Whereas His Majesty has by Order made on the 28th day of July, 1938, declared British India to be a convention country within the meaning of section 91A of the Patents And Designs Acts, 1907 to 1938, any person who has applied for protection for any invention or design in the United Kingdom, or … Read More
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
Yamada is the 12th most common Japanese surname. A typical geographic surname in the sense of a rice field in a mountain. It has been popular all over the country since the Middle Ages and is evenly distributed throughout the country. There are about 2000 place names in Yamada nationwide. That’s why there are … Read More
A district in the northern part of Minato-ku, Tokyo. In the Edo period, there were six daimyo (Uesugi, Kutsuki, Takagi, Aoki, Kabane, Ichiyanagi) Nakayashiki, and it is said that the place names are derived from the fact that the surnames of the six daimyo are all related to trees. It is also said that … Read More
Copper carbonate mineral, green or blackish green, with diamond luster and translucent. Monoclinic system with many fine needles or fibrous crystals. Malachite is said to have the power to protect the owner from disasters. It is also said to increase the amulet amulet, intuition and insight. Japan call “Ku jaku ishi”.
Japanese said “Hayashi” in a character Kanji. The etymology is “Hayasu”, and the conjunctive form of the verb “Hayasu” is a noun. “Hayasu” is to grow. The intention to prosper and grow. In other words, “Hayashi” is a place where trees are grown. It is also said to be a surname that originated from … Read More
An expression that means innocent and unpretentious. The innocent “天真” means the nature of nature. “爛漫” means shining. The origin of the word is said to be the expression originally used to describe a flower painting as a “no-frills fine work”. Basically, it is used as a compliment with a good meaning, but it … Read More
He loves Sushi and Sashimi. Having practiced calligraphy since childhood, his father was qualified as a teacher. Aokage(青景) comes from the blue landscape like the sea, the clear sky. And the blue shadow. Shadow means a ninja.
For example conservative in Kanji designed by Aokage