-kun

an honorific denoting a junior; often used in addressing a younger boy

-sama

an honorific denoting great respect

-san

an honorific used like "Miss" or "Mister"

-senpai

an honorific denoting an upperclassman

-sensei

an honorific used to denote a teacher

baka

idiot

banzai

used in the same way as "hooray"

dango

candy made of rice flour that is shaped into tiny balls and skewered on a toothpick

hime hairstyle

"princess" hairstyle; it's like a chin-length bob in the front with shoulder-length hair in the back

Lolipop Fukushuu

"lollipop revenge"

manba

a fashion subculture comprising deep tans, pale concealer makeup worn on the eyes and lips, brightly colored or bleached hair, and brightly colored clothing

maneki cat

"beckoning" cat, also called a lucky cat; a figurine usually made of ceramic that brings the owner good luck

manga

Japanese comics/graphic novels

matcha

powdered green tea

mochi candy

candy made from glutinous rice flour

neko

cat

otaku, otaku, seishin hakujaku

literally translated, means "geek, geek, mentally handicapped geek"

ramen

Chinese-style wheat noodles

shojo

means "girl"; used to describe Japanese graphic novels aimed at a young girl audience

sukeban

the leader of an all-girl gang of delinquent school girls; girls in such gangs are often identified by permed or brightly colored hair, and school uniform adjustments such as lengthened skirts and colorful socks

taiyaki

a pastry filled with sweet bean paste and an outer waffle shell shaped like a fish