Shiritori is a Japanese form of word chain where instead of the last letter, the last syllable is used for the next word. Ex: hana -> natsu
If you don't know the basic syllables you can find a table here.
1. Only Japanese words and names
2. Post the english translation along with it if it's not a name
3. Do not post words that end in "n", because there are no Japanese words that start with this syllable
4. Compounds (kya, gyu, sha etc) don't count as one syllable, Ex: the starting syllable for kyou is ki, not kyo / the ending syllable of jitensha is ya, not sha
- compounds always start with a syllable ending in "i" (ex: mya --> mi, sha --> shi)
- compounds always end with a syllable beginning with "y" (ex: mya --> ya, sha --> ya)
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