Monthly Archives: July 2022

Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Snob Na Yoru He (スノッブな夜へ) by Yurie Kokubu

Snob Na Yoru He The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called 「Snob Na Yoru He」by Yurie Kokubu. She is a sing song writer. To be honest I did not know her. Currently she is working with Tatsuyo Yamashita and … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Natsu No Owari No Harmony (夏の終わりのハーモニー) by Kouji Tamaki (Anzen Chitai) and Yosui Inoue

Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta nara The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called 「Natsu No Owari No Harmoney」by Kouji Tamakiand Yosui Inoue. Kouji Tmaki composed its song and Yosui Inoue wrote its lyrics. Two major talented musicians duet is something rare … Continue reading

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A Chinese man who created a manga pirate site penalized

According to News Web Easy, 「A pirate site」where manga and anime can be uploaded without a permission has been an issue. 「Manga Bank」is a pirate site which can be seen in Japan and got 10 million accesses in a past … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta nara (やさしさに包まれたなら) by Yumi Arai (Yumi Mattoya)

Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta nara The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Yasashisa ni tsutsumareta nara] by Yumi Arai The song was written and composed by Yumi Arai (currently Yumi Mattoya). I am very happy today because I have started … Continue reading

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Uo gokoro areba mizu gokoro

It is just like English sayings and phrases, there are Japanese sayings and phrases as well. It is called [kotowaza ことわざ]. Today’s kotowaza 魚心あれば水心I Uo gokoro areba mizu gokoro Uo – fish Mizu – water Kokoro/gokoro – heart If you … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – The Fight Song by Arashi

The Fight Song (ファイントソング) by Arashi The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [The Fight Song] by Arashi Although I can not see their concerts at the moment as Arashi is taking a break from their activities as a … Continue reading

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Japanese Event – A Star Festival (Tanabata)

7th July Thursday 2022, today is a star festival in Japan. It is called Tanabata (七夕). If anyone does not know what is Tanabata please refer to my last year’s blog which I explained many things about Tanabata. Please click … Continue reading

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Japanese Kanji – Confidence

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. CONFIDENCE/JISHIN 自信 What do you … Continue reading

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The Cheapest bending Machine in Osaka -10 yen per bottle

According to News Web Easy, the prices of products are increasing, however, there is a bending machine that we can get a drink at 10 yen from in Osaka. Instead of drinks’ images cats’ images are printed on the bending … Continue reading

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