1. The front and back of an object. The outside and inside of the matter. Also, it must be in a front-to-back relationship. Positions and positions conflict with each other. 2. There is a difference between the outside and the inside. The difference between what you say and do in public and what you … Read More
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
Buddhist language. Everything has changed, and it is not a permanent residence. Everything in this world changes quickly and does not stay in the same state for a while. Especially the ephemeral nature of life. Don’t know when you will die. Japanese says “Mu Jou”.
An unsatisfactory sigh when you are in very troubled or extremely painful. It also refers to the state at such time. When you have a lot of hard work and hard work, you are exhausted from your body and mind, and you have a hard time breathing. Japan call “Ai iro to iki”.
1. To endless forever. It exists beyond time. 2. A philosophy that is thought to last indefinitely while in time itself. Also, like mathematical truth, something that is known in time is considered to be valid regardless of time. Japan call “Ei en” and “To wa”.
1. Be innocent. 2. There is no work of will and feelings. 3. Buddhist term 4. Waka / Renka with the aim of humor and obscene expression. 5. Lack of thought. Don’t be clever. 6. There is no heart to understand the emotion. 7. Don’t be considerate. Japan call “Mu shin”.
As the word Edo period identity system agro-industry trader, samurai stands above the world, holds the virtue of Confucianism, acts as a saint, and should be encouraged by martial arts. It seems that it was considered as virtue not to be caught by life such as food, food and housing, to think of the … Read More
Japanese says “Bu shi do”. As the word Edo period identity system agro-industry trader, samurai stands above the world, holds the virtue of Confucianism, acts as a saint, and should be encouraged by martial arts. It seems that it was considered as virtue not to be caught by life such as food, food and … Read More