Sake, having it up my watch
This app has been specially created with people who not only are big fan of Apple Watch but also plan to visit Japan or are interested in Japanese words or Sake brewing or Sake / rice wine itself in particular.
What is the App like?
Firstly, this app has been specially created with people who not only are big fan of Apple Watch but also are interested in Japanese words or Sake brewing or Sake / rice wine itself in particular. And, you can also select between 2 languages, such as English or 日本語, at the bottom of the page.
Secondly, on this app, there are three ways to practice Japanese letters, Kanji that relates to Sake brewery name or Sake brewing process in particular. The first way is to practice a single Kanji letter selecting from a Letter list page. The second way is to practice a Sake brewery name selecting from a Sake brewery name list page. The third way is also to practice a process of Sake brewing name from a Word list page.
Lastly, I would like you to feel like having a bit of Kanji letters and a Sake brewing knowledge up your Apple Watch, as the saying goes, "have something up one's sleeve."
Feel free to drop by BonnyLoch store any time.
I have made some items, such as T-shirt and Baby-romprers and more. You can see what these items are like by tapping BonnyLoch Store or T-shirt or Baby-romprers button below. Since my shop is available on the SUZURI page, you would leave this page if you tap one of those button.
International Customers: You can buy all items on SUZURI page via WorldShoppingBIZ.
How to draw line to compose Japanese Letter?
On a drawing area on the practice page of the app, you would see a few icons, such as a star and two types of arrows. You could compose each Japanese letter following these icons.
At the end of stroke, two types of arrows are shown, because a way to stop drawing a line is slightly different, the one is [TOME], the another is [HARAI].
star: This is a starting point to draw a Japanese letter.
[TOME] arrow: It shows that you stop drawing a line, and then take your digital-pen or index finger up.
[HARAI] arrow: It shows that you stop drawing a line, taking your digital-pen or index finger up. This action might be similar to what you may brush dirt off with a brush.