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Archive for March, 2014

Have you seen me? Posted by on Mar 7, 2014

Hi, there! It’s Friday, and I thought I would share with you something fun today. I recently came across an article discussing about this trend in Japan. It was too cute not to share with you all.  He’s been around for over a year now, so some of you might know him already. Meet the…

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Let’s practice reading more Kanji’s! Posted by on Mar 5, 2014

Kanji’s might look hard to read at first, but once you master the basic Kanji’s, I promise it will get easier. Writing Kanji’s is hard, but reading them is not so bad. In this article, let me introduce you to some Kanji’s that represent the days of the week, such as Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays, etc…

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Special day just for girls is here! Posted by on Mar 3, 2014

March 3rd is a special day for young girls every year in Japan.  It is called Hinamatsuri (ひなまつり、雛祭り).  In English, it is called Doll’s Festival or Girl’s Day. People in Japan celebrate March 3rd every year, wishing their daughters for their happiness for many years to come. Hinamatsuri(ひなまつり、雛祭り). originated as an ancient custom called hina-nagashi(ひなながし、雛流し), or “doll…

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