My Japanese Color Names Cheat Sheet was a hit and thus I decided that it’s time to make a new infographic—this time on human anatomy. As you can see, here as well, the way the Japanese perceive and name different concepts may differ from the way we do in English.
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For example, both the leg and the foot are called ashi (あし, ⾜), fingers and toes; yubi (ゆび, 指). Overall, however, the body parts nomenclature is fairly straightforward and the vocabulary should be much easier to learn & use in daily life than it is the case with Japanese color names.
You are free to distribute the reference sheet wherever you want as long as the file remains intact and the work is properly credited.