by Heather Russell

Rinkya’s Top Ten best sellers of the week!

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We start a new section in the blog! Our top 10 best sellers of the week! We’ve thought that it might be a cool idea to let you know which is our top 10 best sellers of the week! Since Xmas is approaching, you can have some cool ideas for it!

This week our #1 is Sailor Moon’s Miracle Romance Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune Twin Lip rods. They are cute, awesome, and perfect for everyday use and cosplay! No wonder they are our #1 this week!

If you want to have your own, just click on the buy button.

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “mie mie”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese Flashcards? We hope so! Today we have a cool onomatopoeia: “mie mie”. It means to be able to see through some one else’s fake flattery, or someone else’s lies. It’s like having an installed lie detector! Have you ever been in a situation in which you know that the person in front of you is trying to lie to you? Well, in that case you could apply “mie mie”! Most of times you can have this feeling when someone is trying to use lots of fake flattery because they want something from you. You can also have the same feeling when you listen to some politicians.

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which is your favorite one? Do you remember them all?

by Heather Russell

Cute Blythe doll: fall poems

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This cute Blythe was personalized and is eager to share with you an awesome Manyoshu poem. The Manyoshu (万葉集), literally “Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves”, is a collection of Japanese poems compiled sometime after 759 AD during the Nara period. This compilation is of great importance, and it contains many poems which show up the Japanese spirit.

Since the fall is here, and we can enjoy the momiji (red leaves), we can start with a fall poem along with a very cute Blythe. The poem was written by Yamanoeue Okura (c. 660-733) and it contains lots of flowers that blossom during this time.

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “gaden insui”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards?? Good! Today we have a very interesting one: “gaden insui.” It means “to gather water for one’s own field,” which means to serve one’s own interests. Think about situations in which your actions, or some other person actions, were focused on serving your own, that person’s own, interests. You can state that by saying “gaden insui.” It does not have to be negative, but usually when these type of situations arise, it is because of some negative cause. However, this saying isn’t negative per se.

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? What do you think about “gaden insui”? Will you use it?? Which is your favorite Rinkya Japanese flashcard?

by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “kakehiki”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we have a very good one! “Kakehiki”. It means “strategy, bargain, tactics”. It can be a bargain when you buy stuff, but also tactics within the work arena or a strategy in the battlefield. It is usually used in purchasing goods, but a lot in the workplace.

You need strategy in the workplace, specially if you have to do business with other companies, or when doing politics within the company itself. So, it is a good word to remember when being in the workplace! (Very useful).

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? Which is your favorite one? How many can you remember?

by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “kibi kibi”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn an onomatopoeia that can be used at work: “kibi kibi”. We use “kibi kibi” to describe a speech or behavior that is business-like or alert. (Think about your boss, for example). You can also use “kibi kibi” in other situations, not only at the workplace. If you read manga, you might also be able to find this onomatopoeia there.

How many Rinkya Japanese flashcards have you collected so far? How many onomatopoeia are you able to remember? Did you find any in the manga you usually read?

by Heather Russell

Neo Blythe Dolls Special

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Today we have a wonderful Neo Blythe Dolls special. We want to show you some super kawaii Neo Blythe for you to choose for this Xmas! This first Neo Blythe Doll is a really cute one: December Blythe, Neo Blythe Aisurune. She comes with a super cute December clothing set. (If you are thinking about a super cute Xmas present for yourself, or for your girlfriend this is it!) Be fast, these dolls sell out super fast!

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: “reigai no nai, kisoku wa nai”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese Flashcards? Good! Today we have a nice proverb: “reigai no nai, kisoku wa nai”. It literally means that “there are no exceptions, there are no rules”. Meaning that there can be no rules if there are no exceptions, hence, if you are not flexible, things can go terribly astray.

This proverb can come in handy when you are talking about laws and politics, but also in situations when flexibility is needed, or when you need to point out that being flexible is a must.

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