How to make Mitarashi dangoHow to make Mitarashi dango2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
200 g of rice flour
200 ml of hot water
100 ml water
2 1/2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp corn starch
1.) Mix the rice flour and water together.
2.) Knead till dough is as tough as your earlobe.
3.) Fill a pan with water and heat up.
4.) Rip off bite sized pieces of the dough and steam them for 25 minutes
5.) Throw the balls into a bowl and mush together with a wetted wooden spoon.
6.) Knead the dough
7.) Roll out dough into a long stick shape.
8.) With a wetted knife, cut bite sized pieces off.
9.) roll the pieces into balls.
10.) wet skewers and apply an even amount of dumplings to each.
11.) pour sauce over dumplings and enjoy.
1.) Mix all the ingredients in a sauce pan.
2.) Simmer till thickened.
3.) Pour over dangos.
A New World Pt. 29 - VoicesA New World Pt. 29 - Voices1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Okay, so this is the emotional climax of this entire story, so I thought I would give you some music suggestions for when you're reading. If you want to, there are links in the description that correspond to the numbers in the story. If you open the videos from YouTube as the numbers come up, you will hear what I think would be a good soundtrack for this chapter. You don't have to of course, but it'll be better if you do!
That voice...it's made everything worse. I should've known that we wouldn't get off that easily.
"You again...and you brought companions." I look back to the others who are busy pulling themselves from the water. I try to shake off as much of it before I look back to her. There she is in all her green-skinned anti glory. Those black horns and gold staff resting motionless. She has this smile that's more of a smirk.
"Maleficent..." Sora steps up beside me. The others aren't far behind, "What do you want?"
"I am quite certain I have already made my intenti
Ignorance Is Bliss 10Ignorance Is Bliss 101 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
i gotta go Twoface said i dont want my brother to be worried about me for no reason. I understand Willow said but how are you planning to get out of here?. Twoface smiled Ive got my methods he said.
After Twoface left , Balby suddenly felt the urge to explore the ghost town. Lets explore this place a bit he said we might find something useful. Willow laughed what happened to the little professor who only wants to study and learn stuff?. Balby blushed. Well Willow said if you want to explore, then lets do it~!
After two hours of walking, the two decided to take a pause and rest for a bit. Balby felt very jumpy and awkward, in the time he and Willow spend walking they only had awkward conversations, about how awesome it was to be the only ones alive in a whole country, about hobbies and a lot more, but none of the conversations lasted longer than 5 min
I love youSometimes...I love you1 year ago in Emotional More Like This
I want to cry.
I feel funny inside.
I want to cry.
I'm so emotional.
Especially for someone like you.
I know you know you've hurt those before.
I'm young. I'm naive. I don't know yet.
But I know that's how it is.
I love you.
I love you not.
I love you.
I want to cry, because I don't know if you feel the same.
You take longer. He did too. It's okay...
I love. I hurt. I know you're destructive.
I cry inside, my heart out.
I sit in the corner and I cry my tears I cry.
I want you to take my hand.
But it's your hand that must decide.
I know if you take it...and don't mean anything by it...I'll cry.
Because I love you.
Even those you love, will hurt you. They'll hurt you deeply.
For some, if you change, they stop loving you.
Some, even if you change, it's okay, they'll be there.
Just wanna sit there by you.
If you love me too, or like maybe at first..
it'll be okay to take my hand, or touch my shoulder.
If you do take me, be gentle.
My soft heart is break
DepressionHave you seen past that smile?Depression1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
Have you seen past her makeup and fake laugh?
Haven't you wonder why she barely talk?
Haven't you wonder why she doesn't eat that much when she out?
Look pass that smile.
Look pass the makeup and fake laugh.
Look in to the pain.
Look in to the sadness.
She starves her self most days.
She doesn't talk for fare she will say the wrong things.
There is more to her then you know.
There is less of her ever day.
Depression takes over her body.
Depression takes over her mind.
Nihongo o narau - Third lessonYoukoso!!Nihongo o narau - Third lesson2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Minna-san!! Konnichiwa!! How are you to day? I hope your fine!!
