Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we’re going to talk about crowded spaces with “mun mun.” Despite the cow-like sound of the onomatopoeia, it simply describes a very crowded atmosphere packed with lots and lots of people. It can also be used to describe a group of lovely women. So, despite its sound, this onomatopoeia is quite normal. You can find it in books, but you can also use it to describe how packed the atmosphere of the metro is every morning and every night when going to work and coming back home. (Japanese trains are extra packed with people during the rush hours).
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