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 How do you refer to siblings in Japanese?

Answer Big brother: Onii-san (Oh-nee-sahn) Big sister: Onee-san (Oh-neh-sahn) Little brother: Otouto-chan (Oh-touh-toh-chan) Little sister: Imouto-chan (EE-mou-to-chan) -Chan and -san honorifics will ... Read More »
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Younger siblings in Japanese?

弟 or おとうと (Romaji: otouto) is Japanese for younger brother. 妹 or いもうと (Romaji: imouto) is Japanese for younger sister.
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What is the translation of you are the eldest of 3 siblings in Japanese langauge?

No, Texas State Law states that it is prohibited to have employment under the age of 14 unsupervised.But a sibling? that's probably an exception. But im not the governer of Texas, sorry.
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Simple Japanese cooking I'd love to cook Japanese food and their are asian stores/international market around?

Stock soy sauce, sugar, sake and mirin (which is just a sweet sake, so you can substitute sake and sugar) in your shelf all the time because these four ingredients are indispensable for Japanese c... Read More »
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Why do Chinese in my city open japanese restaurants whereas they are not Japanese and don't know their culture?

Japanese food is good, and since there are not many Japanese people around to open up Japanese restaurants, Chinese people step up to the plate.Also, Japanese people aren't as flashy as Chinese peo... Read More »
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