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Many onomatopoeias are rooted in concepts and logic unique to the Japanese people themselves, and therefore pose a special challenge for foreign students of the language. With that said, let’s examine some common Japanese onomatopoeia...
I especially love the ones for things that have no sound. I learned that when you feel sticky from humidity you say "peta peta". I think that one is especially unique to Japan.