You remember what we have learnt last time? The "Janai" thing I told you that the negative form of "desu" is "janai" & both of them have a past form "Datta" & "janakatta" .
I told you also that the next lesson (This lesson) will be about the interrogative form but I changed my mind because it's too easy All what you have to do is to add the particle "ka" at the end of the sentence Like this:
"Anata wa Hiroto desu" . "You're Hiroto"
"Anata wa Hiroto desu ka?" .. "Are you Hiroto?"
So I decided to teach you something more useful & I guess you will like it!! How to say "I like something" & "I don't like something"!!
Ladies & gentlemen Today's lesson!!
Third lesson: Suki or
Me and MyselfBeing crazy keeps me saneMe and Myself1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
Being strong numbs the pain
Being a leader stops me relying
Telling the truth stops me lying
Having the guts makes me strong
Having the choice between right and wrong
Standing my ground makes me a winner
All proud talk makes me a sinner
How do you see me?
Nihongo o narau - second lessonYoukoso!!Nihongo o narau - second lesson2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Minna-san!! Konnichiwa!! Hello guys!! I'm Hikari!! Did you enjoyed the last lesson? I really hope so!!
I guess you still remember the last lesson .You don't?! Okay!! I'll remember you!! :
That's the affirmative form But there are other forms of "desu" Don't worry!! It's soooo simple!!
The second lesson will be about .
Second lesson: Kare wa gakusei janai
After this lesson you will be able to make the negative form & the past tense of "Desu".
You still remember the pronouns!! Don't you? Great!! Today We will use new words!!
we will need demonstrative pronouns we already know them:
[Bullet; Pink]Sore: That/Those
[Bullet; Orange]We will need also some adjectives .ummmm :
Japanese NamesNames:Japanese Names5 years ago in Other More Like This
Yorukaze = NightBreeze
Chia = Cheer
Kishiyami = KnightDarkness
Yukihana = Snowflower
Zetsumeibara = Death rose (pronounced sets-umi-bara)
Zuruikage = Slyshadow
Atomyou = Scarlife
Reinarashi = Rainstorm
Hekirekihane = Thunderwing
Urufumetsuki = Wolfeyes
Shiroipedaru = Whitepedal
Unabarahi = Oceanblaze
Ashishin = Evilheart
Ukiyotouza = Lifepresent
Aisou = Lovestream
Aoirinsei = Bluenature
Mausu = Mouse
Hanametsuki = Flowereyes
Hizai = Icefortune
Buriza-dokon = Blizzardsoul
He, The Puppet"A string through your body...from your feet up to your head...holding you up...keeping your head held high..."He, The Puppet2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Her words echoed in his mind. His arms held out away from him and his head up, he looked similar to the crucified image of christ. His hair was shaggy and tangled, and tears were dried on his face. He tilted his head back slightly and looked upward. "If only I had known..." he whispered. "If only I had been smarter...not blinded by love..."
"Silence!" The word rang throughout the large room. He winced and his eyes began to tear up once again. "Yes, mistress..." he whimpered. Shivers ran through his body as her laughter flowed from above.
His left arm jerked upward and he winced the familiar tugging pain in his palm. He glanced at his hand and saw the nearly invisible string going upwards. The connecting wound had begun to bleed again. His
Do You kNOwDo You kNOw1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
Learn more for me
Love more for you
This whole life's the best thing you and I will do
Take time to laugh
And a little time to cry
For in the end my dear it's only you and I
I know we'll make memories that one day will fade away
But for now and especially today don't go turning grey no not yet
If the world we know came to a sudden stop
And we were standing at the top
Of it all
I promise you my dear out of love I'll never fall no not once at least as I can tell
As the time goes by and we say goodbye we'll shed some tears
Because were only human after all so I guess that means we know how to express our emotions
Don't we my dear
I love to hear you say you love me
I love to know your voice
I know I'd love to be your one and only choice
doesn't that sound fair enough
I called your blushing bluff
I know I've got the stuff
To be that one and only love
Yes oh yes that one and only
If only you knew
That I exist
Did you know
Do you know
May I Never...May I Never...1 year ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This
May I never know what this could have been
May I never wake if this is all just a dream
May I never see your face again should we ever part
May I never know that someone else now holds your love in their heart
May I never hear your words falling on my ear
May I never have a love like this that makes me disappear
May the world cease to exist should this ever repeat it's self
And if it should may I cut my heart out and place it on a shelf.
