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Shounen 少年, Seinen 青年, Shoujo 少女, Josei 女性 - Meaning in Japanese & Differences Between The Anime "Genres"

Monday, July 25, 2016
Often manga and anime are divided into these four categories: shounen 少年, shoujo 少女, seinen 青年, and josei 女性. Everyone has watched a shounen anime or two, and read a shoujo manga, perhaps. But what's the difference between shounen, shoujo, and the others? What do these words even mean in Japanese?

Oniichan, Oneechan, Otouto, Imouto - Meaning in Japanese

Sunday, July 24, 2016
Brothers and sisters, we are here united on this day to talk about the difference between "brother" and... "brother"... in Japanese. And "sister" and "sister." Of course I'm talking about the words oniichan 御兄ちゃん and otouto 弟, and oneechan お姉ちゃん and imouto 妹, and some other words related to siblings.

Tsundere ツンデレ, Yandere ヤンデレ, Kuudere クーデレ - Meaning in Japanese & Differences

Thursday, July 21, 2016
Three words you may often hear when talking about girls in anime are tsundere ツンデレ, kuudere クーデレ and yandere ヤンデレ. Besides being used only when talking about girls and being mostly words made-up by fans, they also got this dere デレ there at the end, so, clearly, they're related somehow. But what do they mean exactly?