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  • Some of customers seem amazingly to rash into there and begin to queue before daybreak.
  • Some of customers seem amazingly to rush to be there and begin to queue before daybreak.
rush to be there
にんき
  • Thank you for your continued checking my journal entry this year!
  • Thank you for your continued checking of my journal entry this year!
checking of my journal entry
にんき
  • So amang shops trying to take advantage of rivals, odd scenes to sell just before coming the new year have been seen nowadays.
  • So many shops trying to take advantage of their rivals, odd scenes to sell just before the coming of new year have been is seen nowadays.
just before coming the new year
just before the coming of new year
にんき
  • Some of customers seem amazingly to rash into there and begin to queue before daybreak.
  • Some of the customers seem amazingly rush in there and begin to queue before daybreak.
the customers
にんき
  • It now looks established the firm position in Japan as a kind of Japanese culture.
  • It maybe considered now as one of Japan's culture.
× Japanese culture
〇 Japan's culture
Valentina
  • Looking back this year, I wonder how everyone is feeling now -- it's the great 2010, the same as usual, or maybe the one that something great happened to you.
  • Looking back this year, I wonder how everyone is feeling now -- is the great 2010, the same as usual, or maybe a year in which something great happened to you.
a year in which
Valentina
  • You know, today I came across an article reported by "ECA International", a global human resources company, that Tokyo marked the world's most expensive city even if they are putting a lot of energy into cost performance for lunch there recently.
  • You know, today I came across an article reported by "ECA International", a global human resources company, that said that Tokyo ranked as the world's most expensive city even if they are putting a lot of energy into cost performance for lunch there recently.
that said that
Pannenkoek
  • The interesting thing is even if it is called as an old name, it is just still seen now particularly on the media, let's say, TV, newspaper, radio or even on the magazines but not very often in conversation.
  • The interesting thing is even if it is an archaic phrase, it is still frequently seen in the media, let's say, on the TV, newspaper, radio or even on the magazines but it is not very often used in conversation.
in the media
on the TV
on the magazines
Pannenkoek
  • I think my memory about the following is correct: Shiwasu which most Japanese people I wonder know means that even the priests run in this month because of hectic days, finishing this year and welcoming the new year.
  • If I remember correctly, to the average Japanese, the reason why it is called 'running teacher' is because, what with having to make preparations for the the exit of the old year and the welcome of the new, this month is so hectic that even the priests have to run.
to the average Japanese
is because

what with
~などの理由で、一つには
what with A and B
AやらBやらで

make preparations for

the welcome
Pannenkoek
  • So, speaking of December, I briefly mentioned it which is "Shiwasu" in the Japanese ancient word on my previous journal.
  • So, speaking of December, I briefly mentioned that it was referred to as it which is "Shiwasu" in Ancient Japanese in my previous journal.
that it was referred to as

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