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May 17, 2018

Advanced Word of the Day – 名産 [famous product]

The Japanese Page Word of the Day - Famous Product

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Word of the Day: May 17, 2018

 

名産

noun | めいさん


MEANING: famous product (of an area); local specialty; noted product

EXAMPLE SENTENCE:

青森の名産は、リンゴだ。

あおもりのめいさんは、りんごだ。
Aomori Prefecture is famous for apples.

 

NOTES:

Literally, “Aomori’s famous product apples.”

VOCABULARY:

青森 【あおもり】 Aomori prefecture (most northern part of honshu)
名産 【めいさん】 famous product; noted product; local specialty
リンゴ apple

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