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How to say “Gold” in Japanese

How to say “Gold” in Japanese

Kin (金)、Gōrudo Meaning: Gold Romaji:Kin,Gōrudo Hiragana:きん、ごーるど Katakana:キン、ゴールド Kanji:金 Gold is called Kin(金) in Japanese or just Gōrudo. Both ways are used a lot, but Kin is the standard way to say it. The kanji Kin can also be read as Kane(金), which means money. So when you read Kin(金), it …

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How to say “Brown” in Japanese

How to say “Brown” in Japanese

Chairo (茶色)、Kasshoku(褐色)、Kuriiro(栗色) Meaning:Brown Romaji:Chairo,Kasshoku,Kuriiro Hiragana:ちゃいろ、かっしょく、くりいろ Katakana:チャイロ、カッショク、クリイロ Kanji:茶色、褐色、栗色 Brown is called Chairo in Japanese. Kasshoku and Kuriiro are also used, but Chairo is the most commonly used. In writing, it is often written as 茶色, 褐色, and 栗色. But the kanji characters for 褐色 and 栗 are a bit difficult, so …

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How to say “Gray”“Grey” in Japanese

How to say “Gray”“Grey” in Japanese

Haiiro (灰色),Gurē(グレー),Nezumiiro(ねずみ色) Meaning: Gray Romaji: Haiiro,Gurē,Nezumiiro Hiragana:はいいろ、ぐれー、ねずみいろ Katakana:ハイイロ、グレー、ネズミイロ Kanji:灰色、鼠色(ねずみ色) In Japanese, Gray is called Gurē or Haiiro. We use both terms equally, but we tend to say Gurē more these days. In the case of Gurē, hiragana is also written, but only katakana is used. Conversely, we use only kanji …

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How to say “White” in Japanese

How to say “White” in Japanese

Shiro (白) Meaning: White Romaji: Shiro Hiragana:しろ Katakana:シロ Kanji: 白 White has an impression of innocence that is not mixed with other colors and has meanings such as purity, cleanliness, and holiness. Since white has no color, it is sometimes regarded as “nothing.” White can also mean no criminal charges …

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How to say “Black” in Japanese

How to say “Black” in Japanese

Kuro (黒) Meaning: Black Romaji: Kuro Hiragana:くろ Katakana:クロ Kanji: 黒 Tanning and burning the skin is called Hadaga Kuroi (肌が黒い) as well. When someone is strongly suspected of a crime, we use “Kuro” to mean “he must be Kuro!” which means he must be a criminal.” ・海に行ったから肌が黒くなった! Umini ittakara hadaga …

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How to say “Korean”“South Korean”“North Korean” in Japanese

How to say “Korean”“South Korean”“North Korean” in Japanese

Kankoku Jin (韓国人) Meaning: Korean Romaji: Kankokujin, Hiragana: かんこくじん Katakana: カンコクジン Kanji: 韓国人 Korean is called Kankokujin by most Japanese people in Japanese. In Japanese, people from that country are called by adding the country name + Jin (人). ・私は今日、韓国人と買い物にいきます。 Watashiwa Kyou、Kankokujinto Kaimononi Ikimasu。 “I will go shopping with a …

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What Does “Kakashi (かかし)” Mean In Japanese?

Kakashi (かかし) Meaning: Scarecrow Romaji: Kakashi Hiragana: かかし Katakana: カカシ Kanji: 案山子 Synonym: Odoshi(おどし),Souji(そうじ) Kakashi are dolls made of bamboo and straw that are placed in rice fields and fields to ward off harmful animals, such as birds, that destroy crops. Depending on the region, various nicknames exist, such as …

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10 Best Quotes By Naruto Uzumaki In Japanese

Naruto’s lonely childhood, his separation from Sasuke, his master’s death, the secret of his birth, etc., lead a heroic life, and these words carry weight. Naruto leaves various quotes that make us feel empathy and pierce our hearts. So, let me introduce you to Uzumaki Naruto quotes. Massugu Jibunno Kotobawa …

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What Does “Dattebayo (だってばよ)” Mean In Japanese? (Naruto)

Dattebayo (だってばよ) Meaning: The phrase doesn’t have any meaning Romaji: Dattebayo Hiragana: だってばよ Katakana: ダッテバヨ Kanji:- “Dattebayo,” which is known as the catchphrase of the main character of the manga “NARUTO,” is translated into English as “Believe it,” but the phrase itself has no particular meaning and is an expression …

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