Category Archives: Japanese Language

A Evacuated Ukrainian Female – The Diary written in Japanese Became A Book

According to News Web Easy, a seventeen years old Ukrainian came to Japan alone in order to evacuate from the Russian attack this April. Zurata , who has been studying Japanese since 4 years ago, was writing her diary in … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Ray of Water/Journey To Harmony by Arashi

『Journey to Harmony 』2nd movement of Ray of water The Sunday J-pop time again! In UK all British nations are expecting the Queen Elizabeth’s funeral tomorrow 19th September 2022, which now is a bank holiday. The song I have chosen … Continue reading

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Japanese Kanji – LIFE

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. LIFE 命 What do you … Continue reading

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Sunday 70’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Tokai (都会)/A City by Takeko Ohnuki ( 大貫妙子)

This is all I have for you The Sunday J-pop time again! September has arrived. I feel an autumn wind touching my face already. The night begins at earlier than before. The night is getting longer and longer. I though … Continue reading

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Udo no Taiboku

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 うどの大木 Udo no Taiboku Few words for you. It is tasty when mixed with sugar and vinegar. Daiboku … Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “くらげのしっぱい・A Failure of A Jellyfish “

This is about a Japanese Picture book story – “A Failure of A Jellyfish ” Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – This Is All I Have For You by Makoto Matsushita

This is all I have for you The Sunday J-pop time again! This week for me was a musical week. I love music, particularly I love funky Jazzy song. Today song matches to my preference perfectly. From 1981, the song … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [ Umi] “The Sea” (海) 

Introducing a children song for a rainy day Continue reading

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JAPANESE ANIME PICTURE BOOKS’ STORIES – アニメ絵本話 “くらげのしっぱい・A Failure of A Jellyfish “

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

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Took a Video of A Deep Sea Fish 「A Oarfish/Ryugu no Tsukai」

According to News Web Easy, on 29th July, men who were swimming at the sea at Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi found a long big oarfish. This fish lives at the deep sea but was swimming at the shallow areas. One week … Continue reading

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Vegetables Grown Too Big Due to Heatwave Are To Sell Instead of Throwing Away

According to News Web Easy, The hot days have been continuing. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries there are some vegetables grow bigger than normal sizes due to hot weather. They are perfectly fine to eat but … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Sukiyaki (Ue o Muite Aruko) by Kyu Sakamoto

Monroe Walk The Sunday J-pop time again! It has been hot in UK and so far no rainfall. Today’s song that I introduce is called Sukiyaki, a Japanese title is ue o mukite aruko in 1961. Ue o muite aruko … Continue reading

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A transsexual boxer who became man from a woman 「I want to be professional.」

According to News Web Easy, Go Shindo, a boxer, used to be a female champion of WBC (World Boxing Council). After he stopped boxing in 2017, she undergone the surgery to become a man. Last year he started practicing to … Continue reading

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Japanese Kanji – KIND

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. KIND 優しい What do you … Continue reading

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Japanese Sayings/Phrases/Proverb・ – Kotowaza [ことわざ] – Uso mo houben

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 嘘も方便 Uso mo houben Uso – a lie Houben – a way used to achieve something Circumstances may … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Monroe Walk by Yoshitake Minami

Monroe Walk The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called Monroe Walk by Yoshitaka Minami. It is Latino disco sounds. It is perfect for a sunny Sunday afternoon. It first released in April 1979. After that in 80s, an ideal … Continue reading

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「Aomori Nebuta Festival」Begins from 2nd August After Two years cancellations

According to News Web Easy, 「Amomori Nebuta Matsuri」is famous summer festival at Tohoku. Two years ago and last year were cancelled due to Covit-19. This year is due to start from 2nd August until 7th August. 「Mebuta」is a big lantern … Continue reading

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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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