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Words for colours in japanese with notes on their etymology and usage. japanese crosswords is a very fascinating kind of graphic crosswords, which develops logic, creative thinking and erudition. On the site there are catalogues of black and white and colour japanese crosswords. Online game for learning the words for the colours in japanese from the digital dialects japanese website. The traditional colors of japan trace their historical origins to the twelve level cap and rank system which was established in 603 by prince shtoku and based on the five chinese elements. In this system, rank and social hierarchy were displayed and determined by certain colors. Japanese words for colour include , , , , , , , , and. Next, each pair is given a bag of jellybeans (the teacher can prepare small samples by putting various jellybeans in ziplock bags). The students count the number of each colour jellybean and then colour in the graph. Ao (hiragana kanji adjective form aoi ()) is a japanese color word that includes what english-speakers would call blue and green. For example, in japan, blue skies are described as aozora (), and green traffic lights are described as ao-shing (). Modern japanese has a separate word for green, midori (), although its boundaries are not. Page 1 out of 667 (total colour crosswords 16675) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. The japanese especially love the red that is obtained from safflower (benibana), and it was very popular in the heian period (794-1185). Some of the beautiful clothing that were dyed with safflower red are well-preserved in the shousouin at todaiji temple, more than 1200 years later.