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What is Kimochi?

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What is Kimochi? What is the meaning of kimochi in Japanese? Kimochi is a “feeling.” This type of feeling is usually one brought on by some stimulation and is something of a non-persisting state of feeling. Kimochii (with a long -ii sound) means “good feeling.” What is this?

What is Mendokusai? The colloquial expression めんどうくさい is usually pronounced めんどくさい. It means “troublesome” or “bothersome,” and conveys a negative feeling.

What does Ikimasu mean? Ikimasu is a verb meaning “go”. Ikimashita is the past tense of ikimasu. Ni is a particle. This particle is basically used to indicate an indirect object. Put simply, here, the particle ni indicates the direction of going.

What is Kangen mean in Japanese? Kangen means “return to origin” in Japanese. Kangen Water® is alkaline water produced by Enagic’s alkaline ionizer and water filtration machines. For more than 40 years, Kangen Water® has been used in Japan to help restore the body to its original, alkaline state.

What is Kimochi? – Related Questions


What does Yare Yare mean?

If you already watched or read JoJo’s Bizzarre Adventure in Japanese, you would know the iconic phrase by Jotaro Kujo: “やれやれ” -pronounced “Yare Yare”. The phrase is trasnlated to intrepretations such as “well well”, “good grief” and “give me a break.” It is a common expression in Japan used to show disappointment.

What is Ikigai?

Ikigai (ee-key-guy) is a Japanese concept that combines the terms iki, meaning “alive” or “life,” and gai, meaning “benefit” or “worth.” When combined, these terms mean that which gives your life worth, meaning, or purpose. Ikigai is similar to the French term “raison d’etre” or “reason for being.”

What is Nemasu?

(Watashi wa, nemasu desu.) is the formal form of ねる (neru) which is a verb meaning to sleep. です (desu) is the equivalent to English am, is or are. You can’t use des after a verb.

What is shimashita?

When we cite two or three examples from among a number of actions, we use the TA-form of verbs and attach RI after each TA-form verb in succession. And at the end, we close the sentence by using SHIMASU (to do), SHIMASHITA (did) or SHITAI DESU (to want to do).

Do Japanese drink Kangen water?

Kangen Water Alkaline/Ionized water has been in use in Japan for over 50 years. Research has proven it to provide some incredible health benefits and some Japanese doctors consider it to be a medical treatment for many disorders.

Why is Enagic the best?

Lifespan Of The Machine: Enagic’s electrolysis unit is designed to last. It is bolted together and has a 15-year “life span”. Anytime you like, you can send your machine into Enagic, they will unbolt it, clean it up, send it back to you and it is good to go for another 15 years.

What ionized water?

Ionized water is natural water that has been run through an ionizer machine’s platinum and titanium plates to exchange some of the titanium and platinum ions with the water, thereby increasing its alkaline nature and the pH level of natural water. This process also helps remove impurities from the water.

Does Urusai mean shut up?

If you are very angry at someone for making a lot of noise, you can tell them うるさい! (urusai!), which in this case means “shut up!” Saying urusai in a loud, angry way should be avoided though. It can cause even more trouble or even start a fight if you’re not careful.

What is Shannaro in Naruto?

7y. Its shannaro and not channara. Its like the English word “damn it”. It’s used by Sakura to express her anger and excitement.

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