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To those who can not remember kanji ~Remembering the Kanji~

にほんブログ村 小遣いブログ 副業・副収入へ 友だち追加

 

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My name is UberPartnerJP. I love foreigners who like Japan.
I can not speak or write English, but I would like to introduce Japan using Google Translation.
Thank you Google.

Isn't it difficult for kanji?

How are foreigners living in Japan studying Japanese?

 

Atsugiri Jason (Jason David Danielson), a talented artist who is famous for the line "Why!! japanese people!?".

He is a Japanese comedian and a director of a company.

 

He points out the strange part of Japanese and makes Japanese laugh by saying "Why!! japanese people!?".

Japanese people are aware of the difficulty of Japanese, so everyone is interested in his high language skills.

Are all foreigners who know Japanese (Kanji) a genius?

The answer seems to be No.
He taught me that there is a good text Jason used to remember kanji. 

Kanji match

A university student at the University of Tokyo and Mr. Jason turned up who could write more "Ninben" kanji.

  • 人(This is read as Hito or Nin.) means a human. 
    Also, the character on the left side of the kanji is called Hen or Ben.
  • Combining these, those with a human shape on the left side of the kanji are called ”Ninben" kanji, and there are many kanji as follows.

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にんべん kanji

In addition, this university student is an effort house that all kanji dictionaries were memorized at the time of the examination.

As a result, the university students gave up with 25 pieces, and Jason was able to write 30 pieces and could write more.

In the TV studio, "Why can you write kanji you haven't learned?"

However, when foreigners in Japan saw "Remembering the Kanji", they were calling "Nostalgic" in succession.

 That book is this!

Remembering the Kanji: A Complete Course on How Not to Forget the Meaning and Writing of Japanese Characters

Remembering the Kanji: A Complete Course on How Not to Forget the Meaning and Writing of Japanese Characters

 
Remembering the Kanji: A Systematic Guide to Reading Japanese Characters

Remembering the Kanji: A Systematic Guide to Reading Japanese Characters

 
Remembering the Kanji: Writing and Reading the Japanese Characters for Upper-Level Proficiency

Remembering the Kanji: Writing and Reading the Japanese Characters for Upper-Level Proficiency

 

This book is not our short-term memory, but it can be remembered because it approaches long-term memory, that is, episodic memory and semantic memory.

 Long-term memory and short-term memory

There are various types of memories. The simplest type of storage is by the length of storage time. It is divided into "short-term memory" and "long-term memory" because of the difference in duration.


Short-term memory

A good example of short term memory is a situation where you remember your phone number for a few minutes before making a call. Once the phone is connected, you do not have to remember the phone number.

There is a feature that there is a limit to the amount of information that can be kept in short-term memory.

Usually, in tests that remember series of numbers and tests that remember words, it is said that up to 5-9 can be remembered only by seeing and listening once.

In addition, if you need to remember for a few minutes, you need to rehearse your mouth and so on.

Being vulnerable to interference is also a feature of short-term memory.

If you say another number just before making a call, you may forget the number you're calling from now on, right?

 

Long-term memory

When it comes to memory, the most common image is long-term memory. Long-term memory is memory for a long period of years.

Long-term memory was classified by Squire (1987) into "declarative memory" and "procedural memory".

Procedural memory

"Procedure memory" is memory of manners and rules, memory memorized in the body. For example, how to ride a bicycle or how to use a kite.

Declarative memory

"Declarative memory" is memory that remembers facts and episodes. "Episodic memory" and "semantic memory" proposed by Talving (1978) are classified as "declarative memory".

Episodic memory

Talving (1978) called "episodic memory" the memory of a personal experience associated with a specific date and time and place.

For example, it is a memory like "I wore a kimono on the second day I went to Kyoto to travel".

Semantic memory

Talving read memory unrelated to a specific date and time as "semantic memory" and distinguished it from "episodic memory".

It is also a semantic memory that "the central nerve has a brain and a spinal cord".

 

It seems impossible to remember kanji in short-term memory.

We may be able to learn if we use episodic memory and semantic memory.

