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怪人
  
Literally means "strange person". In the world of [[tokusatsu]], it means a humanoid monster.
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==Definition==
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Literally means "strange person". In the world of [[tokusatsu]], it means a "humanoid monster".
  
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==More Information==
 
Trivia: The kanji for kai 怪 is the same in [[kaiju]]. Kai by itself means "mystery, suspicious, apparition".
 
Trivia: The kanji for kai 怪 is the same in [[kaiju]]. Kai by itself means "mystery, suspicious, apparition".
  
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==Example==
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Most of the monsters in Kamen Rider series are kaijin, since they tend to be humanoid.
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==More Japanese==
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[[:Category:Japanese|List of Japanese Words]]
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[[Page of Japanese terms that appear in the shows]]
 
[[Category: Japanese]]
 
[[Category: Japanese]]

Latest revision as of 04:18, 21 July 2012

怪人

Definition[edit]

Literally means "strange person". In the world of tokusatsu, it means a "humanoid monster".

More Information[edit]

Trivia: The kanji for kai 怪 is the same in kaiju. Kai by itself means "mystery, suspicious, apparition".

Example[edit]

Most of the monsters in Kamen Rider series are kaijin, since they tend to be humanoid.

More Japanese[edit]

List of Japanese Words

Page of Japanese terms that appear in the shows