made this Post on 27-03-2016, 14:48 CEST | Category: Default
It's easter day today in the west.
Although Japan doesn't really have an easter day, you may want to know some vocabulary related to it.
Easter is mainly a Christian tradition.
Since Japan is a more Shinto country, easter is possibly not as popular in Japan.
However, you can see some of it, just like the special KitKat.
This week's vocabulary are:
卵（たまご） - egg
ウサギ - rabbit
チョコレート - chocolate
朝ごはん（あさごはん） - breakfast
休み（やすみ） - holiday
春（はる） - spring (season)
鳥（とり） - bird or chicken (in their living forms)
桜（さくら） - cherry blossom
花見（はなみ） - sakura viewing
緑（みどり） - green
イエス - Jesus (can also mean ""yes"")
神（かみ） - God
女神（めがみ） - Goddess
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