月別アーカイブ:2021年03月

Japanese Life

Asukayama park, One of the most famous Cherry blossom spot in Tokyo.

Asukayama Park (飛鳥山公園) There are many famous cherry blossoms viewing (ohanami) spots in Tokyo. Ueno park, Shinjuku-gyoen, and Chidorigafuchi are really famous ohanami spots, but there is another great place to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo! It is Asukayama kouen (or Asukayama Park) which is located in Oji area, 20 minutes by train from Tokyo Station! Asukayama Park is not as big as Shinjuku-gyoen or Yoyogi park, but it has 600 cherry blossom trees, so you can enjoy the view of cherry blossoms up close! JustinaWe will share about what Asukayama Park is like! Cherry blossoms are so beautiful!! Asukayama ...

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How do you say spicy in Japanese ? Spicy level expressions and how to say you love spicy foods!

Many people’s image of Japanese food is mild, miso- or dashi-based food, but Japan also has a large variety of spicy foods. For example, Japanese curry (カレー) or tantan men (担々(たんたん)麺(めん)) are very popular for spicy food lovers! Have you ever wondered how to tell people what type of spicy food you like? In this article we’ll tell you about how to say "spicy" and different levels of spiciness in Japanese! JustinaI love spicy food! How can I say that? We'll share how to say that you love spicy food, too!Atsuya How do you say spicy in Japanese ? 辛(から)い ...

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Japanese onomatopoeia for food ! -Part 2-

Onomatopoeia is great way to express your feelings when you can't use ordinary words. Japanese has more than 4000 onomatopoeia! In our previous article, we shared about onomatopoeia for foods that are really common for Japanese people. Please check the link below if you haven't read it yet! Japanese onomatopoeia for food ! -Part1- - Nyapanese This article is our part 2 for food onomatopoeia. These onomatopoeia are for Japanese unique foods! JustinaWe will also share about onomatopoeia for the taste of food! You can understand how to say spiciness in Japanese onomatopoeia too!Atsuya Japanese onomatopoeia for food つるつる (tsuru-tsuru) ...

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Japanese onomatopoeia for food ! -Part1-

Crunch crunch, munch munch. There are many sounds you make when you eat or drink. Words that express sound are called onomatopoeia, and they don't just exist in English! It is said that Japanese actually has 4500 onomatopoeia! But here's the interesting part: they're not just for sounds! Japanese also has onomatopoeia to express motions, looks, condition, or how you feel. In regards to food, these can be jiggling or melty things. The second type of onomatopoeia are called mimetic words, or ideophones. They represent something that has no sound. For the rest of this article, we will refer to ...

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