ITT, Japanese words you've learned from anime.
"Koufuku" means "gourmet girl".
Tachi as an informal suffix of a pronoun that makes it plural. Adding Tachi after a noun is known as "group/guys/friends" of that noun.
Is a chant the japanese say when running because it gives them energy
When a person says this it helps them lift up something heavy. It gives extra strength especially if the person is a little girl
If a person says this it means they are an older woman.
Is a japanese dish of rice wrapped in omele usually with ketchup on top - made for that special someone in your life.
>If a person says this it means they are an older woman.
I'm literally in tears here, Anon.
from jojo i learned that SANADABICHI means SON OF A BITCH
Watashi, boku, ore, atashi, all mean 'I'. Anata, kisama means 'you', although they mostly use the name of the person (I'm confused with anata because they use it as you -anta baka?- and is also used by couples to call they dear one.). I don't think theres a word for he and she because they mostly use the name of the person or 'than girl-guy' as in ano-ko ano-hito. For the plurals they just use-tachi, for example bokutachi, watashitachi for we, anatatachi for you, and Gokutachi for them, as in goku and his gang.
I learned that, if you're on a conference call with some engineers in Japan, and the line keeps dropping out, and one says "fushigi network", it means "mysterious network".
I learn a lot subconciously. I was throwing trash yesterday and saw a mandarin, and I said to myself "あっ、ミカンだ". Then I went onto google translate and it turned out mikan was really mandarin.
I often know words with no idea how to spell them, like gensho, "phenomenon".