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Japanese Culture: Souvenirs are a Big Deal! Omiyage for Everybody?

Today’s Japanese kanji word is お土産(おみやげ: omiyage). お土産(or just 土産) means “souvenir”. I’ll explain this kanji word and Japanese culture of it. Can You Read the Kanji “土産” Right? If you don’t know this Japanese word, it’s so hard to get pronounce 土産 right in Japanese. The kanji “土” means “soil” and it’s usually pronounced “tsuchi” or “do”. The kanji “産” means “production” and it’s usually pronounced “u” or “san”. Yup, we see “mi”, “ya” or “ge” nowhere! But 土産(みやげ) is “miyage” in Japan today. お土産(omiyage) is polite way to say it. I think the word 土産 represents “the production of the soil” which means that “the stuff made locally”. And …

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Japanese Kanji Shirt 愛 Love

Wearing a Kanji T-Shirt is cool. But if you understand the authentic information about what you wear, you can impress everyone. On this page, you can make sure this Kanji T-Shirt is right for you. Table of Contents Basic Info about This Kanji Who Should be Wearing It Examples of Qualification Designs Available 愛 Love Kanji Shirt: Basic Info Japanese Kanji: 愛 Pronunciation: ai Spelling Variety: ai Meaning: Love Category: Motto Image of this Kanji Word: Sweet, Warm, Precious, Passionate and (in Japan)Serious There is one Japanese trivia. Most of people in Japan, rarely say “I love you.(愛してるよ)”. That’s why, “Image of this Kanji” above include “Serious”. Instead of the word …

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Is My Kanji Tattoo Correct?: the 7 Virtues of Bushido

Tattoos are awesome. I want to have one eventually. But I can’t decide what I should have. Today I’ll answer the question about a popular Japanese kanji tattoo. Thank you for contacting KansaiChick!(*’▽’) Other Questions on Japanese Kanji I have the unfinished tattoo that’s supposed to be the 7 Virtues of Bushido. I’m curious if what I have was even correct. Oh, I see. I know what you tried to get. the 7 Virtues of Bushido from “Bushido: The Soul of Japan” 義 (gi: Righteousness) 勇 (yuu: Bravery) 仁 (jin: Compassion) 礼 (rei: Respect) 誠 (shin/makoto: Integrity) 名誉 (meiyo: Honor) 忠義 (chuugi: Loyalty) It’s supposed to be this set, right? This …

Japanese Kanji Shirt 天才 Genius

Wearing a Kanji Shirt is cool. But if you understand the authentic information about what you wear, you can impress everyone. On this page, you can make sure this Kanji T-Shirt is right for you. Table of Contents Basic Info about This Kanji Who Should be Wearing It Examples of Qualification Designs Available 天才 Genius Kanji Shirt: Basic Info Japanese Kanji: 天才 Pronunciation: tensai Spelling Variety: tensai, tennsai Meaning: Genius, Extraordinary Talented/Skilled/Intelligent Person Category: Japanese Kanji for Fun Image of this Kanji Word: Smart, Miracle, Special and (on Shirt)Funny The Japanese word “天才” means genius and also it can be “extremely talented for something”. Math, Art, Sports, Cooking, Driving…the talent can …

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Japanese Kanji and Sound Effect Joke in “Shokugeki no Soma”

Congratulations to Don RS! They got 2nd place in the Main Avenue Area. Woot Woot! Speaking of Don bowls, I’ll ask fans of “Shokugeki-no-Soma(食戟のソーマ)” about this “DON” moment in Season 1. It’s in the episode of Shokugeki between Soma and Ikumi. DON!!(Pressing the button) I have no idea how many viewers got this joke. First of all did you notice that yellow thing is Japanese Kanji?? Japanese Kanji and Sound Effect Joke in “Shokugeki no Soma” The yellow thing in the picture above is a Japanese kanji “丼”. It pronounce “don” or “donburi” and it means a certain type of “Bowl”. The Donburi bowl is usually big and deep to …

