Is Shin-chan alive now?
Shinchan is a fictional character who is a y/o naughty child who runs around making pranks out of nothing.
The main reason for you asking this question is because I think you might also have a misconception that “Shinchan was a real human who when shopping with his mother dies in a car accident along with his sister.And after the incident their mom might have written the story that we are now being shown on the T.V.”
But these are fake news….
There is no real shin chan, and
HE IS NEVER DEAD!!!
Bcz He lies in every heart, whether an older man or a child.
His pranks make one forget their pain and sorrow.
So KEEP ON WATCHING SHINCHAN AND SPREAD LAUGHTER:-)
Hit the upvote button if Shinchan has also made your childhood happier!!!
How did Shin-chan die?
Car accident. One rash driver, two lives gone, and two lives devastated.
So, he and Himawari were in a store, but then Himawari went to the road. Shin-chan followed her, but a car was approaching. Knowing that the driver would not be able to see Himawari, Shin Chan ran to save her, but in the attempt, he also ended up lying on the road, dead. Hiroshi and Misae were devastated by the news of their kids’ death. Misae slipped into a deep depression and started making comic strips in a scrapbook, imagining the life of his prematurely dead five-year-old son and her daughter. So, the moments which made our childhood were a result of a tragic event.
This happened in real life and inspired the Shin Chan manga and anime.
Remember, your rash driving can cost a lot.
When was Shin-chan born, and how did he die?
Originally Answered: When was Shinchan born, and how did he die?
Shin-chan Nohara, the guy who painted our childhood with happiness all over. Although his dance with one hand on his butt cheek still disturbs me.
Shin-Chan was first aired in 1992 on T.V. Asahi. It was dubbed in several languages. Due to the death of author Yoshito Usui, Futabasha originally planned to end Shin-chan in November 2009. After discovering new manuscripts, Futabasha extended the comic’s run until the March 2010 issue of the magazine, shipping it on February 5, 2010.
On December 1, 2009, it was announced that a new manga would begin in the summer of 2010 by the members of Usui’s team, titled New Crayon Shin-Chan. Many of the jokes in the series stem from Shin-chan’s occasionally weird, unnatural, and inappropriate use of language and his naughty behavior. A typical gag involves Shin-Chan confounding his parents by using the wrong phrase for the occasion; for instance, saying “Welcome back” instead of using a more suitable phrase like “I am home” when he comes home.
In short, he is brutally honest, highly curious, and has no shame. Ironically, there have been several instances in which Shinnosuke’s crazy antics blessed those around him.
Shin-chan regularly becomes besotted with pretty female characters who are much older than him, and an additional source of humor is derived from his childlike attempts at wooing these characters.
This might seem normal to us, but it has a story behind it.
Many say Shin-chan is inspired by a real-life boy named “Shinnosuke Nohara,” who died trying to save his little sister from a car accident. His mother “Misae” was shocked and depressed about losing her children. She started portraying a happy story of the complete family, later illustrated as Yoshita Usui’s manga. Yes, this is sad, but it’s true. The last episode wasn’t aired on T.V. because Shin-chan gets killed trying to save his sister Himawari!”.
Well, respect to this young lad.
The world should know his sacrifice.
What is the reason that Shin Chan died?
The real story is taken from Sinnosuke Nohara, who died trying to save his sister from a car accident.
Unfortunately for the mother, she lost both children to the accident. This made her continuously draw a happy story in a book every day.
Yoshito Usui was then inspired to create an anime called ‘Shinchan.’ Unfortunately, he only stopped at the manga because he died from a fall on his visit to Mount Arafune.
The last episode wasn’t aired because it contains the exact thing that happened to the boy in real life.
Why was Shin Chan banned?
There are many reasons why the popular kids anime was banned even in my country, India.
This anime might be for kids, but it could be better-suited. There are many adult scenes and nudity.
Like Shin-chan’s attraction towards female characters, adult female characters
Morally, Shin-Chan is not good for kids as the parents, Hiroshi and Misai, and even Shin-Chan and Himawari are greedy and attracted to different genders who are more beautiful than their existing partners.
In India, we watch a heavily censored version of Shin-Chan, where even Beer is called ‘Juice.’ The casual nudity is either edited or removed.
That’s why it was banned from Television for a while, but the popularity of the anime just pulled it back to Television and restored it.
What is the main premise or central theme of ‘Onee-Chan Wa Game O Suruto Hito Ga Kawaru Onee-chan.’
How does it impact the characters in the story?
The central theme of “Onee-Chan Wa Game O Suruto Hito Ga Kawaru Onee-chan” revolves around the transformative power of video games on relationships and identities. In this story, when the elder sister starts playing video games, it significantly shifts her personality and appearance, turning her into a more youthful version of herself.
This transformation sparks controversy and challenges traditional perceptions of identity and sibling roles. It impacts the characters by raising questions about authenticity, self-discovery, and how external influences can reshape one’s identity.
While some readers may find this premise controversial due to its unconventional approach to character development, it offers a unique perspective on the influence of hobbies and interests on personal growth and relationships.
