Japanese Culture?@wkday

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Cats sound “nyah” to Japanese ears instead of “meow”. And 2, pronounced “ni” in Japanese makes February 22nd the Cat’s Day catching their calling three times. Mei-Shun plans to send a small gift to one of her cat-fancier friends.

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Waiting for …

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Our “Yellow Card” has grown up in buds. It is so nice to see her get more beautiful day by day, but – a whole month has already passed since we first found her in a small cluster. How long does it take to meet your petals?

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Spring Style

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Tora-chan looks getting slimmer these days. And the silky touch has begun to return on her fur coat. In the middle of winter, it was so thick that Mei-Shun felt like brushing a dog. Just one concern is the snowy weather in March here. Take care, darling.

Burned Corn …

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It’s normally all right. Mei-Shun is not so bad at making popcorn. However, she turned a wrong page this morning – most of them are browned or even blacked, smelling burned. Oh no, we would like popped ones. Tomorrow again.

St. Valentine’s Day

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… is actually a chocolate day for Japanese people. Mei-Shun has prepared boxes of chocolates for her lover, family members, close friends, colleagues, etc. When she stayed in UK, couples exchanged funny cards with each other on February 14th, looked very interesting. Which custom would you prefer?

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