So Jun updated his jweb blog today! Just going to highlight a few kanji from his (short) blog post.
花粉 (かふん, kafun) – pollen
Not used in the post… But since Jun was talking about pollen flying all over the place, then it makes sense to introduce the next word:
花粉症 (かふんしょう, kafunshou) – hay fever; pollinosis (allergy to pollen)
歌舞伎座 (かぶきざ, kabukiza) – kabuki troupe; kabuki theater (theatre)
Of course, you’ve heard about 歌舞伎 (かぶき, kabuki) right? Yes? No? If you haven’t, it’s a Japanese classical dance drama. It’s a little hard to explain (plus I’m not an expert) it in this post, so may I kindly point you to helpful wikipedia to read up more?
観劇 (かんげき, kangeki) – theatre-going; theater-going
観 means look, appearance… While 劇 means theater.
Yeah well.. That’s about it. Just three major words to highlight.