Samurai katakana by vertically - Zangyo-Ninja

Samurai in Japanese Katakana. The verb “Saburafu”, which means to refrain from your aides, was turned into a noun, and was also called “Saburai”. The word “Samurai” can be seen in “Nihon Shoki”, but in the Heian period, there were samurai and samurai chiefs who served the Empress and Chugū, and the prince and … Read More

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Shogun - Zangyo-Ninja

Ⅰ. a general officer of the highest rank. Ⅱ. a hereditary military dictator of Japan. Japan calls Sho-gun.

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ninja tiny - Zangyo-Ninja

A ninja was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan. The real Ninja is no there in Japan, in any-place, yet. Japanese says Shinobi, too.

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shogun by horizontal - Zangyo-Ninja

1. a general officer of the highest rank. 2. a hereditary military dictator of Japan. Japanese says Sho-gun.

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Samurai in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

In feudal Japan, a soldier who served a daimyo and shogun. a Japanese warrior who was a member of the feudal military aristocracy.

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Samurai in Katakana - Zangyo-Ninja

a Japanese warrior who was a member of the feudal military aristocracy. In feudal Japan, a soldier who served a daimyo and shogun.

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samurai kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

In feudal Japan, a soldier who served a daimyo. a Japanese warrior who was a member of the feudal military aristocracy.

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samurai in Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

In feudal Japan, a soldier who served a daimyo. a Japanese warrior who was a member of the feudal military aristocracy.

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