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  • although my father girlfriends and like Oh, yeah.

  • Hello, everybody.

  • Welcome to Tokyo Creative play.

  • I'm your host, Emma.

  • And today I'm here with the wonderful Shiori Talagi who today we're going to be teaching you seven Japanese gestures Gestures in case they come and use for when you come to Japan.

  • Also, I probably don't know these.

  • So she always gonna be teaching me to She always sense.

  • Please teach me the gesture.

  • Okay.

  • Why this way When you like putting your nice I've seen this before.

  • This is like me.

  • Yes, yeah, me So she always say I just did What does this guy Um I I'm your teacher way Do this all the time.

  • We used this'll pose when you are No Sure you are talking to like me?

  • Yeah, That's why it doesn't have to be.

  • No, it doesn't care.

  • Just point e think we also could be like me, but really rarely go for the nose?

  • Usually maybe.

  • Yeah, I face you do that Your country also pointing Oh, someone is not a good thing, right?

  • Oh, in my country it's fine.

  • It's OK to be over there Over there.

  • That's one thing we get told about coming to Japan.

  • It's more like over there and over there.

  • But in Australia, it's like, Oh, yeah, I just go over there, over there, over there.

  • But pointing is kind of rude here, right?

  • The pointing to saw some pointing to people is a bad thing.

  • You can just point out that direction, but not to the past.

  • Okay, cool.

  • Except for you, I guess because we do this yourself.

  • So I just confirm Is it me?

  • You're talking to me.

  • So next I do this car geeks all the time.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • This'll take a bit to get used to when I came here.

  • So this means, like, come here.

  • Where is here, like in Australia?

  • This could be like you look at this and it looks like Go away.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • So when I came here so confused because old people in shops would be like they want me to go away, I never I never understood because in Australia it's like come here is up on, like go away is like go away.

  • Yeah.

  • So I was always confused.

  • I think it's a bit more way you guys think it starts from this way Yeah, yeah, It's like get out of here.

  • No way.

  • Because I do this many.

  • Everyone and Crystal can always say, Surely can Don't name Amy, please.

  • You always say that.

  • Then you can dio anyone next.

  • Next, This one.

  • It's one of our employees, Natasha.

  • Favorite body language.

  • Dio uh so like thinking What is that?

  • It's like, uh oops, really.

  • But it's like a oops e touching your head Like e did something I've seen.

  • Like I've seen anime E I Oh, okay.

  • E Google free picture like a foreigner.

  • It's just going down like e a picture.

  • You guys don't do it.

  • It's kind of like gets more cute like hope seeing that kind of feeling, but more intense.

  • It's like, Oh, no, like, hold.

  • Hold your head in your hands.

  • Maybe that is not that serious thing.

  • It's more like all Oops.

  • I forgot something.

  • E.

  • Oops.

  • E can't next.

  • Who?

  • It's like I have an idea, right?

  • No, I see.

  • I see a I got it.

  • I see.

  • Then.

  • Okay, So, like, if someone's like, I don't know how to do this.

  • Should I use red?

  • I think it would look better with blue.

  • Like Oh, yeah.

  • Blue.

  • That's like an in Japanese, not a c o R.

  • You know, I think that weighs e thought that it's not like coming up the idea.

  • New idea.

  • It's just getting it.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • The closest thing that this that we have, like that E I'm gonna fight this'll way.

  • Not this way.

  • Next.

  • Next, when someone asks you or do you want to get this one?

  • Would you like to do something?

  • Like it's kind of like, Oh, not really, like I'm OK.

  • No way.

  • Do not have this in Australia.

  • Yeah, so yeah.

  • Not so strong This to me.

  • Looks like I smell bad.

  • Okay?

  • It's always but here it's It's like, Oh, no, nothing.

  • Oh, but if you don't know that it might look like people are being like, Oh, you really thank you.

  • Really like, would you wanna come into my house?

  • You're standing in the way.

  • It s so that's like, way more bigger house.

  • This is It has to be e need to do this to number.

  • Yeah, It'll be perfect response.

  • You get Nampa.

  • Yeah.

  • Time has begun.

  • Think a bit old.

  • Not currently that we don't use this gesture But when you do this, it means something.

  • It's not good.

  • This isn't good.

  • This'll means someone.

  • This means someone else, you know.

  • Thanks, man.

  • Man, eyes this woman e se you don't use This is a common, uh, maybe senior people e like you have a girlfriend.

  • Is it kind of like rough like you got a girlfriend?

  • E don't feel comfortable Thio describe to show Do you have a woman?

  • Yeah, I'm I'm not in this kind of situation.

  • I'm never in this kind of situation.

  • Behold, But if you are working in the super traditional cooperate kind of company e think senior people, uh, you are living Corica.

  • Which means you are saying, you know, your boy you're going on a date or seeing a boyfriend.

  • You don't see this often anymore, but I think it could be a man anti male.

  • Okay, next thing to me looks like a mixing bowl.

  • Well, grinding seeds or hubs and stuff.

  • Theo, grind them up.

  • Yeah, some grinding.

  • And I just, uh What does it mean in English?

  • Is just kissing, kissing, kissing ass, like, yeah, buttering them up.

  • So if you have a superior and you want a promotion.

  • Oh, you're so amazing.

  • I did all the files.

  • Oh, you're beautiful looking great today.

  • Like this one.

  • So e is like, Am I doing like this?

  • And me and other people talking about you?

  • You is very She's doing this.

  • She's a little bit.

  • Yeah, Or you can use this as having some jokes, like, Oh, in the same time.

  • You look so pretty today.

  • We owe it.

  • Could be a joke.

  • Yeah, a situation.

  • But at the same time, it could be like she was very.

  • She was doing different attitudes behind it.

  • It just depends on the context.

  • E 00 Okay.

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  • Okay?

  • Yeah.

  • Thank you so much.

  • I always learned so much Every single time we do these No worry.

  • Don't worry.

  • I know for this year again sometimes.

  • Yeah.

  • Thanks so much.

  • You guys we see in the next video.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/15
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