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”日本語をどう勉強したのですか?” (How did you study Japanese?)

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皆さんはいつも私に質問しています。正直に言うと、それは少し難しい質問だと思います。一人で勉強しました。独学って。私は14歳の時は、アメリカの音楽なんとなく少し嫌いになりました。今、アメリカの音楽大好きですけど。偶然に、日本の音楽を聞いてみました。その時は、Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumiの番組を見ました。そしておばあちゃんの友達は日本人ですので、彼女と一緒に日本語を話すのが楽しいそうだと思いました。日本の音楽が好きになりましたけど、曲の意味が分かりませんですので、日本語を勉強して始めました。17歳から、日本人のペンパルを探しました。一緒に言語を練習しました。大学生になって、大学に日本語を勉強したかったですが、時間がありませんでした。それでは、また一人で勉強しました。もう一度language exchange partnersを探しました。卒業したの後、フロリダからサンフランシスコに引っ越しました。英語を勉強するの日本人の友達と一緒にlanguage exchangeをしています!!練習するのが最高!毎日習っていますよ。意味分かんない漢字を見たら、辞書を使って、新しい単語を習えます!日本の音楽の歌詞も勉強します。曲を歌って、歌詞を見て、勉強出来ます。私はまだまだペラペラじゃありませんですが、いつも頑張りますよ!とにかく、毎日練習は必要ですね!一緒に勉強しましょうか?

Everyone always asks me that. Honestly, that is a bit of a difficult question. I studied by myself. When I was 14, somehow I started to dislike American music. I love it now though! By chance, I tried listening to Japanese music. During that time, I was watching Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. My grandmother’s friend is a Japanese lady, so I thought it would be fun to talk with her in Japanese. I really started to like Japanese music, but I couldn’t understand the lyrics, so I started to study the language. When I was 17, I found some penpals. We practiced our respective languages together. When I became a university student, I wanted to study Japanese, but I didn’t have time. I started studying by myself again. Because of this, I looked for language exchange partners again. After graduating, I moved from Florida to San Francisco. I became friends with Japanese students studying English here in San Francisco and we could help each other study. Practice is the best way! I am learning every day. If there’s a Japanese word I don’t understand, I look it up, and just like that I’ve learned a new word. I also study from Japanese song lyrics. Singing and reading along with the lyrics in Japanese, I am able to study. Anyway, it’s necessary to study every day! I am still not fluent, but I am always trying my best! What advice would you give someone who is starting to learn a new language?

Splitting Gummy

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Delicious. Seriously, this candy is a lot of fun to eat and it’s got that yummy grape flavor that tastes the same no matter what Japanese candy you’re eating. Not to mention, they’re fun to play with.

美味しいです。本当に、このキャンディーは食べて楽しい。そして日本の普通のグレープ味です。楽しく遊べます。

There are similar candies to this one such as the Rips strawberry and apple licorice. The difference here is that these aren’t sour and they come individually packaged.

このキャンデイはRIPSのいちごとリンゴのリコリスに似てる。パッケージと味が違いますけど。

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The packaging itself is really nice with the purple stripes over clear plastic with white and pink accents. There’s also instructions for how to open the package the right way. The outside of the bag is appetizing enough, but I really think the individual wrappers complete this one.

このパッケージは良いと思います!紫ストライプスと、クリアのビニールと、ピンクと白も良いですね!パッケージを開けるための指示があります!パッケージは最高と思います!

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This candy is good for anyone who likes grape flavors. The texture of the candy is chewy, but not too hard, and the ridges make it fun to tear apart. I didn’t see any other flavors, but I imagine cherry would be nice.

グレープ味好きな人はこのキャンディーが好きになると思います。これは硬くないし、シコシコします。そして裂けるのが楽しいです!別の味見たことがありませんですが、チェリーもめっちゃ美味しいそう。

Candy Sushi

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Luckily this one isn’t fish flavored. Like many of the other candy projects, it’s grape! I think of all the boxes I’ve tried so far, this one is the most fun to put together. This might be because I’m a huge fan of popping boba as a frozen yogurt topping and was really excited to make the little fish eggs (ikura), but either way, it’s great!

I think I need to establish some sort of scale for different elements of candy I think are the most important. I’ll discuss that in a later post.

