A general direction in which something tends to move. trend, tendency. A way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period. expressive style, style.
1. A person who drinks a lot. And people who are not very drunk. In Japan, there is something like a rank for a heavy drinker, and its strength increases in the order of “Uwabami-> colander(Zaru)-> frame(Wa)”. 2. Hyogo’s sake. Japanese calls “Shu go”.
A man who is not interested in romance. It is different from “carnivorous people (肉食系)” who aggressively approach the opposite sex and “herbivorous people (草食系)” who are interested in love even though they are late. Even if you find yourself in a situation where you are alone with a woman, you won’t interfere and … Read More
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
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
The three neighbourhoods, Yanaka(谷中), Nezu(根津) and Sendagi(千駄木) are collectively called Yanesen. Yanesen refers to the Yanaka / Nezu / Sendagi area. Located in Bunkyo Ward and Taito Ward, near the center of Tokyo’s 23 wards, it is a part of the so-called “Yamanote”, but it still retains the atmosphere of downtown Tokyo, and is … Read More
A phenomenon in which light and shadow show subtle fluctuations. The ground is heated by strong direct sunlight, which warms the air close to the ground and creates uneven density distribution. A phenomenon in which objects in the distance appear to sway or appear distorted when viewed from afar through the ground heated by … Read More
It is a geographical family name, widely found outside of the Tohoku and Kyushu regions. The most common reading of “Ohtani” is “Ohtani,” but in the Tohoku region and near Ota City, Gunma Prefecture, it is often read as “Ohya. The family descended from the Emperor Kammu and received the surname Taira from the … 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.