めにはいる


半年ぐらい前、デパートで買い物をしていると
ショーケースの中の、とてもかわいい時計が
目に入りました [1]

50年ほど前に作られた時計で、丸くて小さな
うで時計でした。

少し高いものだったので、たんじょう日に
買ってもらうことにしていたのですが、たんじょう日に
買いに行ったら、もう売れてしまっていました。

残念。


Mrs.Onomatopoeia

Mrs.Onomatopoeia

Yuko Kimizuka. Director of Educational Affairs Section. Worked for a private company until 1994. In 1996 started working as a Japanese teacher specialised in private lessons. Teach mainly those who are at the executive positions. Writing serially weekly materials regarding idioms and Onomatopopeia for intermediate Japanese learners at http://webjapanese.com/blog/onomatopoeia/

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  1. [1]to come across someone or something
    [lit: to enter into one’s eyes]
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Yuko Kimizuka. Director of Educational Affairs Section. Worked for a private company until 1994. In 1996 started working as a Japanese teacher specialised in private lessons. Teach mainly those who are at the executive positions. Writing serially weekly materials regarding idioms and Onomatopopeia for intermediate Japanese learners at http://webjapanese.com/blog/onomatopoeia/
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