This particular kit was more fun for a lot of reasons. I’ll start by talking about the difficulty level. The actual making of the food parts took a bit of extra care, but the plastic parts, the tray and the sheet, really add to the experience and don’t require any difficult cutting or assembly (see burger review).

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The texture of this one… I’ll admit it was a little off-putting at first. The rice is really light and fluffy, but not in a rice way. It didn’t feel like food, but I guess that can be expected from something formed from powder and water. If you can get past that first initial texture shock, it’s actually really nice! The flavor is subtle, but noticeable and the ikura add a nice touch.

I guess my only complaint for this kit is that I wish they’d included two little gummy packets to make the seaweed wrapped type of sushi. Anyway, if you’ve got a little bit of time on your hands and appreciate the details, this kit will be fun for you!

Nerunerunerune

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I think this is the first instruction box candy sets I tried in Japan and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I watched someone try this on youtube before. The thing that had me most curious was the fluffy-looking texture of the candy on the package itself.

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You open up the packaging to find a plastic tray, little pink spoon, and three packets of powder. This is typical for these types of candies. The packaging comes with detailed instructions which are pretty easy to follow, making this a lot of fun to make!

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I’ll have to admit, I felt a little strange about the amount of powder I was going to be eating, but then I remember things like Fun Dip and it all seems okay.

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This candy got a lot more appetizing with the second powder packet as the color changed and the candy became really fluffy. It smelled really good too! Like grapes!

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The best part of it all, pouring the little crystals out and then wrapping the fluffy candy around the spoon to dip!

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I’ve seen these in two flavors, but I personally prefer the grape flavor over soda for every Japanese candy I’ve tried. If you’re into having a little fun before you eat your candy, this is the one for you!

Burger… Candy?

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Nope, nope! This is not really candy. It’s more like making an actual mini burger. Seriously, it even tastes like a burger.

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Instruction-wise, this one seemed more involved from the start. Six packets, spoon and knife, plastic cup, and a tray which needed to be cut into three pieces. As you can see, a microwave was even needed!

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I think this took a total of about 30 minutes to complete for my friends and I. As per the instructions, we started with the french fries. Those smelled like potatoes! It was kind of like the boxed mashed potato flakes, in a way.

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Next up was making the burger meat and the buns which, again smelled like meat and bread respectively, especially after we microwaved it!

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I think the most difficult part of this was cutting four patties out of that and trying to shape the cheese without making anything crumble.

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I was really excited by the bubbles in there! That came from a packet too, just that powder and some water. It tasted like cola!

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Honestly, this one is genuinely entertaining. It seriously tasted like a little burger, a crunchy little burger. The crunchiness might have been because we took some time taking pictures of it instead of eating it straight away, but still! The ketchup was good too. Just give this one a try for yourself!

Back to Blogging

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I know, I know, it’s been a while. A lot has been happening, and honestly I needed to take some time to focus on some personal things. Long story short, I ended up saving up for the trip I’d been dreaming of since I was at least 14. I went to Japan! I spent a week in Seoul, followed by almost two full months exploring different places in Japan. That being said, I am back in San Francisco figuring everything out and reflecting on my trip. Not to mention, I got to try A LOT of candy and snacks from both Korea and Japan and I’d love to share that here.

分かる、分かる、久しぶりです。最近色々なことが起こっていました。正直に、考えてみたいので時間が必要でした。お金をためて、14歳時のドリームバケーションを取りました!実は、日本に行きました!1週間ぐらい、ソールに行って、後は日本のいろいろな場所に行きました。本当に楽しかった!とにかく、今サンフランシスコにいます。たくさんの韓国と日本のキャンディーを食べてみました!!

DIY Arts Fellowship

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I’m sure you’ve noticed that my blog posts have been a lot less frequent lately! Well, that’s because I accepted a four-month-long DIY Arts Fellowship at the Children’s Creativity Museum here in San Francisco! There’s so much I want to talk about that I have no idea where to begin! I guess I’ll start with an explanation of the fellowship itself. I “develop and facilitate themed monthly arts projects for children five and under.” Huh… well… okay? It’s so much more than that! Falling under the Early Childhood Education team, I work independently to think of fun crafts for the museum’s youngest visitors! But that’s not it! My absolute favorite thing about this position is the time I get to spend with the children and their families! Honestly, seeing the face of a child light up as you reveal the puppet you just made together… that’s the best.

