Bento in Kanji as old character form - Zangyo-Ninja

Generally, it is a portable meal consisting of rice and side dishes in a container such as a box. In some cases, rice is not used, such as in sandwiches and spaghetti. History of Bento Heian – Kamakura Period The concept of all portable food as bento goes back to the Heian period (794-1185). … Read More

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Turmeric in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It is characterized by its fragrance, bitterness, and golden color, and is used by drying its roots and stems. Besides being used as a spice in curry, it is widely used as a dye for cloth, mustard, cheese, and other food coloring. Turmeric loved around the … Read More

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Yukata in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Yukata was originally used by aristocrats in the Heian period (794-1185) when they entered steam baths, to avoid burns from the steam. The yukata is said to have originated in the Heian period, when aristocrats wore “yukatabira” made of hemp to prevent burns from the steam. As time went by, the yukata became the … Read More

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mt.fuji - Zangyo-Ninja

Mt.Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. The highest point on Mt. Fuji is Kengamine, which is about 3,776 meters high. The period during which you can safely climb Mt. Fuji is two months from early July to mid-September. is. About 300,000 people will climb Mt. Fuji in the next two months. Fuji has … Read More

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fairy in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

A supernatural being that lives in a world that is closely related to the human world and can change shape. Their beauty and ugliness, size, good and bad, and other characteristics vary greatly depending on the region and era, but in general they have a very human-like appearance and character, often lacking in conscience … Read More

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mandala in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Mandala, which is said to have originated in ancient India, is said to have spread to Central Asia, China, the Korean Peninsula, and Japan, and there are various types. In Japan, it is often treated as a principal image in the form of a hanging scroll. There are many different ways of expression. Mandala … Read More

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free free free in Kanji, Katakana and Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

There is no price for goods or services. It’s Free written vertical in Japanese Katakana. Free written horizon in Japanese Kanji. Free written vertical in Japanese Hiragana. Hiragana and katakana are colloquial translations of Kanji, so the meaning may not be understood depending on what is written. Japanese called “tada” in Japanese katakana and … Read More

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charcoal grilled in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

A dish in which the ingredients are grilled over an open flame using charcoal fire that was created using charcoal as fuel. Charcoal fire emits far infrared rays four times as much as gas, and radiant heat directly burns ingredients. In the case of gas containing hydrogen, it generates water vapor. Charcoal, on the … Read More

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Shochikubai in Kanji - 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. Pine, bamboo, and plum … Read More

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front and back in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

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

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andradite in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

End-member of garnet solid solution. It is one of the most beautiful members of the garnet family. This is because it has greater light dispersibility than diamond. They come in a variety of colors, but the most beautiful ones are yellow, yellow-green, and emerald. It is common in skarn and limestone Hornfels. A stone … Read More

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Japanese in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

A language spoken by 120 million inhabitants of the Japanese archipelago. It is used almost as a single language in Japan. The Japanese vocabulary is divided into three types: Japanese, Chinese, and loanwords. The notation is very complicated, and sometimes Chinese characters, hiragana, katakana, etc. are mixed. The dialects differ significantly in terms of … Read More

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chalcedony in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

A mineral made of extremely fine granular or fibrous quartz. It may also contain a mineral called moganite, which is polymorphic to quartz. There are various colors such as colorless, red, orange (daidai), green, yellow, and black, and there are various variant names. Some are used as decorative stones such as agate, carnelian, and … Read More

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silver in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

It belongs to the 11th group of the periodic table, and its simple substance is a bluish-white metal with a beautiful luster, and is lined up with gold as a precious metal. Silver is a metal that has been known for a long time, as the scene of trading in silver coins appears in … Read More

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My gravy in Kanji and Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

It’s mean my hot sweat or my hot cum. It’s coined word. Japanese says “Ore no niku jiru”.

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Hayashi in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

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

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dressing gown in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

1.Loose clothes to wear when relaxing indoors. 2.The clothes that the prostitute wears when she is in the room. Japanese says “He ya gi”.

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flavor of native dishes in Kanji and Hiragana - Zangyo-Ninja

In summary, dishes made with ingredients such as preserved foods, fermented foods, and seasonings that people have thought about in the process of living in the area and forming the area. Japanese said “Furu sato no aji” and “Ko kyo no aji” in Japanese Kanji and Hiragana.

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normal regular in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

1. It is very common. Be normal. 2. To communicate widely or to the public. Also common to all things within a certain range, with no exceptions. Japan call “Fu tu”.

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Tsunami in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

When a crustal movement in the vertical direction occurs on the ocean floor due to a large earthquake at the ocean floor, the seawater above it is disturbed and propagates as a long wave. This wave has an extremely long wavelength compared to the wave height and is not recognized as a wave offshore, … Read More

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Black vinegar pickles in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Food soaked in black vinegar for several hours to several days. There are few foods on the market because there are many recipes for pickling homemade vegetables. Japan call “Kuro zu zuke”.

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pale pink in Kanji wrote by vertically - Zangyo-Ninja

1. One of the color names. Pale, slightly dull red. The pale hue of pale red has a calm and understated impression. 2. Crimson thinly drawn on lips and cheeks. Japan call “Usu beni” “Tan ko”.

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certain alien species in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

It is designated as an alien species of overseas origin that damages or may cause damage to the ecosystem, human life / body, agriculture, forestry and fisheries. Specific exotic organisms are limited to living organisms, and include not only individuals but also eggs, seeds, and organs. Japan call “Toku tei gai rai shu”.

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grossularite in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

There are many specimens such as cute berry pink raspberry cookies and orange hesonite gems. Grossularite(Grossular) have a pale green color and are therefore named after the Latin word for gooseberry. Japan call “Kai ban zaku ro ishi”.

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Usuzakura color in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Light cherry blossoms. Also its color. Japan call “Usu zakura”. HEX #fdeff2 RGB R:253 G:239 B:242 CMYK C:0% M:6% Y:4% K:1%

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natural monument in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

Scientifically valuable animals, plants, geological minerals, and their designated areas for conservation and preservation in the areas where they exist. Japan call “Ten nen ki nen butsu”.

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Bossa nova in Katakana - Zangyo-Ninja

A new form of samba born in Brazil around 1958. Composers and pianists Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927-94), singers and guitarist João Gilberto, and others are the origins, and in contrast to samba, which is characterized by their wildness and enthusiasm, the influence of West Coast jazz It had an intellectual and calm sense and … Read More

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malachite in Kanji - Zangyo-Ninja

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”.

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