50 Japanese Particles


(wa): Indicates the topic of a sentence
(ka): Placed at the end of a sentence to indicate a question
(ga): Indicates the subject of a sentence
(ni): Indicates a location
(no): Indicates possession
(wa): Indicates a contrast between 2 items
(ni): Indicates time or frequency
(e): Indicates direction 
(wo/o): Indicates the direct object of a verb
(to): Used to connect and list up multiple items
(ya): Used to connect and partially list up multiple items
など (nado): Used with (ya) to partially list up multiple items
(mo): means “too”, “either”, “also”
(mo): both…and…, neither…nor… 
(ni): Indicates the indirect object of a verb
(ni): Indicates the surface of a object where some action takes place (de): Indicates the location of an action
(to): "Together with",
(no): Indicates an apposition
から (kara): Indicates a starting point in time or place
より (yori): Indicates a starting point in time or place but more formal than から (kara) 
まで (made): Indicates a limit on time, space or quantity
くらい (kurai): Indicates an approximate amount
ほど (hodo): Indicates an approximate amount
ばかり (bakari): Indicates an approximate amount 
(de): Indicates a means or material
(ka): Indicates a choice or alternative
(wo/o): Indicates a point of departure 
(wo/o): Indicates a route of a movement/motion
(ni): Indicates a point of arrival
(ni): Indicates an entering motion
(ni): Used together with a verb to express a purpose
(to): Used when quoting someone 
と いう (to iu): Indicates the name of something
とか (toka): “something like”
(de): Indicates a limit or scope
(to): Indicates a comparison
より (yori): Indicates a comparison
より (yori): Indicates superlative
くらい (kurai): Indicates a comparison
ほど (hodo): Indicates a comparison in a negative sentence 
(ka): someone, something
(mo): “nothing”, nobody”, nowhere” if used with an interrogative word
(ni): Used with a verb to indicate a change or choice
をする (wo/o suru): Expresses an occupation or position
でも (demo): Indicates emphasis
でも (demo): Together with an interrogative word it means “anything”, “anyone”, any time” 
(de): Indicates a cause or a reason
から (kara): Indicates a source such as a giver, a cause or material
(ni): Indicates a person who gives something or who provides a service

And the Karneval Petanko straps Im splitting with Ling!

The small boxes that contain the straps are so tightly sealed that I really literally ripped em open LOL. (Im usually not that violent… obviously this is a lie)

My only complain (I realize I complained on 3 out of the 4 merch i bought) is that Tsukitachi & Hirato are smaller when compared to others. You can tell clearly from the photo where I put my Gareki beside Tsukitachi.

The secret is Nyanperona! And it looks really cute X3

I regretted buying this file set a lot. I thought Reiji & Subaru are seperated designs but it turns out that they are together argh. I was planning on keeping Subaru and selling away Reiji.

I dislike Reiji with passion so it sucks that if I use the first file I have to deal with seeing him argh.

The 2nd file is really cute though.

Yay I gotten my Fire Emblem Awakening Vol 3&4 rubber straps by empty today! (Had to go to the post office to get it personally orz…)

Im very happy with everything except for Emmeryn, if you look closely, you will realize the emblem on her forehead is stamped slanted /: otherwise everything is good.

Now I can have my manhandled otp together too hu hu hu


Better pictures of the upcoming Tales of Graces f 1/8 Scale Asbel Lhant figure by Alter from @tales_ch »


[Character Drama CD "Persona 3" Vol. 5] Jacket
Released By: Frontier Works




can we talk about the fact that we finally heard the jellyfish song

Hi! I’m selling various leftover/unwanted straps & items from different series. (Items range from SGD$8-$10) Please visit my page at My Figure Collection for more information on prices & payment!

Feel free to send me a message/ask here, or PM/comment on MFC if you are interested! (:

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