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Here’s the museum from the outside. I remember the first time I saw it, I was really impressed by the spiral gallery and the museum’s brand characters! The Leroy King carousel is just outside as well. Located in the Yerba Buena Gardens area, it’s really beautiful! There’s a park nearby too.

DIY Space

This is the DIY space at the museum. The typical setup looks like this. In the background you can see the puppet theater and build-it area of the imagination lab!

Halloween Dress-up

Halloween at the museum was a lot of fun! October 31st was also the date for the SF Giants parade. On top of that, it was raining for the first time in a little while that day. It was fun to be dressed up as one of my favorite characters, Eeyore! The kids were so cute in their costumes!!

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One of the Halloween-themed activities I came up with was DIY Spider Puppets! These puppets were a big hit! We ran out of supplies and everything. The supplies provided were eyeball stickers, cut-up pieces of construction paper, large popsicle sticks, small black paper plates, and black pipe cleaners, cut up in thirds. We also provided glue, tape, scissors, and markers, of course!

I Really Want a Dog

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Walking Dog

Ever since I was little, I always lived with a dog! When I was living in the dorms and apartments at University, I didn’t have a dog there. I always got to see my dogs at home though! Now, living in San Francisco, my dogs are so far away in Florida! It seems like everyone has a dog in San Francisco. I want a dog by… next summer! Life without a dog is lonely!! Anyway, this animation isn’t finished, but I figured I’d post it.

私は子供の時から、いつも犬と住んでいました!大学生時、ドーミトリーとかアパートに住んでいました。だから犬がありませんですが、私の犬といつも会いました!今、あたしはサンフランシスコに住んで、私のフロリダに住んでの犬はこっちから遠いですね!!サンフランシスコに皆さんが犬が飼ってと思います!来年の夏前に、私も犬が欲しいなー。本当に。犬のいない生活寂しいですね!!とにかく、このアニメーションまだ終わりませんでしたけど、ポストしたかったです!

Salted Caramel and Stickers

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I don’t know what it is, but lately I’ve been obsessed with salted caramel. Ice cream, frozen yogurt, as a topping, it’s all delicious! It’s even amazing in bubble tea.

最近私はなんとなく塩キャラメル大好きになりました。アイスクリーム、フローズンヨーグルト、トッピングって、全て美味しいと思いますよ!タピオカティに入っても大好きです。

Anyway, lately I’ve been working on a Facebook Messenger app sticker concept using my favorite Gori character. I definitely think making sticker sets is a great character study. I will probably make another with the Panda character. It would be amazing to actually see my stickers on the app!

とにかく、最近Facebook Messengerのアプリスタンプコンセプトを作りました。私の好きなゴリラのキャラクタを作りましたよ!スタンプを作るのことが良い練習と思います!パンダキャラクタのスタンプも作りたいですよ。私のスタンプが本当のアプリに見たいです!

“Self Direction”

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At the University of Florida, I had a professor who hated grades. He basically said that grading and the grading system is what ruins education and limits what we do, not only as art majors, but as students in general. From the student perspective, at first I was like, “What? You don’t care about grades? But how am I supposed to know how I’m doing?!” Looking back at it now, and even a few months into my first semester with that professor, I’m thinking: wow, isn’t that sad! Is that all education is about? Getting good grades and getting through the semester? No way, it shouldn’t be.

So where did this even come from? I’m no expert on education, I’ve never been employed at a school or anything like that. I am a student. Yeah, I graduated from university already, but I’m never going to be done learning. No one should ever consider themselves done with their education just because they are no longer receiving a score for it. In my opinion, the simplified explanation for this way of thinking comes from this idea that students need something in order to be motivated to learn, and we have to “know” all of these things in order to be functioning adults with general knowledge in society. I remember the first time I was given an open-ended art project assignment with no parameters set for materials, style, medium… anything. I was scared and confused as to how I was supposed to come up with something without any sense of direction. Looking back at it now, how was I not?! Jack Stenner was right, of course. I was able to “self-direct” my education and did the research on my own. And you know what?! It felt great. I wouldn’t trade my Fine Arts education for anything.

