Jealousy in Japanese

Yakimochi - literally grilled rice cake. Why is this word used to refer to jealousy? This video explains a bit of the word's etymology as well as how it is used. Credits: Summer Desserts Set by Freepik 土曜ショッピング by かづら Jay Jay by Kevin McLeod In the Past by Twin Musicom is... Continue Reading →


Expressing Annoyance in Japanese s it just me or do we Filipinos tend to click our tongues a lot? I didn't really notice until a Japanese friend pointed it out. Although, at that time I was deliberately being difficult, because sometimes emasculating my guy friends is my twisted way of showing fondness or affection.

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