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Shiritori (尻取り) Japanese Word Game

Shiritori (尻取り) is a Japanese word game and is a perfect game for those learning the language because it practices vocabulary.

 

We will play by basic rules.

The rules are simple:

1: All types of nouns are allowed, native or not. (no adjectives, verbs, ect. Nouns only)

2: The noun must start with the last syllable of the previous word. Example: neko-->koko-->kokoro-->roku and so on.

3: ん/ン is not allowed because there are no words that start with the nasal ん/ン (n) sound. All other n- syllables are allowed, but not ん/ン (n).if you use a word that starts with ん/ン, you will lose. Examle: nana-->naka-->kau-->un. The person who said "un" lost.

 

Good Luck! がんばってください!

 

愛(あい/ai) Love. Syllable is "i".

Aug 5, 2012 2:12 AM
Comments · 24

チーズケーキ - (cheese cake)

next is き・キ

November 28, 2012

家(うち) - House。 Next is ち(Chi)

October 21, 2012

昨日(きのう) Yesterday. Next is う (u).

August 20, 2012

うそつき (liar) usotsuki

 

next is ki (き)

August 15, 2012

Raishū/らいしゅう(来週/next week)next is u-

August 13, 2012
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Storm Kesocascay
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Latin, Other, Russian, Turkish
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Japanese, Latin, Russian, Turkish