|Lit. ‘remaining/enduring heart-mind’; a state of relaxed mental alertness (especially in the face of danger or stress).
|A profound, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe…and the sad beauty of human suffering.
|beauty awareness philosophy
|Koi No Yokan
|The feeling upon meeting someone that falling in love with them is inevitable.
|A man who pretends to be a woman on the internet
|A sudden flutter in your heart, or that feeling of inspiration if you’re anticipating something
|When a young person who is obsessed with TV, video games, and the internet, withdraws from society
|Lit. wood is ‘leaking’ sunlight; dappled sunlight filtering through leaves.
|bathing' in the forest (literally and/or metaphorically).
|Finding beauty within the imperfections of life and peacefully accepting the natural cycle of growth and decay.
|The real place'; in business it refers to the real place where value is created, such as the factory floor. Instead of depending on hierarchy, the people who are closest to what's happening make decisions. Ie: the more hands-on knowledge a decision-maker has, the better their decision will be.
|The practice of getting together with friends on the internet and having a drink together
|A form of Japanese poetry, usually just 17 syllables long (with lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables), involving the sudden juxtapositions of ideas or images, and often focused on natural (e.g., seasonal) phenomena.
|Acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one's home without reading them
|Bowing one's head repeatedly in a grovelling manner
|A word without meaning, said when flopping into a chair after a hard day at work or lifting a heavy bag.
|event physical work
|“Leave luck to heaven” or to leave one's fortune in the hands of fate
|Not bad, or "meh"
|To eat yourself into backruptcy
|Old school cool
|Reclusive adolescents or adults who withdraw from social life, often seeking extreme degrees of isolation and confinement
|gazing vacantly into the distance (without thought or sense of self).
|A Japanese martial art concept which describes the stages of learning to mastery. Roughly is translated to "to keep, to fall, to break away". To first learn the fundamentals (shu), then to break away from traditions (ha), then finally to transcend to where there are no techniques (ri). To "beomce one with the spirit alone".
|A category of taste in food (besides sweet, sour, salt, and bitter); savoriness
|Any mechanism in any process that helps an equipment operator avoid (yokeru) mistakes (poka)