Shochikubai - Zangyo-Ninja

charms and is said to be auspicious along with the crane turtle. Since all three can withstand the cold, they are called Three Friends of Winter and are used for ceremonies as congratulations. A word used in place of each grade when goods and seats are divided into three grades.

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five stars - Zangyo-Ninja

1. In terms of grade and rating, evaluate on a 5-point scale from 1 star to 5 stars. Or such a rating system. 2. The highest evaluation in the evaluation system that evaluates on a 5-point scale. 3. Five planets known from ancient times in China. The names of Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus, and … Read More

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three stars - Zangyo-Ninja

1. Three stars. Also, something like that. 2. In terms of grade and rating, evaluate on a three-point scale from one star to three stars. Or such a rating system. 3. The highest evaluation in the evaluation system that evaluates in 3 stages. Japanese calls Mitsu-boshi

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certain victory, win - Zangyo-Ninja

Be sure to win. Wish to win by all means. In Japan, you can see a headband that says it is a victory for watching sports, and a Japanese supporter who cheers on a banner, which Westerners are familiar with. Japanese says “Hissho”.

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I am glad you were born - Zangyo-Ninja

Baby birth celebration. A congratulatory message for the baby who were born. A word to congratulate you on being born in a new life. Japanese calls “Tan jo o me de to u”.

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Happy birthday in katakana - Zangyo-Ninja
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prize winner - Zangyo-Ninja

To receive an award. Those who won the Academy Awards, sports competitions, etc. Japan call “Ju sho sya”.

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Happy birthday to you - Zangyo-Ninja

Japan call “o tan jo bi o m ed e tou”. It’s hand-writing calligraphy style in Japanese Hiragana.

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biggest in history by vertically - Zangyo-Ninja

That there is nothing superior in the sense that it is to the present. The biggest thing in history. Japan call “Shi Jo Sai Dai”.

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happiness - Zangyo-Ninja

1. auspicious. 2. Great. Admirable. 3. compliment. It will be noted in the celebration. Japan call “Hiro”, “Yoshi”, “Yoshimi”, “Yomishi”.

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best on earth - Zangyo-Ninja

That there is nothing better than the world. First in the whole world. unique thing. Japanese says “Ten Ka Ichi”.

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bronze prize - Zangyo-Ninja

At the exhibition and fair, etc., the third place award next to the gold and silver awards. Japanese says “Do sho”.

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emperor - Zangyo-Ninja

One of the titles of the prince. In slang, dictatorial, high-pressure leaders and extremely talented athletes are sometimes called emperors. Japanese says “Ko tei”.

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Pyramid - Zangyo-Ninja

1. a massive monument with a square base and four triangular sides. 2. a polyhedron having a polygonal base and triangular sides with a common vertex. 3. a monumental achievement. Japan calls “Kin ji to”.

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gold prize - Zangyo-Ninja

first-place prize. First prize at exhibitions and fairs. Japanese says “Kin-Sho”.

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congratulations 3 - Zangyo-Ninja

the act of acknowledging that someone has an occasion for celebration. representing longevity Kanji. Japanese says Kotobuki or Ju.

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congratulations 1 - Zangyo-Ninja

the act of acknowledging that someone has an occasion for celebration. representing longevity Kanji. Japan calls Kotobuki or Ju.

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rookie of the year - Zangyo-Ninja

the Rookie of the Year award. Japan calls Shin-jin-sho.

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heroic legendary tale - Zangyo-Ninja

Legend of Heroes. a fabulous hero. a legendary hero. Japanese says Ei-yu-den-setsu.

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hero - Zangyo-Ninja

1. a being of great strength and courage celebrated for bold exploits. 2. a man distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength. Japanese says Ei-yu.

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championship - Zangyo-Ninja

1. be the winner in a contest or competition. 2. a successful ending of a struggle or contest. Japanese says Yu-sho.

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top of the world - Zangyo-Ninja

the best (greatest) in the world. world’s top Japanese says Se-kai-ichi.

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strongest - Zangyo-Ninja

most, greatest cf. Achilles is the greatest and most fearsome warrior at that time. Japan is today considered to be one of the greatest economic powers of the world. Spain was one of the world’s mightiest nations. Japanese says Sai-kyo.

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