Random Kanji Knowledge time! Today’s kanji is 卵, which is read as tamago (tah-mah-go). 卵 means “egg.” With Easter tomorrow and all, eggs are very iconic for the holiday. The stroke order for 卵 is shown below.
Random Kanji Knowledge time! Today’s kanji is 絆, which is read as kizuna (key-zoo-na). 絆 means “bonds” (as in bonds that are emotional, relationship-driven and otherwise.) 絆 is a word you hear the Japanese say a lot. It’s important to talk about the “bonds” you have with others and what it means
“Koi ni Ochitara” by Crystal Kay.
I love card games. Card games can be extremely fun for me. I often use a lot of card analogies (e.g. not playing with a full deck) because I like how cards can represent the trials we go through in life. The combination of chance, carefully analyzing a scenario and then
“Addicted to Love” by W-inds.
If there is one thing I have learned from watching Japanese anime, TV shows or movies, it is that the Japanese culture really LOVES roll calls and transformation sequences (actually, I think Asian cultures in general love roll calls). There is something about taking turns and calling out your name
Song: Haruhi Suzumiya – God Knows (Official English Version)