1. In Japan, most departments placed in organizations such as government offices and companies generally consist of lower-level organizations such as departments, groups, and rooms. Often honored as a position with greater authority. 2. Head of the club team at school Japanese calls “Bu cho”.
1. Use your own sword to cut your stomach and die. 2. One of the punishments imposed on samurai during the Edo period. The lightest of the death penalty. In front of the autopsy, a kaishakunin shot down his neck from behind as he cut his belly. Japan calls Seppuku, hara-kiri, harikari. It is … Read More
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
It was the business center of Edo. The area is flooded with people who support economic activities, such as merchants and craftsmen who dream of prosperity from all over Japan, and the infrastructure is in place. “Nihonbashi”, which exists as a symbol of this area, was built in 1603 by the first wooden bridge … 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 self righteousness in Kanji designed by Aokage