Japanese Words & Phrases all Anime Fans should know I Anime Senpai Comparisons



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32 comments

  1. Some small corrections guys: Ohayo means good morning and not hellp and Oniichan means Big Brother not Little brother…Thanks to anyone that corrected me with their comments 👍

  2. There is a mistake, onichan is older brother. Ototo (I doubt I spelled that right) is little brother.

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