flavor of native dishes
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Ingredients and dishes eaten at the place where you were born and raised. Or a dish made by the person who raised it. Japanese says “Ko Kyo no Aji”, “Furu Sato no Aji”. > How does it taste 🙂 ふるさとのあじ 漢字とひらがな

iridescent color
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1. A dyed or woven color that changes to green or purple due to the light rays. 2. A word that compares ambiguous expressions that can be interpreted in various ways depending on the viewpoint and position. Japanese calls Tama-Mushi-Iro. > colors stock 玉虫色 たまむしいろ

miso
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漢字 味噌 みそ a thick paste made from fermented soybeans and barley or rice malt. Japanese says mi-so. Please check it out! > example here! ミソ 発酵食品 漢字

front and back
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The front and back of the 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. Differences between words and attitudes and inwardness. There is a shadow or lying. Japanese says hyou-ri. 漢字 表裏 おもて うら ひょうり

instagram indulgence
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It is an SNS (social networking service) that posts photos and videos to communicate. People who enjoy this service every day. It is a coined word. Japanese says i-n-su-ta-za-n-ma-i. > SNS stocks 平仮名 ひらがな いんすたざんまい

my gravy
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It’s mean my hot sweat or my hot cum. It’s coined word. Japanese says ore-no-niku-jiru. > Message words from me stocks 俺の肉汁

meat man
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It’s coined word. It’s person who likes meat, fat man and thick man. We says “Niku o”. > include meat(Niku) Kanji stock 漢字 造語 肉男 にくお

Thank you so much
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1 an acknowledgment of appreciation. 2 a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. 3 an expression of gratitude. Japanese says kan-sha. > Thanks in Japanese Stock 漢字 感謝 かんしゃ

beach volleyball
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An outdoor variant of volleyball played on sand. Volleyball on the beach. Usually two people. The rules are almost the same as a six-player volleyball, using a slightly softer ball. Japanese says sa-dan-hai-kyu. 漢字 沙灘排球 ビーチバレー

Tennis team
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A ball game where two or two players play a ball with a racket over the net. It is a game adopted at the Olympics and Paralympics, and is widely known regardless of age, gender, or physical personality. The group of sports. Japanese says Tei-kyu-bu. > ball game, sports stocks 漢字 庭球部 ていきゅうぶ テニス部

the four seasons
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It means spring, summer, autumn, and winter. In turn, it may refer to a year. Since the four seasons are clear in Japan, each season has its own distinctive features and beauty. Japanese says syun-ka-syu-tou. > four character idiom stocks しゅんかしゅうとう 漢字 四季

organizer
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1 someone whose task is to see that work goes harmoniously. 2 a desk used for writing. 3 a secretary having administrative duties and responsibilities. Japanese says kan-ji. > social stock 漢字 幹事 かんじ

football team
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Club activities aimed at playing soccer (Association football) . Soccer (Association football) is one of the sports competitions in which one team is played by a total of two teams of 11 people using a round sphere. Japanese says shu-kyu-bu. > Ball game in Kanji stocks 漢字 蹴球部 サッカー部

Shouchikubai
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Shouchikubai 1 It’s happiness and fortune word. pine, bamboo and plum trees. 2 high, middle and low. top, middle and bottom. upper, medium, lower; first, second and third. Japanese says sho-chiku-bai. > Stock of New Year’s greetings しょうちくばい 漢字 松竹梅

Odawara
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A city in the southwestern part of Kanagawa Prefecture. The castle town of Hojyo in the Warring States period and Okubo in the Edo Period. In addition, it is a key post of Tokaido Shinkansen, Tokaido Main Line, Odakyu Odawara Line, etc. in the former post town of Tokaido. Please check it out!  > … Read More

chief
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1 the leader of a group of people. 2 the head of a tribe or clan. 3 the head administrative officer of a college or university.Japanese says shu-seki. > chief stocks しゅせき 漢字

basketball team
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A game in which two teams of five players each compete for one ball within a specified time and throw it into the basket of the other team to compete for points. And this competition team. Mainly refers to the school team. Japanese says ro-kyu-(bu). > Club Team stocks 漢字 籠球部 篭球部 バスケ部 バスケットボール部

challenger
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Those who challenge opponents who are stronger and more talented than themselves by participating in sports or playing games. Japanese says cyo-sen-sha. 漢字 挑戦者 ちょうせんしゃ

football
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any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other’s goal. Japanese says syu-kyu. > Ball game in Kanji stocks 漢字 蹴球 しゅうきゅう サッカー フットボール

serious
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concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities. > personality kanji stocks Japanese says ma-ji-me.漢字 真面目 まじめ

happy campaign
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shiawase is happy and literal translation as campaign. Japanese says shi-a-wa-se-kya-n-pe-n. > happy in Japanese Stock 平仮名 ひらがな 片仮名 カタカナ しあわせ キャンペーン しあわせキャンペーン

mountaineering club
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The part aimed at climbing. Japanese says san-gaku-bu. > Nakama Stocks 漢字 山岳部 さんがくぶ

Real satisfied life
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Net slang refers to people who have a fulfilling real life. The word itself was coined to be widely recognized by 2channel around 2005, and to masochistically express that the real life is not fulfilling for those who are immersed in the community on the Internet. Japanese says ri-a-ju. > wellness and peaceful 片仮名 … Read More

request association
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I am applying for dating (romance / seriousness). Japanese says ko-sai-shin-sei. > Kizuna stocks 漢字 交際申請 こうさいしんせい

make love tonight?
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make love tonight in Japanese Hiragana. it is literal translation. > Love in Japanese stock ひらがな めいくらぶとぅないと

splurge
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1. indulge oneself. Sift your energy. 2. Take the plunge and give money. bountiful. Japanese says fun-patsu. > uplift Kanji stocks 漢字 奮発 ふんぱつ

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