How to make yakitori chickenHow to make yakitori chicken2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
2 chicken breasts, cut into about 3/4 inch pieces
1 negi, cut into about 3/4 inch pieces
Bamboo skewers (soaked in water to prevent burning)
For tare sauce (makes about 1/2 cup):
5 Tbsp soy sauce
5 Tbsp mirin
3 Tbsp sake
1 1/2 - 2 Tbsp of sugar *adjust the amount to your preference
A slice of ginger (optional)
Mix sugar, sake, mirin, and soy sauce in a sauce pan and stir well.
Put a slice of fresh ginger, if preferred.
Bring to a boil on high heat and turn down the heat to low and simmer until slightly thickened.
Stop the heat and set aside.
Thread chicken and negi on skewers alternatively.
Grill the skewered chicken and negi over hot coals until the surface of chicken turns white.
Brush the skewered chicken and negi with the sauce.
Grill until cooked through, brushing the sauce a couple of times.
Japanese names 4 girls part 11Japanese names for girls part 6. comments and favs are greatly appreciated.Japanese names 4 girls part 116 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Noriko-child of principle
Sakiko-blossoming child/earlier child
Shige-nickname for names beginning with shige
Japanes names for girls part 2Japanese name for girls part twoJapanes names for girls part 27 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Mitsuko- child of Mitusu
Miyoko- beautiful generations child
Mimoko- child of Momo
Mutsuko- child of Mutsu
Nahoko- child of Naho
Namiko- child of nami
Nanako- child of Nana
Naoko- child of nao
Naomi- pleasant one, above all, beauty
Natsuko- child of Natsu
Nayoko- child of Nayo
Noriko- child of doctrine
Reiko- child of Rei, gratitude
Ren- water lily
Reiko- child of Rei
Rikako- child of Rika
Rinako- child of Rena
Risako- child of Risa
Japanese names 4 girls part 7Japanese names for girls part 6. comments and favs are greatly appreciated.Japanese names 4 girls part 76 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Hikaru- light or shining
Hiromi-wide seeing/widespread beauty
Hisako- long lived child
Hitomi- beutiful eyes
Izanami-female who invites
Junko- pure child
Japanese wordsAngel-mitsukai, tenshi, tennotsukai, enzeruJapanese words6 years ago in Editorial More Like This
Demon-oni, tenma, de-mon, akuma, akki
God-tentei, joutei, tenshu
god-tentousama, kamisama, nushi, kami
Light-ranpu, fuwafuwa, tomoshibi, assarishita, awai, hi
Dark-kuro, mei, kuroppoi, da-ku, myou, kurai, sumizome
Darkness-ankoku, kuragari, kurayami, yami
Blood-chi, ketsueki, chishio
Death-oujou, zetsumei, takai, shouten, shikyo, sendo
Palm-hirate, shhushou, hira
Life-itonami, ukiyo, myou, seimei, ikioi, jurei, jinsei
Fire-kasai, faia, houta, hi, hinote, kaki, gogyou, kaji
Air-tei, kuuki, ea, fuzei, kuuchu, ea-, tenkuu
Earth-tsuchi, yochi, chi, a-su, daichi, koudo
Fight-sentou, tatakai, ikusa, faito
Black-kuroi, burakku, kuromeru, kuro
White-howaido, shiroi, shiro,howaito
Good-tame, yoi, zen, yoroshii, sasuga, ka, yoshi, gu-
Evil-ashi, kagai, akuhei, yakunan, fuzen, yokoshima
Male Japanese NamesAKI: Japanese unisex name meaning "autumn; bright."Male Japanese Names6 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
AKIHIKO: Japanese name meaning "bright/shining prince."
AKIHIRO: Japanese name meaning "bright scholar; shining abroad."
AKIO: Japanese name meaning "bright man."
AKIRA: Japanese unisex name meaning "bright; clear; dawn."
