Uncategorized Masaka Japanese Shinji Nakamura 3 months ago No Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article What does Masaka mean in Japanese? Masaka means impossible in Japanese. Here is an example use case. Kaguya single handedly defeated Naruto. Impossible. In the above phrase, instead of impossible, we use Masaka. Masaka Japanese RELATED 17 Romantic-Drama Anime That Will Mess With Your Feelings. 17 Emotional Anime Series That Always Make Fans Cry. 17 Seinen & Josei Romance Anime For Mature Fans. 19 Experimental Anime Absolutely Worth Watching. 12 Tearjerker Manga That Are Tough to Read in Public. Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts iPhone My Hero Academia Wallpapers Shinji Nakamura February 1, 2020 Your Name Remake Shinji Nakamura October 29, 2020 4K Shiratorizawa Wallpapers Shinji Nakamura October 8, 2020 Anime similar to Tsuki ga Kirei Shinji Nakamura October 28, 2020 The Misfit of Demon King Academy Season 2 Shinji Nakamura July 5, 2020 Isekai Shokudou Review Shinji Nakamura October 29, 2020 About The Author Shinji Nakamura More from this Author DJ in the day, otaku at night! Want some ramen? Hop onto Kyoto! Add Comment Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.