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一番好きな日本語の言葉

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俺の一番好きな言葉は愛だ。人の心を受け入ればそれは愛だからさ!

#11 Posted by FujiwaraNoTobi over 7 years ago
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さて、他の誰が黒執事を見て?

Today is a particular person's special gala.  The final great ceremony in each human's life..A Funeral  Life isn't that sweet.  That's why everyone wants sweet things.

#12 Posted by xXx葬儀屋xXx over 7 years ago
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僕の好きな日本語の言葉は、夢、蝶、究極!^^多すぎるよ。

#13 Posted by oscar7777 over 7 years ago
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今まで、あたしの一番好きな日本語の言葉は『必然』と思います。たぶん。けど、英語の翻訳は変と思います。同じのいみがない。

#14 Posted by krayolablue91 over 6 years ago
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14 Mar, 2016
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Australia
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私の一番好きな日本語の言葉は木漏れ日です。
木漏れ日は英語での言葉はないが、意味は「Sunlight filtering through trees」です。

#15 Posted by Kapi over 5 years ago
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Michigan
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めちゃ(KANSAIBEN)

Any body looking to meet up around metro-detroit, MI and discuss Japanese I'd love to meet!

#16 Posted by adam wolf over 5 years ago
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僕の一番好きな日本語の言葉は「花火」です。英語で「Firework]というし、読み方は「はなび」です。

#17 Posted by kaykay101221 over 3 years ago
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16 Feb, 2021
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書き順は書きやすいから、大好きな日本語の言葉は「戦争」です!

戦争は英語で「War」と言います。

#18 Posted by niru about 2 months ago
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26 Aug, 2020
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Japan
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Hello! I have only been to Japan a few times but I have already memorised some of the Japanese words that I think sound really good to me. Here are some of the words I would like to share with you (1) Shinrinyoku: it means ‘forest bath’, really magical! (2) Ikigai: it goes like something about the reason for being. (3) Itadakimasu: this one is very common. At first I thought it was the Japanese term for ‘thank you’, but it is actually literally translated as ‘i humbly receive’. Like, wow, I really feel deep down the humility of these people. I can’t even fathom that one.

Utagawa Aki

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