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Console R&D Support Engineer, Unity Technologies Japan


Jul
23
comment What special kana are used to write foreign words?
Is there a way to type the combining (han)dakuten with Kotoeri/MicrosoftIME, rather than raw Unicode input?
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
awarded  Scholar
Apr
29
accepted When to use 〜す verbs or their する verb counterparts
Apr
25
comment How to say “open Pandora's box” in Japanese?
Is that really equivalent, though? The idea is that Pandora's Box is something that you'd want to open, and having made a naive choice, the consequences are dire and eternal. "Yabuhebi" strikes me more like "let sleeping dogs lie" or "waking a sleeping dragon," etc...
Apr
17
comment When to use 〜す verbs or their する verb counterparts
I was just thinking the same thing, haha. It doesn't exactly answer when one would be used over the other, but knowing that (for example) 訳する is archaic helps me know to avoid writing it in my own work.
Apr
17
awarded  Yearling
Apr
17
revised When to use 〜す verbs or their する verb counterparts
added furigana
Apr
17
awarded  Student
Apr
17
asked When to use 〜す verbs or their する verb counterparts
Apr
16
comment How do I say “before” or “used to” in Japanese?
I see, thank you Chocolate!
Apr
14
revised How do I say “before” or “used to” in Japanese?
added a comment
Apr
14
answered How do I say “before” or “used to” in Japanese?
Apr
10
answered Can 対 be used in Japanese where “Versus” would be used in English?
Apr
7
answered Whats the difference between ぜひ and もちろん
Mar
28
answered Why does Japanese TV News and magazine programs have “mandatory” subtitles/legend?
Mar
13
awarded  Editor
Mar
13
comment What old Japanese texts can be used in the same fashion as the latin “Lorem Ipsum”?
Okay, then, if that's all that you're looking for, I've put the info from that generator into my answer.
Mar
13
revised What old Japanese texts can be used in the same fashion as the latin “Lorem Ipsum”?
SO's URL parser doesn't work
Mar
13
answered What old Japanese texts can be used in the same fashion as the latin “Lorem Ipsum”?