Jens Peter de Pedro posted a link to this article on his Twitter account today. The timing is awesome because I was just thinking about a project I want to get started on. Amy Harrington says, “Our goal for learning should be to foster a love of learning for learning sake… True learning is intrinsically motivated and the reward is knowledge.” She talks about how the education system should be giving children the tools to explore the world for themselves and think critically about things on their own, to create. What would a classroom look like if a child was given this freedom? What would the teacher do? Does there have to be a classroom?

When I was little, I used to spend hours playing “teacher” to my class of stuffed animals sitting on the staircase. I’d make up lessons, staple together little notebooks for them, and take the time to meticulously sharpen pencils that were too short for me to use at school anymore. As I got older, that focus turned to thinking about what the animals were eating during their school day. I would buy yarn and cotton pom poms to make pretend pasta for school lunch. Older still, I started focusing my attention on the way the students dressed. I’d sew little uniforms and backpacks for them. I am thankful to my parents for never stopping me from doing this. I’d be lying if I said I don’t want to play like I used to. I miss sending my stuffed animals to “Oakie Oaks Elementary School” or letting my Barbies have random adventures on their vacation. I am grateful that my parents allowed me to borrow their digital camera for hours on end just to hold photo shoots for my Barbie dolls or my dogs.

I think there need to be more and more open-ended, sandbox-like games/toys/apps that allow children to play as they would like to. This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while now. The project I’d like to get started on involves the way I used to play (mentioned above). I guess part of the desire comes from wanting to be able to simulate that play, but without all the stuffed animals and the paper… but it’s bigger than that. I think there’s something important that could be learned from allowing a child to set up their ideal scenario in a classroom. I haven’t fully gotten a concept together for this yet, but I am really looking into this. Thinking about what I said above, the staircase was my classroom and I was in charge. What do you think? Should children be put in charge of their own education? If you’ve read any interesting articles on this, please send me the links!

Every Burger?

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Every Burger

Long time no blog, but check out this cute snack! Bourbon brand Every Burger!! These little burgers have a mild chocolate flavor and a crunchy biscuit shell. AND! They come in two flavors. I bought the original for a friend before, but I just found the black box!

久しぶりにブログ書きますが、この可愛いスナックを見てね!ブルボンのエブリバーガー!!その小さいバーガーはまろやかなチョコレート風味とサクサクビスケットがあります。そして!2つの風味があります。私は友達のためにオリジナルのエブリバーガーを買いましたけど、今ブラックボックスを拾いました!

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So what’s the difference?? I think I’ll start with the packaging. The original Every Burger is bright red and playful, with a face and cute little hands and feet. The red box just says “Every Burger” while the dark box however, says “Adult Every Burger Black Cocoa.” The “adult” burger has just “a little bit of bittersweet adult flavor.” The regular burger is milk chocolate with a chocolate biscuit, the adult burger is vanilla/white chocolate with a cocoa biscuit.

それでは、違いは何ですか?パッケージと始めましょう。オリジナルのエブリバーガーは鮮やかな赤い色です。バーガーは顔と可愛くて小さいな足と手があります。赤いボックスは「エブリバーガー」って言います。黒いボックスは「大人のエブリバーガーブラックココア」って言います。大人のバーガーは「ちょっぴり大人なほろにが」バーガーです!オリジナルのバーガーはミルクチョコレートがあて、チョコレートビスケットあります。大人のバーガーはバニラ風味のホワイトチョコレートの中があて、ココアビスケットがあります。

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To be honest, I don’t really like the taste of the regular Every Burger flavor. The “mild milk chocolate” inside is very good! I don’t like the biscuit though. The Adult Burger is perfect all around. The bittersweet cocoa biscuit is better than the crispy chocolate biscuit and the salty vanilla flavored white chocolate center is really yummy!

実は、オリジナルのエブリバーガーの風味があんまり好きじゃありません。「まろやかなミルクチョコレート」の中は本当に美味しいですけど、そのビスケットが好きじゃありません。大人のバーガーは完璧です!私はほろにがここあビスケットのほうがサクサクチョコレートビスケットより好きです。そして塩バニラ風味のホワイトチョコレートが超美味しいです!

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Honestly, the original Every Burgers are really cute! Look at them! If I was reviewing these solely on appearance, I would definitely vote for the original.

