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Kakukaku Shikazika (かくかくしかじか)

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    Kakukaku Shikazika


    When you feel tired of explaining something concretely, you can say kakukaku shikazika (かくかくしかじか).

    Actually, its etymology has not been cleared, but kaku (かく) and shika/zika (しか/じか) can be written in kanji as 斯く and 然, respectively.

    Both 斯く and 然, mean “such,” that is, you can avoid concrete expressions or explanations by using these terms.

    Because of this, it is thought that the expression kakukaku shikazika came to be used when avoiding concrete expressions, explanations or descriptions.

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