Monthly Archives: November 2016

Chototsu Moushin 猪突猛進

Chototsu Moushin It means to charge headlong; foolhardy; reckless. The literal meaning of this idiom is a wild boar rushing madly ahead at something. A wild boar piglet which is called URIBO is cute, however its looks can be deceiving … Continue reading

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Hiroki 大樹 Nozumi 能住

大海に 己が小舟を 浮かばせて 樹立の心 黙して思う Taikai ni Ono ga Kobune wo Ukabasete Juritsu no Kokoro Mokushite Omou You are the small boat that floats in front of a wide expanse of sea. While floating on the waves, look deeply into yourself in silence … Continue reading

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