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hillbilly125
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konsori daijin, kikon.

Postby hillbilly125 » January 27th, 2011 2:35 am

does anyone know the meaning of konsori daijin. heard on japanese tv. and kihon desu, said on the weather channel it seems to change his tv screen. thanks dick

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Postby Jessi » January 27th, 2011 10:01 am

hillbilly125-san,

I'm thinking you may have heard Kan souri-daijin (Prime Minister Kan), which is the name of the current prime minister of Japan.

As for "kihon desu", if you heard this while watching the weather report, it may have been "kion desu". Kion means temperature, and they usually say this when they are going to switch topics and talk about the temperatures.

I hope this helps!
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