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Déjà je ne suis pas vraiment sûre de vouloir tester un produit à base d’huile de cheval mais en plus la traduction automatique du site japonais laisse vraiment à désirer… parfois ça vaut vraiment le coup (le coût haha) de payer un(e) professionnel(le) pour être sûr de ne pas vous ridiculiser en ligne.

Pelican soap family horse oil soap « oh c’est joli!! c’est quoi le mignon cheval dessus maman? » « C’est un savon avec de l’huile de chevaux tués et puis écrasés en petits morceaux ma chérie »

la traduction proposée par le site

Pelican soap family horse oil soap

・Because constitution is similar to moisture ingredient which person originally has, skin familiarity is good, and « horse oil » penetrates, and it is well natural humidity retention oil of usability not to be sticky in stratum corneum.
・Family horse oil soap is thickly sticky sticky sparkle which kneaded horse oil of humidity retention nature oil into soap basis material of the super fat manufacturing method.
・Horse oil and tenacity ingredient of humidity retention ingredient keep moisture of the skin surface like veil, and chewy bubble becomes cushion and protects skin from friction in cleaning.
・By sticky nen ru bubble of natural humidity retention ingredient « horse oil » combination, we wash with moisture easily.
・It is soap made with the super fat manufacturing method to be moistened when we washed.
・Simple prescription to draw charm of horse oil.
・Flavor of traditional soap♪
・You beat with water or tepid water, and please wash skin. Please wash away well afterwards.

190 yen (body price) + tax

voilà, voilà…. j’adore Tokyu Hands mais ils doivent arrêter d’utiliser reverso pour leurs traductions.



Traduction correcte exigée ^^

Publié: février 27, 2014 dans Voyages
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Traduction correcte exigée ^^

Traduire c’est un métier!

In kanazawa

Publié: août 2, 2006 dans japan, voyage au Japon, Voyages
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I forgot to talk about my trip to KANAZAWA using my railpass. I had already been there some year ago to see the famous garden KENROKU EN and the geisha house  SHIMA.
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This time I just saw the two geisha houses ( see the link under). I love Shima because it’s really quiet and you can have maccha and cake in the little room facing the garden for 700 yen. Last time I had been there I was alone taking a tea and this time too, it was so relaxing. I’ll put the picture of the little pink bowl whose colous exactly matched the one of my sweet later with all the others.
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The other geisha house is much more gaudy but still very interesting, when you see it from outside you don’t dare to go because it looks like a restaurant. Inside the first thing you see is a huge staircase.
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the fusuma are painted, some more recently and the inside garden is decorated with shards of glass
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A good thing to know, both houses give you a reduction if you present your one day bus pass ( the loop bus pass for 500 yen)
shopping on that day’ 3 pairs of chopsticks, one showing a rabbit on a silver background, the other two have ends that look like lollipops in acid green and shocking pink