The most common ways to express the relationship between two or more nouns in japanese, is using the particle の between them.
Relating nouns in Japanese
the particle の, normally indicates three basic ideas: ownership, origin and specialization. It indicates possession when the noun is related to another noun. In these cases, the particle の can be translated as “from” or “with”.
When the noun before the の is a place, this particle may be indicating the origin of the noun after the の.
Finally, said particle may use a second noun to describe a feature of the first. Watch:
Kanji calligraphy exercise
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