1. It is a phenomenon in which magma and rocks inside the earth are ejected from a volcano to the ground relatively rapidly. It is one of the volcanic activities, and it is a large scale of comparative cough due to the nature of magma. 2. Expression of anger. The anger is stronger than … Read More
1. A person who teaches academics, techniques, and entertainment. Especially school teachers. Also, the person who is being taught. 2. A word that respects academic people such as Pastor, Master, Doctors, and Deputies, and people in leadership positions. 3. Calling others, including friendliness and teasing. 4. A person who was born before me. Japanese … Read More
Crossdressing generally refers to men wearing women’s clothing (including make-up and hairstyles). In this case, it refers to a person who is good at dressing up as a woman and is absorbed in it. Japanese calls Jo-so-ma-ni-a.
Toyoda, Toyota means a field where you can get a good harvest, which gives you abundant fruit. A place name in central Aichi prefecture. The location of the Toyota Motor Corporation Head Office. The old town area in the northeastern part of Shimonoseki City, western Yamaguchi Prefecture. The old town area in the midwestern … Read More
1. A holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. December 25th is the Roman-Catholic and Protestant churches, which are celebrated on January 7th in the Greek Orthodox Church and January 19th in the Armenian Church. 2. Since “Kotansai” is widely used by gods, Buddhas and monarchs, it is thought that “Seisansai” has also become … Read More
A lawyer, along with a judge and a prosecutor, is one of the three legal professionals and a legal practitioner. And while judges and prosecutors are civil servants, lawyers are called legal profession. In other words, a lawyer is a person who is active in civil and criminal proceedings for the client, performs other … Read More
Leader of a group of juvenile delinquents such as junior high and high school students. Officials of various priests other than the provisions of the decree, who are in charge of guarding the palace and who command a large number of subordinates. Japanese calls “Ban Cho”.
1. There is a fine brown-brown pattern throughout, and the beak is small, but the mouth is large when opened, and has long bristle around it. At night, prey on insects while flying, squeaks with a quick mouth, and stops parallel to the branches. Distributed in southern Asia. 2. A word used mainly in … Read More
1. Money / goods paid as compensation for labor or use of goods. 2. In brain science, a stimulating stimulus that encourages a person to take a specific action. And what causes it. A meal that satisfies your appetite or a partner that satisfies your sexual desire. Japan call “Ho shu”.
1. A medium-sized bird in the Yotaka family that catches and eats insects in the evening. 2. A person who walks at night. In particular, in the Edo period, the prostitutes of the lower level who drew customers on the street at night. Japan call “Yo taka”.
1. This refers to the ability and wisdom to handle Japanese business practices and current affairs for the knowledge gained from studying Han studies. 2. A spirit unique to the Japanese people, used in national ideology since the early modern times. Japanese consciousness. Japan says “Yamato Damashii”.
1. A person whose job is to create works and buildings using hand techniques and tools. 2. Techniques applied to workpieces and buildings. design. Preference. 3. Technique to create beautiful things. 4. The method that it found through thinking. Ingenuity. Japan call “Takumi”.
1. The temperament, the attitude, and the appearance are refreshing and the sexual appeal is clear. 2. A good understanding of human sensitivity, especially gender relationships. 3. Be familiar with the circumstances of Hanayagi world. Japan call “Sui” “Iki”.
1. A stranger such as a bandit or enemy. 2. Someone who can’t go straight. A person with a habit. 3. Things that can’t be guarded. Things that can’t be forgiven. Things you don’t know. 4. monster. Japan call “Kuse mono”.
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”.
In the history of techniques that produce works in theaters such as Gagaku, Noh, Bunraku, Kabuki, Japanese music, folk performing arts, music, or traditional craft techniques such as pottery, lacquer, dyeing, metalwork, woodwork, bamboo, etc. , It means something with high artistic value. Japan call “Mu kei bun ka zai”.
1. There is no glamorous appearance, but something that makes you feel attractive. 2. The silver itself and its color that has been oxidized. Silver is covered with silver sulfide over the years by sulfurizing the surface by chemical reaction. Japan call “I bu shi gi n” that it’s in Japanese Hiragana and Kanji.
It is appointed by the Board of Directors, which makes management decisions on behalf of shareholders, and bears ultimate responsibility for corporate management policies. It is often the same as the chairman of the board of directors. Japan call “Sai ko kei ei seki nin sha”.
It is a coined word pointing to a woman who is active in love. There is “herbivorous girl” as an opposite word. It began to be featured in mass media around 2008. Japan call “Niku shoku jo shi”.