This ebook contains 13 Japanese symbols of Traditional Japanese Phrase - 4 Ji Jyu Ku Go.
Japanese Phrase Ebook contains:
- 13 Japanese Phrases of Japanese symbols
- The meaning in English for each phrase
- Images with 3 different Japanese Calligraphy fonts
- Vertical images are included
The book format is pdf file.
Hi, my name is Takanori Tomita.
Are you always fascinated by different cultures especially with Japanese history?
If so, let me explain about the Japanese historical phrase or Japanese saying called "Yo Ji Jyu Ku Go".
"Yo Ji Jyu Ku Go" contains 4 Japanese Kanji symbols and represents idiomatic action, behavior or Japanese moral philosophies.
These phrases are still accepted for everyday use, like in newspapers and ordinary reading matter or most often in a school textbooks.
Especially with scholar, politician and sometimes commentator speak to use them in a usual conversation.
For example, the following "Yo Ji Jyu Ku Go" means,Fight with one's own shadow, and can be represented like this:
In Japanese, it is pronounced " Gi Shi N An Ki".
Today, there are over two thousand Japanese kanji accepted use in Japan.
Kanji are incredibly beautiful and creative characters.
Like "Yo ji Jyu Ku Go", kanji itself represent meaning in an expressive way.
However, there are also 2 other scripts we use in everyday of our life.
They are called, Hiragana and Katakana.
Hiragana is basically more cursive or rounded way of writing and indicates both the shape and relative simplicity of the scripts.
Have a look at this Japanese saying:
[ Love is a leveler ]
This time, the Japanese phrase is not only KANJI.
So, it is NOT "Yo Ji Jyu Ko Go", because it is not made of 4 kanji symbols.
Although Kanji symbols are used to express the main concept of this phrase, Hiragana is also used to write the grammatical parts of sentence.
They are a subordinate characters.
What sort of phrases are they?
The following is the meaning of each Japanese phrases that are included in this ebook.
- The best of friends must part.
- The fairest flowers sooner fade
- Whom the gods love die young.
- The first breath is the beginning of death
- Every men has his humor.
- Security is the greatest enemy.
- Keep good men company and you shall be of the number.
- Be stick to yourself, and do not forget appreciation to people around you.
- The fault of another is a good teacher
- Not words but deeds
- Do or Die.
- Time is money.
- Failure teaches success
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