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Let's play Shiritori!

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Member Since
7 Mar, 2019
Location
Omura, Japan
Number of Posts
2

恵方巻 

[え・ほ・ま・]

Ehomaki - The large sushi roll you eat on Setsubun in the correct cardinal direction.

#341 Posted by Aubin over 2 years ago
Member Since
29 Mar, 2019
Number of Posts
2

金曜 

「きん よう 」 Friday

#342 Posted by Pebblesrockz over 2 years ago
Member Since
19 Feb, 2018
Location
Motherbase
Number of Posts
3

Biru

#343 Posted by TafferCharles over 2 years ago
Member Since
30 Aug, 2019
Location
India
Number of Posts
2

るいじ

resemblance, similarity

 

Ashmith 

 

#344 Posted by ashmith over 1 year ago
Member Since
25 Mar, 2020
Location
Ashiya
Number of Posts
1

I'll join in the fun !

 

自動車

 

Ji do sha

 

 

Samurai.

SMR

#345 Posted by samurai_ryosuke about 12 months ago
Member Since
15 Jun, 2020
Location
Here
Number of Posts
34

写真機 

しゃしん - camera

~KKN

#346 Posted by Koukina about 9 months ago
Member Since
7 Jan, 2021
Location
France
Number of Posts
2

- kimono

 

Japanese traditional clothing

にほんご だいすき 🥰

#347 Posted by Neortiku about 3 months ago
Member Since
26 Aug, 2020
Location
South Africa
Number of Posts
29

It seems that people in this thread don’t get the gist of the game. I am sensing that they like to join, but are all taken aback with how we enjoy continuing the flow of the game. Anyway, if the cycle ends and there would be another thread about it, I would like to further explain what our dear @kyururin told before. The game is a great tool to improve everyone’s knowledge of the Japanese language. Here’s how it works: (1) one person starts with a word; (2) the next person takes the last letter from the last word to create a new word,  and so on.

Aurea Granado Olivas

#348 Posted by AureaRea about 2 weeks ago
Member Since
26 Aug, 2020
Location
South Africa
Number of Posts
29

すな Suna (Sand). Before I started studying Japanese, I never realized villages from Naruto have very direct names.

Aurea Granado Olivas

#349 Posted by AureaRea about 1 week ago

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