Let's Learn Hiragana with Japanese Culture (4)
Following is the complete list of my free online hiragana culture lessons. There are also sound files to help your pronunciation. If you have any questions, please email me.
The hiragana for Manzai, stand-up comedy that is usually performed by two comedians.
The hiragana for Mikoshi, a portable shrine for Japanese festivals.
The hiragana for Murasaki Shikibu, one of the greatest Japanese writers.
The hiragana for Meishi, business cards that are essential in Japanese business.
The hiragana for Momotaro, one of the best-known Japanese folk tales.
The hiragana for Yakudoshi, a Japanese belief about one's years of calamity.
The hiragana for Yukata, an informal, unlined kimono made of cotton.
The hiragana for Yokozuna, the highest rank for sumo wrestlers.
The hiragana for Rakugo, comic storytelling, mainly in the form of dialogues.
The hiragana for Ryokan, traditional Japanese-style inns.
The hiragana for Rusuban, staying at home and taking care of the house during one's absence.
The hiragana for Renga, linked-verse poetry.
The hiragana for Ronin, a masterless samurai.
The hiragana for Washi, traditional Japanese paper.