Japanese Language and Culture

Buzz Buzz Buzz (Bun Bun Bun Japanese Children’s Song)

Japanese Children’s Song ぶんぶんぶん  “ぶん ぶん ぶん はちが とぶ おいけの まわりに のばらが さいたよ ぶん ぶん ぶん はちが とぶ ぶん ぶん ぶん はちが とぶ あさつゆ きらきら のばらが ゆれるよ ぶん ぶん ぶん はちが とぶ ” “bunn bunn bunn hachiga tobu oikeno mawarini nobaraga saitayo bunn bunn bunn hachiga tobu bunn bunn bunn hachiga tobu asatsuyu kirakira nobaraga …

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Close Hands, Open Hands (musunnde hiraite Japanese Children’s Song)

Japanese Children’s Song むすんで ひらいて  むすんで ひらいて てを うって むすんで またひらいて てを うって そのてを うえに むすんで ひらいて てを うって むすんで musunnde hiraite tewo utte musunnde mata hiraite tewo utte sonotewo ueni musunnde hiraite tewo utte musunnde Close hands, open hands, Close hands, open hands, Clap hands, close hands. Open hands again, clap hands, Put those hands up. Close hands, open hands, Clap hands, close hands. Japanese lessons for kids

Snow (Yuki Japanese Children’s Song)

Japanese Children’s Song ゆき  ゆきやこんこ あられやこんこ ふっては ふっては ずんずん つもる やまも のはらも わたぼうし かぶり かれき のこらず はなが さく ゆきやこんこ あられやこんこ ふっても ふっても まだふりやまぬ いぬは よろこび にわ かけまわり ねこは こたつで まるくなる yukiyakonnko arareyakonnko futteha futteha zunnzunn tsumoru yamamo noharamo wataboushi kaburi kareki nokorazu hanaga saku yukiyakonnko arareyakonnko futtemo futtemo madafuriyamanu inuha yorokobi niwa kakemawari nekoha kotatsude marukunaru Snow and hail falling thickly, Falling steadily and piling up, The mountain and the plain are covered with a white cotton hat, Bare trees are blooming Snow and hail falling thickly, Falling steadily and piling …

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Elephant (Zousan Japanse Children’s Song)

Japanese Children’s Song ぞうさん  ぞうさん ぞうさん おはなが ながいのね そうよ かあさんも ながいのよ ぞうさん ぞうさん だれが すきなの あのね かあさんが すきなのよ zousann zousann ohanaga nagainone souyo kaasannmo nagainoyo zousann zousann darega sukinano anone kaasannga sukinanoyo Elephant Elephant, elephant You have a long, long nose My mother has a long nose too. Elephant, elephant Who do you like more I like my mother more Japanese lessons for …

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