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Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -What is the hand for? (Traditional Japanese culture ,, calligraphy, color characters)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -What is the hand for? (Traditional Japanese culture, Japanese traditional culture, calligraphy, color characters) Hello. Hello, everyone. I'm Nishimoto, a color character teacher. I ’m an instructor of iro­moji (colored calligraphy), Nishimoto. This time, I wrote "What is my hand? What is my hand?" At this time, I wrote “What is the hand for? What does the hand do?”. I usually design in a place called "Gutara Bocchi" I ’m working as a designer at Gutarabotchi, There is a painting girl named ...

Kanji-Battle-Educational japanese language learning game

Website: App Store: Google Play: ■ About game That's japanese language kanji study war game. Learn to read kanji characters in a fun adventure! The hero prince is fighting with tiny monsters. Give correct answer to exam questions for attack monster. If you mistake, monster will hit you. Be careful! You can improve your kanji knowledge, improve brain and memory skills while playing action game and you will have a lot of fun! Recommended by teachers, good for boys, girls and kids. You need to know hiragana and katakana alphabet for play this game.All questions are writing as kana.You can ...

How To Make a Origami Paper Pheasant (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Pheasant)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → How To Make a Origami Paper Pheasant (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Pheasant) Today I would like to fold this “pheasant”. Today, I ’ll make this “pheasant”. First, make a crease with a diagonal line. Make diagonal creases. Fold it to fit the centerline. Fold it to put the sides along the center line. While aligning with the center line, fold it so that it can be pinched using the crease. Pick up and fold it following creases to put the sides along the center line. Turn ...

How To Make a Origami Paper camellia (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Japanese paper)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → How To Make a Origami Paper camellia (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Sazanka) Today I would like to fold this “Sazanka”. Today, I ’ll make this “camellia”. First, make a crease with a diagonal line. Make diagonal creases. Fold along the diagonal. Fold it to put a side along the diagonal crease. Similarly, fold along the diagonal line. Do same for four sides. Fold the ridges and valleys so that the inside corners come out. Pull out the inside corner and make the valley fold to a ...

Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -See you in a dream (Traditional Japanese culture ,, calligraphy, color characters)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -See you in a dream (Traditional Japanese culture, Japanese traditional culture, calligraphy, colored letters, let's meet with dreams) Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -See you in a dream- (karakurijapan) Hello. Hello, everyone. I am Ken Nishimoto, a color letter teacher. I ’m an instructor of iro-moji (colored calligraphy), Ken Nishimoto. This time, I wrote "Let's meet with a dream". At this time, I wrote “Yume de aimasho (See you in a dream)”. This is my favorite band, a band called "Ukadan" This is ...

Japanese Calligraphy by a Pen -Craftsman (Traditional Japanese culture, Japanese traditional culture, brush pen calligraphy, artisan)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → Japanese Calligraphy by a Pen -Craftsman (Traditional Japanese culture, calligraphy pen, artisan) I ’m Maria. Hello, I ’m Maria. Today is a “craftsman”. Today, I ’ll write “shokunin (craftsman)”. Yes, I was able to write "Artisan". I ’ve written shokunin. It ’s a craftsman in English. It ’s called craftsman in English. There are many things in the world, There are many things in the world, There are craftsmen who have mastered the path to the various things. and there are craftsmen who master each of ...

How To Make a Origami Paper Rose (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Rose)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → How To Make a Origami Paper Rose (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Rose) Today I would like to fold this “rose”. Today, I ’ll make this rose. First, make a crease with a diagonal line. At first, make diagonal creases. Then fold it so that the four corners are centered. Fold four corners to put them together with the center. In the same way, fold again so that the four corners are centered. Do it again for the corners. Fold it again in the same way. Do ...

How To Make a Origami Paper organ (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Organ)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Twitter → facebook → How To Make a Origami Paper organ (Traditional Japanese culture, Origami, Organ) Today I would like to fold this "organ". Today, I ’ll make this “organ”. First make a crease in half. Make a crease by folding it in half. Then fold it in half. Fold it in half. Fold it along the center line. Fold it to put the sides together with the center line. Make a crease. Make creases. Fold it so that it is crushed. Open and squash it. Fold it up. Fold ...

Japanese Calligraphy by a Pen-Beautiful (Traditional Japanese culture, Brush pen calligraphy, Beauty)

Please subscribe Subscribe → KARAKURIJAPAN official site → Instagram → Japanese Calligraphy by a Pen-Beautiful (Traditional Japanese culture, calligraphy, calligraphy, beauty) I ’m Maria. Hello, I ’m Maria. Today is “Beauty”. Today, I ’ll write “bi (beautiful)”. I was able to write. “Beauty”. I ’ve written “bi”. Beautiful in English. Be means beautiful in English. I say this to many beautiful things, The word beautiful is used for various things. In particular, I tried to write with the image of a woman. I wrote it imaging especially beauty of women. Well, let's take in a line-like book with a smoldering ...

BEAUTIFUL CANNIBAL FISH. Japanese Culture

Humans view cannibalism as a dirty, rotten concept and they would never associate it with anything visually pleasant.On the other hand, in the animal world, these ideas do not exist.In this video we can notice how a splendid fish had ingested another fish, showing us that beauty has nothing to do with moral principles when it comes to other species ... Views:1516838818 High evaluation: 5 Low rating: 1 Post date:2018-01-25 00:06:58 VideoID:uT2ETWIoM6Y 出典:YouTube

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