 

Video introducing "Remembering the Kanji"

I don't know how these people rate Remembering the Kanji, but if you search for "Remembering the Kanji" on YouTube, some will come up, so try searching.


Why "Remembering the Kanji" is The Best Way to Learn Kanji


How I Use Remembering The Kanji To NEVER Study Kanji Readings Again!!


How to Learn Kanji Fast with "Remembering the Kanji" and Anki


Lesson 5 OBLITERATED [Remembering the Kanji 1]

 

A nice combination of kanji

諸行無常(Sho-Gyo-Mu-Jou)

This kanji is a Buddhist term that says that all things in this world are always flowing and changing.
For those who are stubborn, let's say in a calm tone.

There are no things that don't change. It's "Sho Gyoh Mu Joh".

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花鳥風月(Ka-Chou-Fu-Getu)

"花" is flower.

"鳥" is bird

"風" is Breeze

"月" is Moon

"花鳥風月" refers to the beauty and scenery of the natural world, and to enjoy a tasteful taste based on nature.

It is cool to say "花鳥風月Ka-Chou-Fu-Getu" instead of the word ”自然Shi-zen”.

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「風月」安斎沙織

 

明鏡止水(Mei-kyoh-Shi-Sui)

"明(Mei)" is clear.

"鏡(Kyo)" is mirror.

"止(shi)" is Stop.

"水(sui)" is water

The state that is clear and unsightly like a mirror, and quiet as if the water is stopped is called "Mei-Kyoh-Shi-Sui". 
It is a feeling when Samurai calms down.

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バガボンド 井上雄彦

The following manga is a representative work of Japan written by a Japanese genius manga artist, and is a work depicting Musashi Miyamoto, who was said to be the strongest in history during the Warring States period before the Edo period began.

Samurai's usage of the body, the mental world, and distress are well described, and it is a manga that not only those who like manga but also those who want to martial arts should read it. 

Vagabond, Vol. 1 (VIZBIG Edition)

Vagabond, Vol. 1 (VIZBIG Edition)

 

 • This VIZBIG edition of Vagabond contains Volumes 1-3, bonus color content, and updated text.                                                                                                                                     
• A 27+ volume manga series - Vagabond is on Japan’s top ten best seller’s list with over 100 million volumes in print.
• Vagabond has sold over 22 million copies worldwide! (Not including Japan’s sales).
• Vagabond is based on the novel, Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa. Originally written in the early 40’s, Yoshikawa’s fictional account became so well known that his version has blurred fact from fiction.
• VIZ Media is currently releasing the translated edition of Vagabond only three months after the Japanese release!
• The popularity of Vagabond has been attributed to NHK’s drama TV series based on Yohikawa’s novel.
• There have been 6 films and 2 TV series based on Miyamoto Musashi’s life.
• Inoue received the 2000 Media Arts award for manga from the Japanese Ministry of Culture and the Kodansha award for best manga for his work on Vagabond.
• Nominated for 2003 Eisner Award in the category for Best Writer/Artist!
• "...reads like an Akira Kurosawa film captured on the printed page." -Cliff Biggers, Comic Buyer's Guide
• Inoue has personally created licensed merchandise on a small scale, so that the products will meet his standards of quality.
• Inoue’s previous series Slam Dunk has over 100 million copies in print worldwide.
• Everything Takehiko Inoue has published has hit the top ten sales list in Japan.

Striving for enlightenment by way of the sword, Miyamoto Musashi is prepared to cut down anyone who stands in his way. Vagabond is an action-packed portrayal of the life and times of the quintessential warrior-philosopher--the most celebrated samurai of all time!

Shinmen Takezo is destined to become the legendary sword-saint, Miyamoto Musashi--perhaps the most renowned samurai of all time. For now, Takezo is a cold-hearted kiler, who will take on anyone in mortal combat to make a name for himself. This is the journey of a wild young brute who strives to reach enlightenment by way of the sword--fighting on the edge of death. 

I would be glad if you knew kanji and became more fond of Japan.

I wrote an article for the first time in poor English.If you have a star or a comment, it will be my encouragement.thank you for reading! !