本当に、オリジナルのエブリバーガーはすごく可愛いですね!見てね!外見だけについて話していましたら、オリジナルが好きになりますよ!

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If you like crispy, cute, and chocolate-y snacks, you should definitely give these a try! Then let me know, which one is your favorite?

サクサクのビスケット、可愛いチョコレート味スナックが好きですか?このブルボンエブリバーガーを食べてください!好きなバーガー教えてください!!

Let’s Go Swimming!

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Ya know what? I have not gone swimming this summer! I wanted to know how his swimming would look, so here it is! I think I’ll try this one again. I’m really having fun working with this character!

知りますか?今夏、私は泳ぎに行ったことありません!彼の泳ぎこと見たかったですので、どうぞ!このgifをまだ作りたいと尾見ます。このキャラクターを使うことがすごく楽しいです!

Thinking About Apps

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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about apps and design. As you can probably tell from just a quick glance at this blog, I really love this gorilla character. I would like to get back to the original concept I thought of for my Savimals project: to raise awareness for endangered animals. I think an app would be great for this! I am working on that idea now.

最近、アプリとデザインを考えています。私はこのゴリラキャラクターが大好きですよ!オリジナルコンセプトにまだ勉強したいです。それは絶滅危惧種の関心を高めるためにですね。アプリは良いと思います!

From the Inside

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InsideToday, I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how this character should move and act. I spent hours thinking about it… but then I realized, I need to spend more time thinking about him, from the inside. Be on the lookout for more about this one!

今日は、このキャラクターについて一日中考えていました。何時間も過ごしました。彼の性格について考えて見たいですよ。

Mmm froyo!

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Froyo

Chocolate froyo with cookie dough, mochi, chocolate chips, popping pearls, and sprinkles. If you don’t know by now, I love sweets! I think my favorite dessert  is frozen yogurt. Yeah, cake is good too, but there’s something about frozen yogurt that is just so amazing. So many flavors and toppings. No yogurt brand is the same! I’ve only tried a couple of places here in San Francisco so far, but I loved them both. What’s your favorite yogurt?

チョコレートフローズンヨーグルトとビスケット生地、もち、チョコチップ、ぷちぷちタピオカ、とスプリンクルです。知らなかったら、私はスイーツ大好きですよ!私の好きなデザートはフローズンヨーグルトと思います。うん、ケーキも美味しいけど、フローズンヨーグルトはすばらしいね!色々な味とトッピングがありますね。全てのヨーグルトブランドは異なります!サンフランシスコに多くのヨーグルトショップに行ったことありませんけど、全て大好き!好きなヨーグルトは何ですか?

Cafca?!

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Cafca Package

A couple of days ago, I wrote about the Fujiya brand Milky candy, and because I loved it so much, I decided to try another one! This time, I tried Lotte brand cafca candies. It kind of has a milky coffee flavor. I have to admit, I was a little disappointed at first. Because this flavor is milk pudding, I expected some kind of caramel center. Instead, it is a really light and fluffy, soft candy. This makes sense because the marketing is all based on some this soft/fluffy idea.

最近、不二家ミルキーキャンディを書きました。そして、不二家ミルキー大好きですので、別のミルキー味スイーツ食べたかったですよ!今度、Lotteカフカ食べました。少しミルキーコーヒー味ですね。実は、ちょっと失望しました。この味はミルクプリンですので、キャラメルの中見たかったです。でも、このキャンデイはすごくフカフカします!

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When I turned the package around, I was surprised to see this little character on the back. At first, it looked like mashed potatoes or ice cream. It is kind of creepy, but that makes it cute! As it turns out, that character is the mascot, cafca-kun! There is a url to the lotte brand cafca website.

パックに小さいキャラクターを見て、びっくりしました!始めは、マッシュポテトそれともアイスクリームに見えました。少しいおかしいけど、これは彼を可愛いにしますね!実は、そのキャラクターはカフカのマスコット、カフカくんです!lotteのウェブサイトを見てください。Cafca-kun

I went to the website on the back, and in my opinion, the website is more fun than the candy!!

キャンディ以上にウェブサイトが好きですよ。

Cafca Website

This is a screenshot from the cafca website. Again, it is… a little creepy, but cute somehow! It is a lot of fun! There is a little bio about cafca-kun, where you learn that his dream is world peace and that he enjoys calmness and relaxing. That can be seen in the short movie!

