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Postby crabathor » Sat, 15 Apr 2006 10:05 pm

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Postby x_factor » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 1:24 am

Cool! The group is growing :cool: Organiser, maybe consider arrange something for people in this forum, like us? Dou desu ka? :wink: :wink: 8-)

Hey Crabathor, can't see what you have posted :???: :???: :???:

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:12 am

emiko,

ohisashiburi!.. saikin wa dou desu ka?
watashi, chotto isogashii desu ~~~ fuu fuu fuu fuu fuu

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:26 am

hi x_factor,

thanks for poping by here..
wasn't really the organiser of the japanese event here.. just helping the original organiser to do some coordinating in the past..
by the way, have we met before or having a common friend?

yeah though emiko, jun and i are chatting in japanese aliitle, still english is prefered as most of the keener in japanese-related things might not understand =)) *a couple of sentence is fine*

daijiobu desu ka?

x_factor wrote:Hi All, can I join in?

My paternal grandma is a Japanese, so I speak alittle, but not the written part.
Am attracted to this particular Japanese-related post out of so many coz you all are writting or trying to talk in Japanese. How authentic :D

Heard from friend that Koyuli you are once the event organiser for Japanese, in fact still ongoing just that you don't make it known in this forum :)
Do keep me in the loop Onegaishimasu :cool:

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:32 am

konnichiwa crabathor,

anatna no mae ni nihongo no thread .. koko ni .. ne?
http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/su ... ght=#78468

mou hitotsu ..
http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/su ... ght=#95265

crabathor wrote:Mae ni nihongo no thread ga atta to ki ga shimasu kedo, mou nakunatta mitai desune. Nande kana?

Tokoro de, crabathor to moushimasu. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu.

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:37 am

hi ad san..

sake dake? sake only?
will you consider asahi beer? Image

adrianlee wrote:I'll come along...if theres Sake :P

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:39 am

hi x_factor,

well , i am afriad this month is not quite possible.. will try have one soon.. ok?

x_factor wrote:Cool! The group is growing :cool: Organiser, maybe consider arrange something for people in this forum, like us? Dou desu ka? :wink: :wink: 8-)

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Re: Japan-Interest Group ~

Postby Kleintje » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:48 am

Hi.......

My knowledge about Japan is limited to unagi, sashimi, cuka wakame chinmi, agedashi tofu and the rest of Japanese food..

I am looking forward to have a Japanese food nite... =)

I had a Japanese housemate when I was overseas and we had a good time making sushi and other Japanese food... so..... count me in for any Japanese food nite..

Btw.. I never tried sake before, is there many types of sake?



koyuli wrote:ok, here's the place ~

minna san :

be it you are a native japanese;
or you would like to brush up your romanji, hiragana, katagana or kanji;
or talk about your j-pop idoru;
or share about your recent sushi, sake and senbei tasting;
or even gathering ~


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don't be shy.. join in ~
And the hardest part is letting go not taking part... that is the hardest part...

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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:49 am

these are some 'smoking manners' campaign posters found in some train stations in japan .. enjoy!

i like the one on 'skiiing'

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Re: Japan-Interest Group ~

Postby Kleintje » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:50 am

Hi.......

My knowledge about Japan is limited to unagi, sashimi, cuka wakame chinmi, agedashi tofu and the rest of Japanese food..

I am looking forward to have a Japanese food nite... =)

I had a Japanese housemate when I was overseas and we had a good time making sushi and other Japanese food... so..... count me in for any Japanese food nite..

Btw.. I never tried sake before, is there many types of sake?



koyuli wrote:ok, here's the place ~

minna san :

be it you are a native japanese;
or you would like to brush up your romanji, hiragana, katagana or kanji;
or talk about your j-pop idoru;
or share about your recent sushi, sake and senbei tasting;
or even gathering ~


Image
don't be shy.. join in ~
And the hardest part is letting go not taking part... that is the hardest part...

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Postby Boya » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 11:57 am

nani nani???
sake??? woww nice :P
KYL JJ where r u going? :P
dun forget u still owe me a dance
so when will it be? hahaha
isogiashide surechigau hi totachi
"yume wa kanai mashitaka?"
atashi mada mogaiteru

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Re: Japan-Interest Group ~

Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:18 pm

hi kleintje..

hajimemashitte, nice to meet you =))

your knowledge of japanese food is good.. better than mine..
you sure have the interest.. great!!

well, there are various types of sake.. *am not a sake-connoisseur*

so welcome any sake-connoisseurs to share their expertise here.. =))

junmai-shu (rice only; no adding of distilled alcohol)
honjozo-shu (a tad of distilled alcohol is added)
ginjo-shu (highly milled rice, with or without alcohol added)
daiginjo-shu (even more highly milled rice, with/without added alcohol)


Kleintje wrote:Hi.......

My knowledge about Japan is limited to unagi, sashimi, cuka wakame chinmi, agedashi tofu and the rest of Japanese food..

I am looking forward to have a Japanese food nite... =)

I had a Japanese housemate when I was overseas and we had a good time making sushi and other Japanese food... so..... count me in for any Japanese food nite..

Btw.. I never tried sake before, is there many types of sake?


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Postby koyuli » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:31 pm

boya ototo

how would i leave you out ..
but sake... will your jun onesan come after my head??

dansu ~ sore wa yakusoku desu! it is a promise =))
not this thursday.. next time *i am helping you with another excuse for more party*

Boya wrote:nani nani???
sake??? woww nice :P
KYL JJ where r u going? :P
dun forget u still owe me a dance
so when will it be? hahaha

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Postby Kleintje » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 6:05 pm

Wa so many kind of sake... I never knew
But where to get many kind of sake in Singapore?

Btw I tried this Jap restaurant Waruku in East Coast....
The agedashi tofu & the cha soba is so good........... sushi also very good.
Havent been there for a long time man.....

I think I will go there soon... craving for Jap food.... tokking too much about Jap food :o
And the hardest part is letting go not taking part... that is the hardest part...

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Postby crabathor » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 10:41 pm

x_factor wrote:Hey Crabathor, can't see what you have posted :???: :???: :???:


You have to change the font of your browser into Japanese...
But I wrote the same thing in different posts, one in Kanji and one in romaji/alphabet.
If you can understand Kanji then just change the font, but if not, well it would just look like meaningless pictures to you...
I speak, read and write Japanese quite ok, in between JLPT level 1 and 2 I would say, now that I've forgotten a lot :( so would like to refresh.
Hope there is going to be a gathering soon, and would be neat if some Japanese people can join too :)


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