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Must Know Golden Week Vocabulary

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Golden week is almost here! In few days it will be the beginning of the Golden week, the longest public holiday in Japan.

It’s an exciting moment for a lot of people as it’s the period for some time off and to fully enjoy Spring. Here is the list of Top Words you need to know for your holidays!

1. Traffic jam

渋滞 (じゅうたい)

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2. Warm

暖かい (あたたかい)

3. Golden Week holidays

ゴールデンウィーク

4. Chimaki

ちまき

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5. Constitution Day

憲法記念日 (Constitution Day)

6. Kashiwamochi

柏餅 (かしわもち)

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7. Greenery Day

みどりの日 (みどりのひ)

8. Children’s Day

子供の日 (こどものひ)

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9. Trip abroad

海外旅行 (かいがいりょこう)

10. Doll for the Boys’ Festival in May

五月人形 (ごがつ にんぎょう)

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11. Traveling

旅行 (りょこう)

12. Koinobori

鯉のぼり(こいのぼり)

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    The Top 5 Shortcuts To Learning Japanese!

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    You may roll your eyes at this one, but it’s true! If you learn how to make your study time enjoyable, chances are you’ll be more inclined to study! Try changing it up every now and then with something new. Watch a TV show in Japanese or listen to some Japanese music! The sky is the limit!

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    Top 5 Japanese Pop Culture Icons

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    Japan is a country rich in pop culture, which has spread all around the world and had a big influence. Popular culture changes quickly and drastically, but who are the biggest icons from Japanese Pop Culture in recent years? Here is our Top 5!

    1. ハローキティ - Hello Kitty

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    Hello Kitty, also known as Kitī-chan in Japanese, is one of the major characters in Japan, and a symbol of “Cute” culture. Hardcore fans of Kitty are called kitirā (キティラー). Hello Kitty is popular overseas as well. For example, celebrities like Paris Hilton, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga are known to be enthusiastic Kitty fans.

    2. AKB48

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    AKB48 is currently the most popular idol group in Japan, and known for the fact that they have many overseas fans as well. Working from the concept of “idols whose fans can meet and greet”, they have live performances at their own theater, or handshake sessions as part of their service to their fans. AKB was the first female idol group in Japan to adopt a general election system to decide on its members.

    3. 初音ミク - Hatsune Miku

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    Many people may think of Hatsune Miku as a character with green twin ponytails. Hatsune Miku has been recognized as one of the most famous characters in the world, but the name was originally used for a synthetic vocal sound source. When they created a character of a virtual reality idol for the sound source so that it would be more realistic, it became a big hit across Japan. And not only did it become popular in the country, but it has also gained a big reputation overseas, and even performed in the first part of one of Lady Gaga’s concerts.

    4. きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ - Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

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    Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is a fashion icon of the Kawaii (かわいい, “cute”) style, which is highly regarded overseas, and has gone on multiple word tours. She has also been chosen as the “Harajuku Kawaii Ambassador” (Harajuku kawaii taishi, 原宿カワイイ大使) based in Harajuku, which is the center of Japanese pop culture. Although she started her career as a fashion model in Japan, she has become well-known as a singer since her first single Tsukematukeru (つけまつける) was a big hit.

    5. ポケモン - Pokemon

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    Pocket Monsters – also known as Pokemon – have captured the hearts of children, not only in Japan, but also around the world. It all started from game software for Game Boy which was released by Nintendo in 1996. The game was so popular among both boys and girls that it became one of the biggest megahits in the Japanese game industry. This year Pokemon celebrated its 20th anniversary with a 5 million dollar commercial.

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    10 Japanese Anime Words other languages want in their Dictionary

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    Thanks to Japanese, we realize we miss a lot of words and expressions in our own languages. If you’re looking for Japanese words we should have in our dictionary, this list is for you!

    You can hear these commonly used words in anime or dramas. They are pretty easy to understand, but when it comes to translating them or to explaining the meaning, it’s a different story! However, we tried to find the best definition for you, so arigatou for your understanding!

    1. 先生 (Sensei) “Professor”

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    This word can be used for all the people that teach you something. A teacher, a doctor, a philosopher… everybody can be a sensei for somebody else.

