Japanese Vocabulary Lesson 8: Weather

Today we’ll talk about that thing that everyone talks about when they don’t know what to say – the weather! šŸ˜€

In this month, it is the rainy season in Japan, so in the last days I can’t see anything but clouds and rain. Kinda depressing, but at night I actually like it. And as long as there is no wind, I’m fine with it šŸ™‚

But on to the Japanese words!

Sunny – ę™“ć‚Œ, ćÆ悌 (hare)

Cloudy – ꛇ悊, 恏悂悊 (kumori)
Rainy – é›Ø, 恂悁 (ame)
Snowy – é›Ŗ, 悆恍 (yuki)
Windy – é¢Ø, 恋恜 (kaze)

Now let’s proceed to a little more advanced Nature vocabulary!

Storm – 嵐, 恂悉恗 (arashi)
Typhoon – 台é¢Ø, ćŸć„ćµć† (taifuu)
Tornado – ē«œå·», ćŸć¤ć¾ć (tatsumaki)
Earthquake – 地震, 恘恗悓 (jishin)
Tsunami – ę“„ę³¢, 恤ćŖćæ (tsunami)

And that’s all for today!

Tomorrow I’ll upload photos of today’s trip to Kamakura! šŸ™‚

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