Decoded Slug: Noun の極み (〜no kiwami)

Japanese JLPT Grammar Point
Noun の極み (〜no kiwami)

Noun の極み (〜no kiwami)

Short explanation:

Used to express the extreme or utmost point of something.


Noun + の極み


Kare no ryouri no kiwami wa, daremo mane dekinai.
The pinnacle of his cooking, nobody can imitate.
Kanojo no doryoku no kiwami ga, kono seikou wo tsukuridashita.
The extreme of her effort has created this success.
Kare wa ongaku no kiwami o tsuikyuu shitsuzukete iru.
He continues to pursue the pinnacle of music.
Kono fuukei wa bi no kiwami da.
This scenery is the epitome of beauty.

Long explanation:

The の極み grammar point is used to express the highest level or the extreme of something. It often describes an extreme state or condition. The noun before の極み is usually a noun indicating a situation, state, or condition.

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