How to say is that which in Japanese
- When the antecedent is this, that, these or those it is usual to use 'which'.
- "By the way, do you know what a Shinto shrine is?" "I've a little bit of knowledge on the subject. It's a religious facility where that which is the object of worship, that called the genius loci, is enshrined."
- The object is that which in Japanese would generally be indicated with "ni" or "o".
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