by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “zuta zuta”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn the onomatopoeia “zuta zuta.” It means to be torned apart, to be ragged, to have a broken heart. We can use it when our love is a one-way love, or when our heart has been broken for whatever other reason. We can find this onomatopoeia in manga, but we could also find it in literature. Think about situations in which we can use this sad onomatopoeia. Which ones come to your mind?

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which are your favorite ones?

by Heather Russell

Crystal make up jewellery: Sailor Moon Crystal jewelry + Tea Cup Set

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Today we want to present you awesome Sailor Moon Crystal jewelry plus an awesome and stylish tea cup set. This is the perfect combination to have an awesome surprise for your girlfriend or for yourself! You can use the earrings for your everyday life, or you can use them for cosplay, or for both!

Let’s take a closer look at them!
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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “kachou fuugetsu”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards?? Good! Today we have a very simple flashcard: “kachou fuugetsu.” It means “the beauties of nature.” The kanjis that form this word are really nice. We have “ka,” alone read as “hana” (flower); “chou,” alone read as “tori” (bird); “fuu,” alone read as “kaze” (wind); and “getsu,” alone read as “tsuki” (moon). Indeed these kanjis point at some of the beauties of nature: flowers, animals, the wind that caresses our faces and also the moon we can see up in the sky. What do you think? When do you think you would use this word? (It is very poetical!)

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which are your favorite ones? Let us know!

by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “gori muchuu”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Cool! Today we’re going to learn what “gori muchuu” stands for. Any clues? “Gori muchuu” means to be in the fog, to be in the dark, to have no clue about what’s going on, to be confused. Think about the image. When you are in the middle of a thick fog, you are confused, disoriented and have no clue about your surroundings. In that sense, “gori muchuu” explains that there are some times in which we can feel like being in the fog, confused and having no clue about what’s going on. Can you think about any situations in which you can apply it?

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which are your favorite ones? Let us know!

by Heather Russell

Top 10 best sellers of the week: more ideas for Xmas

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And here we are again with our Top 10 Best Sellers list! Here you have some extra ideas for Xmas. Make your list soon and let your loves ones know what you want!

Our #10 we have our beloved Studio Ghibli! Hayao Miyazaki has recently stated that he will continue to create short films, which is great! However, nostalgia still kicks in. Click on the button and find lots of Studio Ghibli items!

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “fukusuibon ni kaerazu”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards?? Good! Today we’re going to learn a proverb: “fukusuibon ni kaerazu.” It means that there is no use to cry over spilt milk: what’s done it’s done. This is a very useful proverb to use when it comes in handy in our daily lives. Think about situations in which you can use it. Did you do something you regret? Then you can use it. Did a friend did something he/she regrets? Then the proverb comes in handy.

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which are your favorite ones?

by Heather Russell

Hyper Japan: the best Cosplay costumes in town

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We attended Hyper Japan, one of the biggest Japan related events in London. And it was great! Since there were tons of things to do, we start today with cute and Cosplay costumes! Hyper Japan was plenty with cuteness, not only Japanese items, but also kawaii girls. We could also find lots of cool Cosplay! Many fans were cosplaying as their favorite characters. There were simple Cosplays, and very cool ones too!

Let’s take a look at them together!

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by Heather Russell

Neo Blythe dolls: custom Blythe ~The Queen of Hearts~

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Today we have an awesome custom Blythe! Some Blythe dolls are just to die for, and this is one of them! We have the Queen of Hearts, inspired in Alice in Wonderland. She is regal, and she has a lot of work on her and her clothing. She is just amazing! Her eyes are also mesmerising! She wears a crown, and though she might look somewhat sad she is totally cute!

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Let’s take a closer look at her!

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