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Japanese pronouns Japanese pronouns Pronouns are used less frequently in the Japanese language than in many other languages,[5] mainly because there is no grammatical requirement to include the subject in a sentence. So, pronouns can seldom be translated from English to Japanese on a one-to-one basis. The common English personal pronouns, such as "I", "you", and "they", have no other meanings. However, most Japanese personal pronouns do. Consider for example two words corresponding to the English pronoun "I": 私 (watashi) also means "private" or "personal" and 僕 (boku) also means "manservant".
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Shinto Shinto Shinto priest and priestess. Shinto (神道, Shintō?), also kami-no-michi,[note 1] is the indigenous religion of Japan and the people of Japan.[2] It is defined as an action-centered religion,[3] focused on ritual practices to be carried out diligently, to establish a connection between present-day Japan and its ancient past.[4] Founded in 660 BC according to Japanese mythology,[5] Shinto practices were first recorded and codified in the written historical records of the Kojiki and Nihon Shoki in the 8th century. Still, these earliest Japanese writings do not refer to a unified "Shinto religion", but rather to a collection of native beliefs and mythology.[6] Shinto today is a term that applies to the religion of public shrines devoted to the worship of a multitude of gods (kami),[7] suited to various purposes such as war memorials and harvest festivals, and applies as well to various sectarian organizations.
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Cool Japan Gifts / Traditional Arts & Crafts - Online Shop Saiga > Japanese Learning > Kanji Dictionary This is a free online dictionary to learn the Kanji of Japanese used in daily life. You can look up the details and pronunciations of the Kanji. Each Kanji is presented by a grade, a stroke count, an enlarging image with Kyokasho (Kyoukasho) font, stroke order, radical, English meaning, On-yomi (phonetic reading), Kun-yomi (native Japanese reading), the example of each reading, and Irregular reading. Moreover by the audio files, you can listen to the pronunciation of reading, example, and Irregular reading. Japanese Kanji Dictionary Japanese Kanji Dictionary
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The University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center and the University of Pittsburgh East Asian Library are pleased to sponsor the Japanese Text Initiative, a collaborative effort to make texts of classical Japanese literature available on the World Wide Web. We will be grateful for comments and suggestions sent to the Japanese Text Initiative's mailbox at undefined . Full access to the Japanese texts requires software that can read and input Japanese characters. The texts and images in the Japanese Text Initiative may not be downloaded or copied. UVa Library Etext Center: Japanese Text Initiative UVa Library Etext Center: Japanese Text Initiative
(日本語版) Following are a few Web sites that are especially useful for research in classical Japanese literature: Professor Matsuoka's home page, with extensive links to Japanese literature Web pages. Professor Watson's home page, a major source of important links, very up-to-date. UVa Library Etext Center: Japanese Text Initiative
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