そのイメージはカフカのウェブサイトのスクリーンショットです。もう一度、少しおかしいけど、可愛いそうですね!めっちゃ楽しい!カフカくんのプロファイーる見えます。彼の夢は世界平和、そして彼の趣味はのんびりです。映画に見ます
Cafca Wrapper

Here is what the cafca candy wrapper looks like. As you can see, it’s not the same as the packaging. I think the colors of this wrapper match the feeling of the candy itself. In the cafca video, you will hear the phrase “fuka fuka” (“foo-ka foo-ka”). That same sound can be heard when slowly pronouncing the candy name aloud. In Japanese, cafca is written as “カフカ” or “kafuka.” Try saying “ka-foo-ka” out loud. Did you hear it? This phrase, “fuka fuka,” is actually a Japanese onomatopoeia for something that is soft and fluffy. I think the harsh red of the packaging is bright and loud. This doesn’t match the soft and fluffy calmness of cafca-kun, nor the candy itself. Honestly, the colors of the wrapper are better for this. Overall, I had a lot of fun trying this candy and looking at the website. I would like to try the other flavor as well! If you like milky, coffee candies, this candy is for you!

これはカフカのラッパーです。パッケとラッパーは違っていますね?ラッパーの色はカフカくんののんびりスタイル気持ちありますね。(英語で”フカフカ”って意味が説明します)。とにかく、パッケの赤い色は派手すぎます。カフカくんとカフカキャンディはフカフカけど。このキャンディとウェブサイトは本当に楽しい!別の味も食べたいですよ!ミルキーコーヒーキャンディが好きですか?このキャンディ食べてね!

Boba? Bubble Tea? Tapioca?

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Panda Boba

What name do you like? In Japanese, boba is called “tapioca tea.” I remember when I tried talking to my friend about boba. I was shocked when she said she didn’t know what boba was! Turns out, she only knew it as tapioca tea. Anyway, I love bubble tea and so does my Savimals Panda! I am really enjoying this animation practice.

何の名前が好きですか?日本語でbobaは”タピオカティ”と言います。最近、友達とbobaを話していました。彼女はbobaのこと知らなかった時、本当にびっくりしましたよ!実は、”タピオカティ”って言うこと知りました!とにかく、私はタピオカティ大好き。そして、私のSavimalsのパンダちゃんもタピオカティ大好きです!このアニメーションの練習することが本当に楽しいです!

Munching and Practicing

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Munch MunchFood and animation, respectively. If you haven’t seen this gorilla before, he comes from my Savimals concept project, here.  I love him, so I wanted to bring him to life! I am working on an animation with this guy, so I’ll be making these gifs to test out certain movements.

食べ物とアニメーションってこと。このゴリラ見たことなかったら、私のSavimalsのコンセプトプロジェクトから来ました、どうぞ。彼のことが大好きだから、彼に活気を与えたかったですよ!彼のアニメーションを作っていますので、gifを作りますよ。

At Last!

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Hello, everyone! For a long time now, I’ve wanted to start a blog. Up until recently, I had no idea what exactly I wanted to talk about! This blog isn’t going to focus on one major thing, but on the many things that excite me. For those that know me, it will come to no surprise when I say I will be making posts about toys, children’s tv shows and candy! I LOVE candy. I want to talk about these things in all aspects, and I am excited to be able to share this with you! I’ve also decided that my posts will include text written separately in both English and Japanese. I have been studying Japanese for quite some time now and would really like to practice! So, with that, I am ready to get this thing going!

皆さん、こんにちは!私は長い間ブログを始まりたかったですよ。今までは、テーマが知らなかったです。このブログに、色々なことを話します。私の好きなことを書きますよ。私はおもちゃとか子供の番組とかキャンディについてポストすることに、私の友達は少しも驚いていませんと思います(笑)私はキャンディが大好き!!私は本当にわくわくしていますよ!このブログに英語と日本語で書きますよ。私は長い間日本語を勉強していますので、本当に練習したいですよ。日本語でブログポストにミスがあったら、ごめんなさい。実は、私はペラペラじゃありませんが、頑張りますよ!それでは、始まりましょう!