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Shokugeki no Soma “Moon Festival” Bills and Japanese Culture

I love food festivals! In Japan, there are so many events like Moon Festival for “Shokugeki no Soma” in real life. By the way, I realized they are using money certificates in the show. Visitors exchange their money to those “Fake Money Bills” at the special booth and they use them to pay for food in the event. I see the price, the school emblem(遠月: Totsuki), the event name(月饗祭: Moon Festival) and Erina’s Grandpa’s Face.  The red circle stamp says “総帥之印”. That means “Stamp of Commissioner”. Then, I’d like to talk about the largest calligraphy kanji above the price on the bill. That’s Japanese culture “松竹梅(Shou-Chiku-Bai)”! What is the Pine, …

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Japanese Kanji T-Shirt 独身 Single

Wearing a Kanji T-Shirt is cool. But if you understand the authentic information about what you wear, you can impress everyone. On this page, you can make sure this Kanji T-Shirt is right for you. Table of Contents Basic Info about This Kanji Who Should be Wearing It Examples of Qualification Designs Available 独身 Single Kanji T-Shirt: Basic Info Japanese Kanji: 独身 Pronunciation: dokushin Spelling Variety: dokushin, dokusin Meaning: Single Category: Japanese Kanji for Fun Image of this Kanji Word: Freedom, Self-assertion and (on T-Shirt)Funny It’s a very cool and funny Kanji T-Shirt. It can be a funny or ironic gift to your friend, family or even co-workers. 独身 Single …

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Real Food Photos at the “Moon Festival” for “Shokugeki no Soma” Season 3

The Totsuki Academy’s Food Festival in “Shokugeki no Soma” a.k.a. “Food Wars” has begun! From a small street fair to big international convention, these type of foodie events are very popular in my home country Japan! At a small event like a local festival, we see a lot of foods called “Rank B Gourmet (B級グルメ)”. That are cheap (still pricey  though(-_-メ)) festival foods we can buy from street vendors. Just like the food they can buy at Main Avenue of Moon Festival! So, today I’ll read Japanese kanji signs for you and show how those foods look in real life! Real Food Photos in “Moon Festival” for Shokugeki no Soma …

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Japanese Kanji T-Shirt 新婚 Just Married

Wearing a Kanji T-Shirt is cool. But if you understand the authentic information about what you wear, you can impress everyone. On this page, you can make sure this Kanji T-Shirt is right for you. Table of Contents Basic Info about This Kanji Who Should be Wearing It Examples of Qualification Designs Available 新婚 Just Married Kanji T-Shirt: Basic Info Japanese Kanji: 新婚 Pronunciation: shinkon Spelling Variety: shinkon, sinkon Meaning: Just Married, Newlywed Category: Japanese Kanji for Fun Image of this Kanji Word: Sweet, Fresh and Precious The Japanese kanji word “新婚” means “Just Married” or “Newlywed” and we Japanese call Just Married Couple “新婚さん(Shinkon-san)”. Enjoy the new life with …

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“Moon Festival” in Japanese Kanji for “Shokugeki no Soma” Season 3

The school festival is starting in “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma”! They call it “Moon Festival” in English subtitles but did you catch what they call it in Japanese?? What is the Original Name for “Moon Festival”? Yes. Gekkyousai “月饗祭” is the original name for Moon Festival. If I break down this Japanese Kanji word 月饗祭(Gekkyousai), it would be like, “月(getsu/tsuki: Moon)”, “饗(kyou/kyo: Feast)” and “祭(sai/matsuri: Festival)”. “饗” is not the everyday kanji but it suits the name. I guess the kanji “Moon(月)” came from the name of the school “遠月(Totsuki)”. So, the word “Gekkyousai” means like “Totsuki Academy Food Festival”. That makes sense, doesn’t it? And also, if it’s …

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