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Kintaroo, the Strong Boy, in Japanese culture

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  • Greve Gabi
    dono kao mo Kintaroo ame chinchirorin each face looks like Kintaro candy - chin chirorin Tsukei (tr. Gabi Greve
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 4, 2009
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      dono kao mo Kintaroo ame chinchirorin
         
      each face looks
      like Kintaro candy -
      chin chirorin

      Tsukei
      (tr. Gabi Greve
       

      This senryu is a parody about the new political situation in Japan, Septemper 2009.

      chin chirorin is an imitation of the sound made when cutting the candy sticks into individual candy.

      More about KINTAROO, the Strong Boy and Japanese culture
      http://washokufood.blogspot.com/2009/11/kintaroo-sardine-sweets.html
       
      Enjoy Japanese Food Culture
       
      Gabi

       
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