japanese mori



Mori Ougai and Akutagawa Ryuunosuke
Mori: Akutagawa-kun. What a perfect coincidence! I’ll give you some money, so will you listen to my request?
Akuagawa: Money is not necessary. Enemies are to be destroyed. Please, your orders.
Mori: Hm? Enemies? No, no! I want you to go buy something for me.
Akutagawa: …..?

Mori Ougai and Nakahara Chuuya
Mori: Chuuya-kun, hey Chuuya-kun. Will you listen to my request?
Chuuya: Boss. What happened. Is there a problem? Is it a business trip?
Mori: Business trip? No, no. I want you to fetch something for me.
Chuuya: Fetch…?

Mori Ougai and Ozaki Kouyou
Mori: Aaaahh! Kouyou-kun! Listen to my request!
Kouyou: Fufuun. Let’s see…. I, don’t, want, to.
Mori: Eh?! Without even hearing the request? Don’t say that, please. I can only ask this to Kouyou-kun. Please, I’m begging you!
Kouyou: Ey, you’re annoying! Stop being so clingy! ……I suppose there is no choice…. What is it, say it now.

Mori Ougai and Elise
Mori: Haaaaaaaaahhhhhhh I’m so glad everyone’s here today. Now then… Elise-chan, Elise-chaaaaan! I prepared lots of new dresses, so let’s get changed!
Elise: No.
Mori: Eeeehhhh! Then, how about eating a delicious cake together for 10 o'clock snack?
Elise: Rintarou is gross, but I’ll eat the cake.
Mori: Elise-chan ♡ I’ll go prepare it immediately!

**This event will be released in 12 parts with 4 interactions each - we’ll make a final large post at the end! Sorry for the huge number orz**


BSD Characters and their Real Prototypes
Port Mafia:

1. Ryuunosuke Akutagawa — Japanese writer, a classic of the new Japanese literature. Known for his short stories and novels. The style of his works was mostly casual and uncomplicated. Akutagawa suffered from mental disorders. One of his famous stories is ‘The Gate of Rashyomon’ (Rashyomon)

2. Chuuya Nakahara — Japanese poet and translator of French poetry of symbolism in Japanese. Is one of the most important poets of Japan of the XX century. Nakahara led bohemian lifestyle. He wrote in the style of tanka but he adhered to the Western canons of versification. Known for his 'Songs of Old Days’ (For the Tainted Sorrow)

3. Odasaku Sakunosuke (Oda Sakunosuke) — Japanese writer. He is often grouped with Dazai Osamu and Ando Sakaguchi. His characters often didn’t fit in what were traditionally considered appropriate forms, either in their frank humanness or in their stubborn individuality. Also wrote radio drama scenarios. Wrote many critical essays. Known for his 'Stories of Osaka Life’ (Flawless)

4. Ichiyo Higuchi — Japanese writer. Became famous as the author of short stories about the life of ordinary people. Known for her 'Life in the Wilderness’, 'Thirteenth Night’

5. Motojiro Kajii — writer, the author of two dozen autobiographical stories and several dozen student sketches. Kajii was called a representative of the genre of ego-fiction, as well as the author of poetry in prose. The only book published during his lifetime was 'Lemon’ (Lemon Bomb)

6. Ryuro Hirotsu — novelist. In his works he revealed the depths of human life. The heroes of his works belonged to the lower social classes that was suffering from poverty. Known for his short story 'Black Lizard’ (Falling Camellia)

7. Michizo Tachihara — Japanese poet and architect. Michizo struggeled to find a way for an urban poet to root himslef in traditional customs and still be 'modern’. He wrote openly about his feelings and was in his heart, allowing his verse to be both uncontaminated and genuine. Known for his 'Of Dawn, Of Dusk’

8. Ogai Mori — Japanese writer, critic and translator. By profession, a military doctor. His name is associated with emrgence and development of romanticism in Japan. Known for his works 'The Dancer’, 'Bubbles on the water’ and 'Messenger’ (Vita Sexualis)

9. Koyo Ozaki — Japanese writer. Mainly wrote historical novels. The language of his works was considered as conversational. He protested against the capitalist system. Known for his works 'The love confession of two nuns’, 'Fragnant Headboard’, 'Three Wives’ (Golden Demon)

10. Kyusaku Yumeno — was the pen name of the early Showa period author, Sugiyama Taido. He wrote detective novels and is known for his avant-gardism and his surrealistic, wildly imaginative and fantastic, even bizzare narratives. Known for his 'Love After Death’, 'Hell in a Bottle’, 'Terrifying Tokyo’ (Dogra Magra)

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miyukiaii  asked:

I've been trying to learn Japanese recently, I'm finding it a bit hard though ;-; any advice on learning a new language from the hosts? ^^

Kyoya:  Ah yes, learning Japanese can be tricky for non-natives.  I remember learning English and French, and even 3 year old me had some difficulties.  

Originally posted by wuts-going-on

Hikaru:  Learning a language at any age can be tough.  

Kaoru:  Like you in French Class.  

Originally posted by myanimestars

Tamaki:  What’re you talking about?  I find French quite easy!

Originally posted by nicorobin

Haruhi:  Well you did grow up there, senpai…

Honey:  Learning a new language is exciting!  Usa-chan and I go over vocabulary words every night!  Takashi always corrects us when we’re wrong, though.  

Originally posted by a-n-i-m-a-t-e

Mori:  Mmm. Practice is key.  You’ll get it.  

Saturday shopping with my family. While walking through the concrete jungle, I stumbled upon this little nook…a little bit of greenery just off the main sidewalk 🌿
Dress: SM2
Cardigan: earth, music, and ecology
Bag: axes femme
Everything else thrifted