Akisutozeneko

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Akisutozeneko, (あきすとぜねこの or アキストゼネコ in Japanese) is a love fortune telling used mainly by girls in the Showa period.

Each character associated "aishiteru", "kirai", "suki" "tomodachi", "zekkou", "netsuretsu" and "koibito". Using their initials they would perform Akisutozeneko.

How to perform Akisutozeneko[edit]

(Incorrect somewhere)

Akisutozeneko is performed by changing the letters of your name into numbers.

1) First change any vowels into numbers (a=1、i=2、u=3、e=4、o=5、n=1)
For example: 俗語太郎=ぞくごたろう = Zokugo Tarou = 535153
辞書花美=じしょはなみ = Jishi(o) Hanami = 223112

(No 'small Hiragana' are used for this fortune telling method.)

2) Next, eliminate any numbers that you both share in common.

俗語太郎 = ぞくごたろう=Zokugo Tarou = 535153 = 5+5+5 = 15
辞書花美 = じしょはなみ=Jishi(o) Hanami = 223112 = 2+2+2 = 6

3) Now each number has an associated letter:

あ=a=1
き=ki=2
す=su=3
と=to=4
ぜ=ze=5
ね=ne=6
こ=ko=7
あ=a=8
き=ki=9
etc.

Zokugo Tarou being 15, he will be "ne"
Jisho Hanami is 6, which is also "ne".
Therefore their fortune together is netsuretsu. (passionate)


Japanese:

『あ』・・・愛している
『き』・・・嫌い
『す』・・・好き
『と』・・・友達
『ぜ』・・・絶交
『ね』・・・熱中
『こ』・・・恋人

"Romaji":

a - aishiteiru
ki - kirai
su - suki
to - tomodachi
ze - zekkou
ne - netsuretsu
ko - koibito

English:

a - Love
ki - Dislike
su - Like
to - Friend
ze - Break up
ne - Passionate
ko - Lover

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "あきすとぜねこ - 日本語俗語辞書" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 11 March 2008. Retrieved 2008-03-02.