ARATA: Japanese name meaning "fresh."
ATSUSHI: Japanese name meaning "cordial; industrious."
DAICHI: Japanese name meaning "great first son" or "great land."
DAIKI: Japanese name meaning "of great value."
DAISUKE: Japanese name meaning "great helper."
EIJI: Japanese name meaning "excellent second son; splendid ruler."
FUMIO: Japanese name meaning "literary/scholarly child."
GORO: Japanese name meaning "fifth son."
HACHIRO: Japanese name meaning "eighth son."
HAJIME: Japanese name meaning "beginning."
HARUO: Japanese name meaning "springtime man."
HIDEAKI: Japanese name meaning "shining excellence; splendid brightness."
HIDEKI: Japanese name meaning "splendid opportunity."
HIDEO: Japanese name meaning "spl
Japanese c and dC'sJapanese c and d7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
-chan = A suffix used at the end of a name, usually used for someone younger than you (ChibiUsa-chan), a close friend of the same age
Chibi = Little, small (Chibi-Usa means "Small rabbit")
Cho = Super
Chojin = Superman
Chojo = Superwoman
Chotto: A little
Chuu-gakkou: Middle school
Chibi: Little, small
Chuu-gakkou: Middle school
Cosplay: Costume Play (often associated with dressing like anime characters)
Dare = Who
Densetsu = Legend
Dochirahe? = How are you?
Doko = Where
Dokoro no hata = Skull and crossbones
Dorekurai = How
Doshite = Why
Doyatte = How
Daijoubu: In question form it means, "Are you ok". Just said out as a statement means "I'm fine."
Dame: (dah-meh) Bad, no good
Domo arigato gozaimasu: Thank you very much.
Daijoubu: In question form it means, "Are you ok". Just said out as a statement means "I'm fine."
Japanese names 4 girls part 9Japanese names for girls part 6. comments and favs are greatly appreciated.Japanese names 4 girls part 96 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Mariko-child of reason
Masa- nickname for japanese names beginning with masa
Masumi-increasing beauty/true beauty
Mayumi-true bow/true intent beauty
Megumi-blessing from god
Michiko-child on the correct path/thousand beauties
Mieko- beautiful blessing child
Miki-beautiful tree/ three trees
Japanese words 2Japanese words 2Japanese words 26 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Hot water -- Oyu
Hotel -- Hoteru
Key -- Kagi
Money -- Okane
New -- Atarashii
Old -- Furui
Paper -- Kami
Pencil -- Empitsu
Room -- Heya
Stamp -- Kitte
Station -- Eki
Store -- Mise
Taxi -- Takushi
Telephone -- Denwa
Ticket -- Kippu
Tea (green) -- Ocha
Tea (black) -- Koh-cha
Water -- Mizu
Small -- Chiisai
Large -- Ohkii
japanese names 4 girls part 6Japanese names for girls part 6. comments and favs are greatly appreciated.japanese names 4 girls part 66 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Bunko literary child
Chiasa one thousand mornings
Chie wisdom/one thousand blessings
Chieko wise child/one thousand blessings
Chiharu one thousand springs
Chikakao child of wisdom
Chinatsu-one thousand summers
Chiyo-a thousand generations
Chiyoko-child of a thousand generations
Eiko-long lived child/splendid child
Fumiko-child of treasured beauty
Hanako-child of the flowers/flower child
Japanese sufixesName SuffixesJapanese sufixes7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
-chan: Used between friends or with someonne younger than you. Generally a very friendly suffix which is normally used with girls and close female companions
-kun: Generally used for males, but can bee used for females too.
-san: Polite and formal. Used for someone at the same position as you or higher. You would use this with strangers if you didn't know them well. It basically means Mr., miss, Mrs.
dono: this confers utmost respect
-sama: Very high respect. Used when speakiing about gods or someone like an emperor or king
-sensei: Originally means "born earlier thhan me". Usually used towards your master, teacher, or someone wise in the literature and art. You would call your school teacher by this suffix.
onee-chan/san/sama: What you would call your sister.
onii-chan/san/sama: What you would call your brother.
-ko = A suffix used at the end of a girl's name, either