Blog Love: Onsen Meijin

I was looking around for some new blogs to look at, and I hadn’t yet discovered Onsen Meijin. A recent poster to my own blog pointed out that “meijin” (名人) means master, and has nothing directly to do with fame/ reputation. Well, kanji can have more than one meaning in practice; derived meanings are as old as Chinese itself.

Onsen Master itself is all about Japanese hot springs bathing. I strongly suggest taking a look, since you can get a nice look at the Japanese culture that surrounds hot springs bathing; a good example is the luscious food shown here.

I’ve added Onsen Meijin to my blogroll, which isn’t nearly large enough but, I haven’t been doing this blog full time.

J Sensei

About J Sensei

Blogger, writer, linguist, former Japanese> English translator, rusty in French, experienced in Japanese, fluent English native. Writing for Technorati.com and various blogs. Skype: jeremiah.bourque (messages always welcome). E-mail: [email protected]
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