negative example - Zangyo-Ninja

A sample of the bad side, a person or case that tells you that it shouldn’t happen when you look at it. People and cases that can be a source of reflection by seeing it. Japanese calls “Han Men Kyou Shi”.

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Furinkazan - Zangyo-Ninja

It is a popular name that is said to have been written on the flag sashimono (military flag) of Sengoku daimyo Takeda Shingen. “Furinkazan” is a word used to indicate the movement in the event of a war. When it should move as quickly like the wind, and when it should wait like a … Read More

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the wise readily adapt themselves to changed circumstances - Zangyo-Ninja

Nowadays, it is used in a negative way, saying, “A person who has a good point will immediately change his attitude and abandon his principles and ideas.” However, originally, it is a positive four-character idiom that “a good person immediately corrects his mistakes and quickly goes for the better.” Japanese calls Kun-shi-hyo-hen.

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having presence of mind - Zangyo-Ninja

These words describe a state of being calm and not panicking. Japan call “Tai zen ji jaku”.

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Dauntless, An indomitable spirit - Zangyo-Ninja
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Carrying knowledge into new fields - Zangyo-Ninja

developing new ideas based on study of the past, learning from the past. Japanese says “On Ko Chi Shin”.

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bad news traveling fast - Zangyo-Ninja

The old word of the meaning such as bad rumor of people, bad reputation soon widely known. “悪事” are bad deeds, and “千里” means far away and is a wide world. Japan call “Aku ji sen ri”.

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survival of the fittest - Zangyo-Ninja

a world where the weak are victims of the strong. Japan calls “Jaku Niku Kyo Shoku”.

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Once in a lifetime encounter - Zangyo-Ninja

for it will never recur. special occasion. once‐in‐a‐lifetime chance. Live every day as though it were last. by the teachings of the Japanese Tea Ceremony. Japanese proverbs and four-character idioms derived from the tea ceremony. When attending a tea ceremony, knowing that the opportunity is a once-in-a-lifetime encounter that will never be repeated, it … Read More

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