) means luck/fortunate. This massive beckoning cat must bring us massive luck!

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