Monthly Archives: March 2023

Cherry Blossoms – Sakura. Why Does It Fall So Quickly?

Now is the time for cherry blossoms viewing. Why do Japanese hold a cherry blossoms viewing? First of all, I must explain why they call cherry blossoms as [Sakura]. Japanese people expressed “Happiness” as “Sachi 幸”. Therefore Sa of Sakura … Continue reading

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A Boat On Which People Who Dressed Up Like Hina Dolls Goes On A River

According to News Web Easy, there is a town looks like Edo era at Sawara distric in Katori city, Chiba. On 12th, there was an event for Hina festival at the Ono River which runs through the town. About 60 … Continue reading

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Oni no me nimo namida

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 鬼の目にも涙 Oni no me nimo naamida Oni – a deman Namida – tears Even the hard-hearted can be … Continue reading

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J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Melody by 8loom

Melody Long time! Today’s song is called [Melody] by 8loom. 8loom is a fictional J-pop boy band. The members of 8LOOM are played by Fumiya Takahashi, Ryubi Miyase, Keito Tsuna, Rintaro Hachimura, Shuto Mori, NOA, and Koki Yamashita. The talented members … Continue reading

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Akita Pref – An Event Held – Get A White Cabbage Under Snow

According to News Web Easy, on the 5th there was the event held at the field in Akita Honjyo City, where about 250 people gathered to get white cabbages under the snow. Although the white cabbages became big enough to … Continue reading

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