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qaqqar.work Jun 11
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Jeremy Gordon Jun 7
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kanji study bot 16h
【kanji study】子 child The pictograph indicates baby's big head with open arms.
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kanji study bot 4h
【kanji study】刀 katana The origin of "刀" is a curved sword. Check my blog →
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kanji study bot Jun 14
【kanji study】上 up "上" means "top", "up", and so on. This pictograph indicates the origin of "上".
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day 8h
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FUDEMIJIYA 8h
I tried to write the character "Narendra Modi" in KATAKANA
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japanickname 7h
You can create your name seal. Visit JapaNickname now.
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William Mallard Jun 12
’s newest : “tapioka,” depicting a woman next to a half-full cup, with a straw in it and a ball at the bottom. Singapore’s bubble tea has hit Japan in a big way.
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kanji study bot Jun 10
【kanji study】牛 cow A shape of a cow became the kanji "牛".
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Rick | リック Jun 9
While I can certainly read some basic , I sure as heck can’t write them very well or tell you the on-yomi and kun-yomi pronunciations. Decided I’d buy a workbook today to get me up to speed. Oh, I bought that bookmarker, too. Seems fitting, right? (:
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day Jun 15
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day Jun 11
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day Jun 14
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Kanji-Name 39m
If you want to get your own Japanese name. You can see samples and plans from here.
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Japanese Infinity Jun 15
洋 [ on: ヨ] ocean, western style N4
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japanickname 15h
Create your ORIGINAL stickers on JapaNickname. Visit now.
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day 16h
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Review three JLPT N5 kanji each day Jun 15
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kanji study bot Jun 15
What's the difference between "刀" and "剣"? →
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