Nihongo to Tane 49: 質実剛健 to do things earnestly without pretention | Japanese Immersion
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質実剛健 shitsu jitsu gouken: 質実 shitsu jitsu (simplicity; plainness) + 剛健 gouken (vigor; sturdiness) – to do things sincerely with fortitude and vigor but not pretention.

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質実剛健 to do things earnestly without pretention

For upper beginners to intermediates. Listen to the short podcast and then answer the comprehension questions on the website: https://thejapanesepage.com/nihongonotane-index/

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https://thejapanesepage.com/podcast-nihongonotane-49

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