WIDAI Japanese Journal 2024-01-24T12:03:57+07:00 Rama Ulun Sundasewu Open Journal Systems <p>WIDAI Japanese Journal is peer-reviewed journal published by Japanese Language Study Program of Widyatama University, Bandung. Published twice a year at March and September, the articles published in WIDAI Japanese Journal will mainly cover research and survey results concerning the topics of Japanese Linguistic, Japanese applied Linguistics, Japanese Language Education, and Japanese Culture. The mission and purpose of WIDAI Japanese Journal is to promote and increase the Japanese language research quality in order to achieve answers and solutions to all topics and problem concerning Japanese language linguistics, education and culture.</p> REPRESENTASI NILAI BAIK DAN BURUK YANG DIREPRESENTASIKAN OLEH BINATANG DALAM PERIBAHASA BAHASA JEPANG 2023-11-25T19:18:36+07:00 MARIA GUSTINI Yayat Hidayat <p><em>This study examines the Representation of Good and Bad Values Represented by Animals in Japanese Proverbs. The purpose of this study was to identify the types of animals used in Japanese proverbs based on their frequency and identify the values represented by good, bad, and neutral in these proverbs. The method used in this study is qualitative descriptive method. The results showed that there were 51 types of animals used, with the frequency of animal types that are often used are dogs, birds, horses, snakes, cats, foxes, fish, frogs, tigers and cows. Good value representations are generally represented by proverbs that use domestic animals such as fish, birds and cows and wild animals such as foxes and storks. Then the representation of bad values is widely depicted by wild or wild animals such as tigers, dragons, dogs, monkeys, snakes, and crows. While the neutral value representation is depicted by the types of frogs, horses, and cats.</em></p> <p><em> </em></p> <p> </p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 WIDAI Japanese Journal GOURMET BOOM: PERGESERAN BUDAYA MAKAN PADA MAHASISWA JEPANG DI OSAKA DAN TOKYO 2023-11-24T14:14:55+07:00 Asep Achmad Muhlisian Solicha Choirotun Chisan Intan Dwi Dahidi Putri <p><em>This research aims to analyze the shape of the shift in eating culture and the factors that cause the shift in eating culture among Japanese students in Osaka and Tokyo. This research uses a qualitative descriptive research method with data collection techniques using observation and techniques. The results of this research are a shift in eating culture among Japanese students in Osaka and Tokyo which initially occurred because their habit of initially eating Japanese food at home with their families changed to eating at restaurants with non-Japanese food and drinks. The form of shift in eating culture according to the gourmet boom theory consists of a shift in eating patterns, a shift in eating places and a shift in eating utensils. Factors that cause shifts in eating patterns and shifts in places to eat include family, boredom, living alone, price, taste, practicality, number of restaurants, friendships, health, living abroad, style, refreshing and work. Meanwhile, the factors that cause a shift in cutlery are adjustment, practicality and living abroad</em></p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 WIDAI Japanese Journal ANALISIS MAJAS DALAM LIRIK FLOWER OLEH MAEDA ATSUKO 2024-01-19T15:56:52+07:00 Ryan Ikmal Rabbani <p>Figure of speech changes the use of words from their usual literal meaning to a more creative, figurative or unconventional meaning. The purpose of using figure of speech is to enrich and beautify the language, as well as to create a stronger and more interesting impression in communication. This study aims to analyze the figure of speech contained in the lyrics of the Japanese song "Flower" sung by Maeda Atsuko. The study was conducted using a semantic approach to identify and understand the use of figure of speech in the lyrics. The research method involves a process of recording and direct analysis of the lyrics of the song "Flower". The figure of speech found were analyzed based on their literal and figurative meanings, as well as the context of their use in the lyrics. The results showed that the lyrics of this song contained 18 data or sentences containing various types of figure of speech, including metaphor, personification and hyperbole. The most common figure of speech found are 14 metaphors, 3 personification figure of speech and 1 hyperbole figure of speech. This research provides insight into Maeda Atsuko's creativity and artistic expression in composing the lyrics of the song "Flower". The analysis of figure of speech in these lyrics also provides a deeper understanding of the messages and feelings that singers want to convey to listeners. In addition, this research can be a contribution to literature and language studies, especially in understanding the use of figure of speech in the context of music and songs.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords: figure of speech, Japanese songs, semantics</em></strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 WIDAI Japanese Journal PELANGGARAN PRINSIP KERJA SAMA DALAM ANIME HORIMIYA 2024-01-24T11:15:34+07:00 Talisa Listriani <div class="page" title="Page 45"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The principle of cooperation is a set of rules or principles used in communication to achieve effective understanding between speakers and listeners. In the principle of cooperation, there are four maxims that must be obeyed, namely the maxim of quantity, the maxim of quality, the maxim of relevance, and the maxim of manner. This research aims to find out what types of cooperation principles are violated and what conversational strategies are used when violations occur. This research uses descriptive qualitative method because the data used is linguistic data in the form of words. Data source obtained from an anime titled Horimiya, produced in 2021. The data collection in the study used the free listening method with the advanced technique of note-taking technique. Data analysis was conducted using Grice's (1975) theory of cooperation principles, and Dell Hymes' (1974) Speaking for conversational strategies. Based on the results of the study, there were 57 data of violation of the principle of cooperation. Violation of the maxim of relevance is the most common violation with 24 data, meanwhile, the least violations are maxim of manner and maxim of quantity with 7 data each. Followed by the maxim of quality with 19 data. The most widely used conversational strategies in the violation of the principle of cooperation are in the components of S(etting), P(articipants), E(nd), K(ey).</p> </div> </div> </div> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 WIDAI Japanese Journal ANALISIS PERIBAHASA JEPANG YANG MENGANDUNG KATA “MULUT” (KAJIAN SEMANTIK) 2024-01-24T11:30:37+07:00 Muhammad Nasa Afrizal <p><em>Language is a communication media in maintaining interpersonal communication, the language used in the form of expression or advice what the so-called proverbs. In Japanese, proverbs are called Kotowaza which means the string of words or short expressions containing sarcasm, satire, indirect expression, advice, warning, and so on which are used in the past time. The purposes of this research are to describe the meaning of the Japanese proverbs and the meaning of Indonesian proverbs. The method used is descriptive qualitative method, and the data collection is conducted by using observation technique with uninvolved conversation, while the note-taking technique is used to write down the data. Twenty Japanese proverbs are analyzed, and based on the data analysis, it is obtained that there are 3 data of Japanese proverbs containing the same meaning and words, while 17 data of Japanese proverbs containing different words but the same meaning as the meaning of Indonesian proverbs.</em></p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 WIDAI Japanese Journal