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[220] まじょ | majo | witch

[220] まじょ | majo | witch

Korean - Who, what, when, where, why, and which. Questions.

Korean - Who, what, when, where, why, and which. Questions.

Because we all love Japanese. The swear words are always important to learn in any language, haha. :)

Because we all love Japanese. The swear words are always important to learn in any language, haha. :)

Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html

Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html

Guide to self-studying Japanese effectively: http://japanesetest4you.com/blog/is-it-possible-to-self-study-japanese/

Guide to self-studying Japanese effectively: http://japanesetest4you.com/blog/is-it-possible-to-self-study-japanese/

It is virtually always used when something doesn’t go along plan. Kuso is pretty much the equivalent of any English swear word you can imagine. Literally translated, kuso means feces. Over time, it has grown to be one of the most common swear words used in the Japanese language, ironically almost the same as in the English language.

It is virtually always used when something doesn’t go along plan. Kuso is pretty much the equivalent of any English swear word you can imagine. Literally translated, kuso means feces. Over time, it has grown to be one of the most common swear words used in the Japanese language, ironically almost the same as in the English language.

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Kintsugi: The Japanese Art of Beauty in Brokenness

Kintsugi: The Japanese Art of Beauty in Brokenness