I hope everyone’s having a good, happy start to the week! Today’s theme is all about the body.
Karada – body
Atama – head
Kami – hair
Kao – face
Me – eye (it’s pronounced more like meh, instead of me)
Mimi – ear
Hana – nose
Onaka – stomach
The two words I most commonly use in the list here are atama and onaka, where I basically say every day, “Atama ga itai,” which means my head hurts, and “Onaka suita,” which means, I’m hungry. Or, the direct translation would be stomach empty.
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