Thursday, October 25, 2012

Japanese Words for the Day: Fishing

 Fisherman is 漁師 (Ryoshi)
 Fish hook is 釣り針 (Tsuribari)
 Fishing is 釣り (Tsuri)
 Fish is 魚 (Sakana)
Fishing rod is 釣り竿 (Tsurizao)

10 comments:

  1. If I visit Japan, I hope I won't be fishing ;)

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  2. A fisherman almost passes for Mario's pet.

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  3. my father is a ryoshi but he seldom use tsuribari. Love it!! I'm learning!

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  4. "Ryo" and "Sakani", one with the "water" and one without !!!!

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  5. Love this posts Adam!!!
    It's interesting the fact that "Ryo" in spanish (rio) means "River"...

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