    2. お疲れ様 (Otsukaresama) “Good work today

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    After a good day of work, you can use otsukaresama as a catch-all farewell of sorts when you’re passing a coworker in the hall on the way home at the end of the day. It means that even if you’re tired, a good job has been done.

    3. しょうがない (Shoganai) “Nothing can be done about it/It can’t be helped”

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    The Japanese phrase shoganai, or “it can’t be helped,” is an important word in Japanese. It’s often used to describe Japanese culture, thinking and values. Shoganai is essentially a philosophy. It says that if something is out of your control, it’s better to quickly accept it and move on.

    4. 頂きます (Itadakimasu) “I humbly receive”

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    In Japan, it’s common to say itadakimasu before eating a meal. The word itadakimasu is often translated as “I humbly receive,” but when relating to food, it’s often compared to saying “Let’s eat,” “Bon appétit,” or “Thanks for the food.”

    5. 猫舌 (Nekojita) “Cat’s tongue”

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    It’s not uncommon to see, for example, in a ramen restaurant how Japanese people enter, order, eat and leaves in just a few minutes. Some people seem to not care about something being really really hot. In Japan, people who unable to eat really hot food are called nekojita. It literally means “cat’s tongue.”

    6. 木漏れ日 (Komorebi) “The light that filters through the trees”

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    This is the word the Japanese have for when sunlight filters through the trees – the interplay between the light and the leaves. It’s a beautiful word with a poetic meaning.

    7. 上げ劣り (Ageotori) “To look worse after a haircut”

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    This is the horrible feeling you have after visiting the hairdresser and they totally messed up your hair!

    8. ドキドキ (Dokidoki) “Onomatopoeia for heartbeat”

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    This is usually used to refer to the heart beating in relation to love, like how the heart beats faster when you are around that one special person. You will often find it Japanese romance anime and manga.

    9. 森林浴 (Shinrinyoku) “Forest bathing”

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    This word is used when you get deep into the woods, where everything is silent and peaceful for relaxation.

    10. バカ (Baka) “Idiot”

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    Top 10 most famous Japanese Food

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    1. おでん。- Oden.

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    2. しゃぶしゃぶ。- Shabu shabu

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    3. 天麩羅。- Tempura.

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    4. 寿司。- Sushi.

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    5. 焼き鳥。- Yakitori.

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    6. 牛丼。- Gyudon.

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    7. 蕎麦。- Soba.

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    8. 餅。- Mochi.

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    9. 納豆。- Natto.

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    10. おでん。- Oden.

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    Top 10 Hardest Words to Pronounce in Japanese

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    1. ツイッター。 - Twitter.

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    2. 伝えられなかった。 - Could not tell.

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    3. 侵略。 - invasion.

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    4. 便利。 - Convenient.

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    5. 出力。 - Output power.

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    6. 店員。 - Clerk.

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    7. 旅行。 - Traveling.

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    8. 暖かくなかった。 - Was not warm.

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    9. 駐車場。 - Parking lot.

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    10. おっちょこちょい。 - Clumsy.

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    The Top 5 Places To Travel In Japan!

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    For many Japanese learners, traveling to Japan is a main source of motivation.

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    1. Kyoto
    Japan’s formal capital, Kyoto is perhaps the most historical city in the entire country. Famous for its legendary temples and ancient aesthetic, Kyoto is a must-see city in Japan. Kyoto is known around Japan as the “thousand-year capital.”


    2. Tokyo
    This one is a no-brainer. Tokyo is regarded by many as the largest city in the world. If you want to see a futuristic metropolis that looks like it’s straight out of a video game, look no further!

    3. Osaka
    Osaka is one of Japan’s largest metro areas and is a business hub. But this city offers so much more than that! With temples around every corner in addition to modern attractions, Osaka is the perfect choice for someone who feels like Tokyo is just too much.

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    4. Okinawa
    Known for it’s beautiful beaches and warm weather, Okinawa is the perfect getaway from the fast-paced life of Japan. Okinawa is compromised of over 150 islands, so there is a lot to explore! The major area of Okinawa is Naha.

    5. Sapporo
    Located in northern Japan, known as Hokkaido, Sapporo is famous for skiing and food! The city also hosts a snow festival for the winter, which is a popular event among tourists! Made sure to grab a famous bowl of ramen while you’re here!

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