Belgium in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

A constitutional monarchy in northwestern Europe. It is bordered by the Netherlands to the north, Germany to the east, Luxembourg to the southeast, France to the south, and the North Sea to the west, forming a 65.5 km coastline against Great Britain. Nature in Belgium Topographically and geologically, the country is divided into three … Read More

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Bento in Kanji as old character form - Zangyo-Ninja

Generally, it is a portable meal consisting of rice and side dishes in a container such as a box. In some cases, rice is not used, such as in sandwiches and spaghetti. History of Bento Heian – Kamakura Period The concept of all portable food as bento goes back to the Heian period (794-1185). … Read More

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Curry in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Curry is readily available at any restaurant, and it has become a national dish in Japan. The country where curry was born When most people hear the word “home of curry,” they most likely think of India. Indeed, India is the birthplace of the dish we know today as curry. However, curry does not … Read More

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Turmeric in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It is characterized by its fragrance, bitterness, and golden color, and is used by drying its roots and stems. Besides being used as a spice in curry, it is widely used as a dye for cloth, mustard, cheese, and other food coloring. Turmeric loved around the … Read More

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Kazakhstan in kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Located in the center of Eurasia, Kazakhstan is actually the ninth largest country in the world and at the same time the largest landlocked country in the world, with about half of its land area being desert or dry steppe. Because of its large land area, the country is rich in mineral resources, and … Read More

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I love you and I like you in Katakana - Zangyo-Ninja

This Katakana is a Katakanaized version of the English pronunciation. Of the two lines, the upper is “I love you” and the lower is “I like you”. It is not in exact English The word “like” in “i like you,” which is the second line, is not usually used for people, but Japanese people … Read More

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great in English and Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

This is a work in which the Hiragana word “すげー” and the synonym are written in English “great”. It is written in English with Japanese in a method called bi-calligraphy. It’s one of a universal term in Japan. Although the title says great, it is colloquially used to express surprise or positivity. It is … Read More

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Portuguese Republic in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

The country’s name is said to have originated from the old name of Porto, “Portus Cale”. About 1/4 of Japan’s land area is inhabited by 10 million people, most of whom are Catholics. Surrounded by Spain and the Atlantic Ocean, it is the westernmost country in Europe. Portugal’s history The most important part of … Read More

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growing up in English and Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

This is a calligraphy written using a method called bi-calligraphy, and it has the same meaning as the English word “growing up” and the Japanese word “成馬” in Kanji. 成馬 is a mature horse over 20 months old Although this word is not listed in the Japanese dictionary, it is sometimes read as Narima, … Read More

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alive in English, Kanji and Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

This is a calligraphy written using a method called bi-calligraphy, and it has the same meaning as the English word “alive” and the Japanese word “生きる”. It seems that many Americans today have not mastered cursive writing, and the letters of the alphabet are laid out sideways or joined together, making it a little … Read More

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boisterous dance in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

One of the four-letter idioms, it means to be so happy that you can’t help but dance. This word expresses the feeling of being so happy that your body moves involuntarily, rather than the feeling of being happy. Japanese says “Kyo ki ran bu”. Origin of boisterous dance(Kyokiranbu) “Kyoki” expresses a state of maddening … Read More

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Merry Christmas in Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

This is a colloquial translation of Merry Christmas written in hiragana. It is a design that arranges it in a cursive style.

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obscure in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

It’s a word used when you’re in an ambiguous state and you’re not sure what you mean. For example, it is used when you are not sure whether a romance is about to start or whether you are just getting along as friends. Japanese said “Aimai-moko” as four characters idiom. This is a combination … Read More

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golf in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Golf is an outdoor ball game in which a club hits a hard ball the size of a ping-pong ball and competes to get it into a target hole with a diameter of 10.8 cm in the fewest number of strokes. However, the size of the ball is about the same as a ping-pong … Read More

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Thailand in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Located in the central part of the Indochina Peninsula, it borders Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos. Bangkok is the capital and it is a constitutional monarchy headed by a king. The Thai make up about 85% of the population, but there are Chinese (10%) and Mon-Khmer minorities living in the mountainous areas. Buddhists are … Read More

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Seattle in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

The largest city in the United States, located on the eastern shore of the Puget Sound in Midwest Washington. In addition to serving as a center of commerce, industry and transportation in the Pacific Northwest region, it also serves as the cultural leader of the state. Blessed with good harbors, it has a strong … Read More

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At one swoop in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

To cast down a net once and catch many fish. In turn, to capture all the members of the crew in one fell swoop. Clearing up complex situations all at once. A four-letter idiom made from an old Chinese history book Japanese says “Ichi mo da jin”. “Ichimo Dajin” is said to be derived … Read More

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That refreshing and pleasant climate of fall in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

In autumn, the sky is clear and the weather is pleasant, which means that appetite increases and horses grow fatter. When a migratory high pressure system that grows on the continent gently covers the vicinity of Japan, dry and refreshing air spreads. The clear autumn sky is clear blue and the sky looks high. … Read More

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amazon in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

1. In Greek mythology, a race of female warriors (plural Amazones) that lived along the Black Sea coast. They have intercourse with foreign men at certain times and give birth to children, but the male children are castrated or killed, and only the female children are raised. It is said that they are called … Read More

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SUZUKI in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Suzuki is the second most common surname in Japan. Mr. Suzuki (Suzukishi) is one of the representative surnames in Japan. It is said to be the family name of a Shinto priest derived from the ear of rice that is enshrined at festivals and the Hontsubo bell of a shrine. This line originated from … Read More

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potato in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

In Japan, it is commonly called Jagaimo, and as you can see from this stock, it is also known as Bareisho, which is said to have come to be called because its shape resembles a bell worn on a horse. origin and propagation A perennial crop of the Solanaceae family native to the temperate … Read More

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Nagasaki in Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

Nagasaki as a place name Nagasaki City is a city located in the southwestern part of Nagasaki Prefecture. It is also the prefectural capital and largest city of Nagasaki Prefecture, and is designated as a core city. During the Edo period, when the country was isolated, it was a port town with Dejima, the … Read More

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New York in Kanji as 2 letters - Zangyo-Ninja

The New York city in Japanese Kanji letters. “紐約” is in Chinese Kanji. It is a formal Japanese Kanji character that is also in the dictionary. It’s a colloquial Chinese character, but it’s unclear why “紐(string)” and “育(growing up)” became New York.

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