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Friday, August 28, 2009

The Tsundere Wiki

Now this is an interesting project.
I've started up my own wiki page with the primary goal of setting up a list of Japanese sound effects and Kasane Kotoba (Japanese Onomatopoeia).

I tell you people, I can have all the grammar and Kanji sourcebooks in the world to help me translate, but there has forever been one subject I never learned. Sound effects. Of course a native Japanese speaker would understand them. But I'm no native.

I google around often, but almost never find any good sound effects pages.
That's where you come in. If you know some... POST THEM!

As for future uses of the wiki... well, I had this crazy idea. Why not have something my first blog did? A wiki where you could post a translation you make and everyone will be able to see it. And it would constantly grow as people translate their works and post them.

But that could be too chaotic. Also, a place where you can post stuff... I believe 4chan /u/ already exists. Oh well...

Bottom line: this sound effects wiki is meant to be a growing rescource! Use it and contribute!


  1. There are links to a few guides at: http://www.manganews.net/forums/showthread.php?t=26
    Also, here's an older one I use that's no longer up: http://web.archive.org/web/20021205113224/http://www.aestheticism.net/yyhdjs/general/g_fx1.html

  2. Thank you Erin! That was much helpful indeed.
    Of course I'll still play with the wiki a little. I'll take everything from those websites and combine them together.

  3. Cool. I think at least one of the sfx sites (kyoh.monkey-pirate?) has a disclaimer about how they want their work used, so you might want to check for those.

  4. Here's one page we've referenced for Japanese SE for some years now.
    It remains unchanged since then, but it might be handy.


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