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User Image min2askey Posted: Jan 23, 2018 2:11 PM (UTC)
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品川のブルーボトルあるある(?) 3週間ぶりにやまださんに会ったよお好み焼き食べたよ今年もいっぱい美味しいもん食べに行こう
#shinagawa#station#tokyo#coffee
User Image luxlightr Posted: Jan 23, 2018 1:48 PM (UTC)

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Cafe-hopping in 2018 vol.8

blue bottle caffee

ずーっと、気になっていたcafeにやっといけた🙌🙌🙌
ラテアート、最後までつぶれず、決め細かな泡。
時間なくて、ちょっと、急ぎぎみで頂きましたが、美味しいカフェラテでした❣️ #カフェ巡り #cafehopping #品川 #shinagawa #bluebottlecoffee #ブルーボトルコーヒー #cafe #cafelate #カフェラテ #yummy
User Image kamome2go Posted: Jan 23, 2018 1:35 PM (UTC)

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#japan #tokyo #shinagawa #品川区 #五反田 #gotanda #うどん #udon

冷ぶっかけねぎ増し。

おにやんまの麺、単にコシが強いだけじゃなく、柔らかさもあるやわコシ。

シンプル。麺とねぎ、おろしのハーモニーを味わうには、ぶっかけイズベスト。しかも、これで五反田価格の¥400。

五反田勤務だと、毎日これ食えるんよなぁ羨ましいよなぁ。
User Image ur_japanese_tutor Posted: Jan 23, 2018 1:33 PM (UTC)

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The kanji’s for 1st graders and foreign learners. ———————
Meaning of this kanji: 十/ とお /ジュウ = juice———————
Please learn the Chinese reading(s) =on-yomi [sometimes different ones exist depending on different ages in Chinese history] as well as the Japanese reading(s)=kun-yomi.
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Learn the number and order of strokes (画)in writing shown by the contrast in black strokes against gray/grey strokes. ———————
Example sentences are: 十五夜の月を見る。= I watch the moon of the fifteenth night (of a lunar calendar). = Juu-go-ya no tsuki o miry.
十月 = October = juju-gatsu ———————-
Illustrations ©︎ Yamada Mitsuru & Tonton
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User Image your_private_japanese_tutor Posted: Jan 23, 2018 1:01 PM (UTC)

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The expression "nakitsura ni hachi" literally means "the bee [stings] when you're already crying," and it is used to mean "when it rains it pours or bad things come in threes."

When someone has been hit simultaneously with several bad breaks, it may be consoling to hear a friend say, "Nakitsura ni hachi." The philosophical surety of the phrase reminds Japanese that misfortune may indeed come in twos (or even threes). ________________________________
Sample text:
(Style: spoken/casual /male ) :
A: Yuka wa kinoo sensei ni shikararete nakinagara kaette kuru tochuu, Makio-kun ni karakawareta rashii n da. Mattaku nakitsura ni hachi to wa kono koto da na. :
A:ゆかはきのう先生にしかられて泣きながら帰ってくる途中、牧夫君にからかわれたらしいんだ。まったく泣き面に蜂とはこのことだな。

A:Yesterday, apparently, Yuka's teacher scolded her, and then as she was crying on her way home, Makio teased her. It's really true: "When it rains, it pours.” ————————————-
(adapted from "101 Japanese Idioms"; Illustration © Taki) —————————————-
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