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7 examples found containing '日本人 日本'

わたし
にほんじん
日本人
ですが、
にほん
日本
んでいません

I'm Japanese, but I don't live in Japan.
ぼく
にほんじん
日本人
よりとても
たか
から、
にほん
日本
って
から、
おおおとこ
大男
なりました
I’m a lot taller than Japanese people, so when I went to Japan, I was a giant.
かいがい
海外
そだ
にほんじん
日本人
こども
子供
ばあい
場合
にほんご
日本語
かんぺき
完璧
できる
ばあい
場合
すら
きこくご
帰国後
にほん
日本
がっこう
学校
てきおう
適応
する
のに
たいへん
大変
くろう
苦労
する
こと
ときどき
時々
ある。
Japanese children brought up overseas sometimes face great difficulty in adjusting themselves to Japanese schools after returning, even though they have a perfect command of Japanese.
そうむしょう
総務省
によると
ことし
今年
いちがつ
1月
にほん
日本
いる
にほんじん
日本人
じんこう
人口
は、
いちおく
1億
2558
まん
3658
にん
でした。
According to the Ministry of Affairs and Communications, in January this year the population of Japanese people in Japan was 125,583,658.
しかしながら
にほん
日本
あいか
相変
わらず
くに
から
じゅうぶん
十分
りかい
理解
されておらず
にほんじん
日本人
ほう
がいこくじん
外国人
りかい
理解
にくい
おも
っている

Yet Japan is still not sufficiently understood by other countries, and the Japanese, likewise, find foreigners difficult to understand.
にほん
日本
のあるインドカレー
カレー
あじ
って、やっぱり
にほんじん
日本人
くち
わせて
つく
られている
よね。
The curry they serve in Japan is milder than real Indian curry. They adapt it to Japanese tastes.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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