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Grammar detail: ならでは

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JLPT:
ならでは - unique to; only found in
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ならでは
means
unique to; only found in
 
この
あつ
にほん
日本
ならではです
This humidity is unique to Japan.
これ
ほっかいどう
北海道
ならでは
かいさん
海産
ひん
です
This is seafood you can only find in Hokkaido.
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Kanji used in this grammar

ジョウ   む to heat with steam   むれる to be steamed; to get musty   むらす to cook with steam   
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ショ   あつ hot (weather)   
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ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
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ホン   book   もと origin   
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ホク   きた north   
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カイ   うみ ocean   
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ドウ   トウ   みち road   
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サン    giving birth; products   う to give birth to   うまれる to be born   うぶ- newborn   
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ヒン    elegance   しな goods   
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