Today’s kanji meaning is pretty simple, and I think you can get it just by looking at it and remembering two of the kanji we already studied here! (THIS ONE and THIS ONE) “A wind coming from the mountain” it’s what they call a storm! It’s read あらし (arashi) – yes, like the music group I presented … More Kanji Tip 18: 嵐 (storm)
Do you know Hana Yori Dango (花より男子)? It is a very popular drama in Japan that was broadcasted a few years ago. It has two seasons and a movie. I will do a review on it soon! For now enjoy a short video of it! (might contain spoilers!)
Arashi (嵐, literally meaning “storm”) is a Japanese idol group of five members: 大野 智 (Oono Satoshi), 櫻井 翔 (Sakurai Shou), 相葉 雅紀 (Aiba Masaki), 二宮 和也 (Ninomiya Kazunari) and 松本 潤 (Matsumoto Jun). 松本 潤 (Matsumoto Jun) 二宮 和也 (Ninomiya Kazunari) 相葉 雅紀 (Aiba Masaki) 大野 智 (Oono Satoshi) 櫻井 翔 (Sakurai Shou) The … More Japanese Music: 嵐 (Arashi)
24-Hour Television is a charity project from Nippon Television that started in 1978 to commemorate its 25th anniversary. Its main theme is “Love Saves the Earth”, and it has the purpose of introducing existing conditions of social welfare in Japan as well as around the world, and of appealing the need for assistance towards disadvantaged … More 24-Hour Television!