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Educational infographic : Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban gol

Educational infographic : Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban gol

I love these little phrases, I can say them and people won't know what I'm talking about. Except those who follow me...

Everyday, a little bit of Japanese ^__^ A guide for every picture: Every picture is divided into 5 parts -the number of the post in Japanese -the kanji -the furigana -the romanization (Japanese.

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There are you will encounter and Hiragana is the first type of Japanese alphabet you would want to master. And with the help of this article below, you will be able to master it in a very very shor…

japanese-hiragana-WA

japanese-hiragana-WA

Hatsuyume (初夢) is the first dream a person will have in the new year. It is a…

japanloverme: “ Hatsuyume (初夢) is the first dream a person will have in the new year. It is a traditional Japanese belief that the dream will foretell the future/luck that awaits the dreamer in the.

Tanabata (七夕, meaning “Evening of the seventh”) is a Japanese festival originating from the Chinese Qixi Festival. It celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi represented respectively by the stars Vega and Altair. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar.

Tanabata (七夕, meaning “Evening of the seventh”) is a Japanese festival originating from the Chinese Qixi Festival. It celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi represented respectively by the stars Vega and Altair. According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month of the lunisolar calendar.

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