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1.    » Casual Japanese pubs for drinking, typically occupied by people after work.

2.    » A melody played when the Japanese pedestrian crossings turn green.

3.    » A skill performed by Kirto from Sword Art Online. 

4.    » A parody of the bogus clam of STAP cells existing by Obokata Haruko.

5.    » Japanese cat food supplement sticks. 


6.    » Hanamigawa in Japanese means ”flower-watching river”.

7.    » A song by DREAMS COME TRUE.

8.    » Cure Selene's transformation motto from Star Twinkle Precure.

9.    » The author of The Tale of Genji.

10.    » Also known as Kṣitigarbha, Jizo statues are statues all over Japan that act as a guardian for a variety things which include travelers, children, and so forth.

11.    » Cure Star's catchphrase from Star Twinkle Pretty Cure.

12.    » Member of the CHEMISTRY band. Often seen with his glasses hanging at the tip of his ears.

13.    » Fire Emblem Heroes character.

14.    » There was an incident at an anime song live concert that involved an otaku waving fishes instead of chemical glowsticks. Fishes, like “aji” or horse mackerel, can also be referred to as “shiny things” or “hikarimono” (光物) in Japanese.

15.    » Cotton and silk are also called momen and kinugoshi in Japanese respectively.

16.    » A single album released by Nakahara Meiko, a vocalist from Chiba.

17.    » A quote from a character named Yuzan Kaibara from the Oishinbo cooking manga.

18.    » An event in the Aikatsu movie.

19.    » A quote from a character in the movie “Tonde Saitama.”

20.    » Kindaichi Case Files.

21.    » A twist on one of Admira Yamamto Isoroku's quotes.

22.    » An ordering system based on the hiragana system in Japanese called gojuon, and is roughly analogous to English alphabetical order.

23.    » Tundra sometimes gets mixed up as tsundere as a joke.

24.    » Saber Marionette.

25.    » Japanese entertainment company that owns a number of franchises. They also acquired New Japan Pro-Wrestling back in 2012.

26.    » It's considered bad etiquette to send your uniform back to the workplace. You should be handing them back in person.

27.    » The original sound is “pon pon pooon”, which was popularized by a comedian over Twitter.

28.    » Literally known as “bomb fry,” it's essentially a bigger version of takoyaki with more stuffing.

29.    » Gundam SEED mobile suit and optional equipment module.

30.    » A melody played to indicate the change in time to evening. The name of the song is called “yuuyake koyake”.

31.    » Reference to the book “In a Grove” by Ryunosuke Akutagawa.

32.    » A metaphor that means “to pass a point of no return” based on Julius Caesar.

33.    » A character from a Japanese novel called “Shiroi Kyoto” or “The White Tower.” It spawned a number of TV series.

34.    » A reference to the song used in a dance called the “Awa Dance”.

35.    » The main character in “Weathering with You” or “Tenki no Ko” has a nickname of 100% Sunshine Girl.

36.    » Dr. Stone.

37.    » Lyrics from a song called “Kanpai” by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi.

38.    » The word “kibun” means “feeling” which is also the name of a food company in Japan.

39.    » Financial blogger.

40.    » A Servant class term in the TYPE-MOON universe.

41.    » A line said by Amuro Ray in the final episode of Mobile Suit GUNDAM 0079.

42.    » A phrase that’s often used by Yuzuki in “A Place Farther From the Universe.” She’s also voiced by Hayami Saori.

43.    » A single album by the band Wink. The Japanese name is “Samishii Nettaigyo.”

44.    » There’s a contest in Japan where they decide who’s the number one heat waving specialist by blowing hot air with a towel to knock things over in a sauna.

45.    » Sauna Shikiji is famous for their cold baths.

46.    » A famous quote from a manga called “The Solitary Gourmet.”

47.    » Taboo is one of Yu Kaito’s power, a character from “Yu Yu Hakusho” and the sauna situation is a direct reference to episode 69 of the anime.

48.    » Tofu mentality is essentially someone very mentally weak.

49.    » “Blue spring” is in reference to the kanji compound “seishun” (青春), which is comprised of the kanji for “blue” (青) and the kanji for “spring” (春). 


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