Why is it called “Nihon wa hajimete desu ka” and not “Nihon ni hajimete desu ka”?
日本（にほん）は初（はじ）めてですか？”Nihon wa hajimete desu ka?” is a shortened version of 日本（にほん）に来（き）たのは初（はじ）めてですか？”Nihon ni kita no wa hajimete desu ka?” Is it the first time for you to come to Japan?
“Nihon ni kita no” is a clause that means “to come to Japan,” and it’s the subject of this sentence. It can’t be resolved. Only 日本に “Nihon ni” can’t be the subject.
How can you respond to ‘genki desu ka’ in Japanese?
Most native-Japanese speakers would say お蔭（かげ）さまで “O-kagé-sama de.”
This phrase is very difficult to translate, but it’s common in Japan.
A: お元気（げんき）ですか？” O-genki-desu ka?” How are you?
B: お蔭（かげ）さまで、元気（げんき）です “O-kagé-sama de, genki desu.”
C: Congratulations on your success!
D: お蔭（かげ）さまで “O-kagé-sama de.”
E: I heard you became a top writer on Quora.
F: お蔭（かげ）さまで “O-kagé-sama de.”
G: I’m glad you returned from the Middle East without trouble.
H: お蔭（かげ）さまで “O-kagé-sama de.”
I: Your company is doing good business.
J: お蔭（かげ）さまで “O-kagé-sama de.”
So, it could be translated to “Thanks to” or “Thankfully.” But to whom? It’s very vague. Sometimes Gods in Japan, sometimes YOU, and sometimes just good luck. It’s a polite expression in Japan. Its nuance is that it’s not the result of my effort but many people’s (including your and Gods’) help.
It’s similar to よろしくお願（ねが）いします. “Yoroshiku o-negai shi-masu.” There’s no significant meaning, but it’s a good lubricant of human relations.
Who is Shin Chan’s girlfriend?
In the movie Crayon Shin-chan: Super-Dimension! The Storm Called My Bride, also known as My Bridge Through Space and Time, Shin-chan Nohara sends his fiancé Tamiko Kaneari on a mission to bring his five-year-old self to that period right before being captured. Reaching the past, she claims to be Shin-chan’s bride and takes him and his friends on a wild adventure to save the world.
So, Tamiko Kaneari is Shinchan’s future girlfriend.
Are Shin-chan episodes being made now?
Yes. The series is made in all forms: manga, anime, film, and games.
- Manga is being published by Futabasha and made by UY Studios.
- The latest manga is New Crayon Shin-chan, volume 7.
- Anime is being produced by Shin-Ei Animation and aired on TV Asahi.
- The latest episode is Episode 940 (+ 78 specials counted separately)
- The film is being made by Shin-Ei Animation, ADK, TV Asahi and distributed by Toho Cinemas.
- The latest movie is Movie 25 — Invasion! Alien Shiriri.
- There have been three spinoff series of Crayon Shinchan released on Amazon Prime Video — Alien vs Shinnosuke, Toy Wars, and Lone Wolf & Family.
- There have been six smartphone games and 41 console games so far.
Crayon Shin-chan and Doraemon are an evergreen series of TV Asahi and shall continue to be in production for the coming years.
What happened to Shin-chan’s mom when Shin-chan died?
She slipped. Fell deeper and deeper into an endless void of darkness. She slipped into a deep depression and started making comic strips. Of shin Chan and Himawari, of a peaceful life, a life where they were alive, and a life where she found some light in the darkness. She inspired the anime Shin Chan (Yes, this happened in real life), and all we see in the anime are her comic strips.
Who is Dangai Ichigo?
Dangai Ichigo is the culmination of Ichigo’s powers, shinigami, hollow, and Quincy.
With this form, he accesses the final Getsuga Tensho, Mugetsu.
After using Mugetsu, Ichigo loses his shinigami powers and is reduced to a regular human.
Ichigo gains another power greater than this later on, which is HoS or Horn of Salvation:
That’s all for now.
Sung Jin Deleto.
How has One Piece impacted your life?
“When do you think people die? When they are shot through the heart by the bullet of a pistol? No. When they are ravaged by an incurable disease? No. When they drink a soup made from a poisonous mushroom!? No! It’s when… they are forgotten.”
- Dr. Hiluluk’s last words, OP
Ah, One Piece. It’s the most entertaining anime of all time. The balance of the characters’s backstories and the stories’ plots are awesome. Oda sensei can create thousands of characters and give them the spotlight they deserve in every justifiable way. How awesome is that!
Every anime impacts your life in some way or the other. If you are one of those persons who has watched well over 20 different anime, you will honor my deduction. The awesome thing about shonen mangas is that they are adventurous. One Piece has impacted my life for the last eight years. I used to watch Naruto and One Piece anime at the same time, and I still like both these shows. After completing Naruto and comparing it with OP, I loved OP even more as it had fewer fillers than Naruto.
OP ignites you to travel to different places and be amazed at the rich communities you were never exposed to. The emotional backstories of OP characters are too touching, and sometimes, you feel that you are in their shoes, and suddenly, tears come down your face.
The desperation and ambitions that every OP character has compelled you to pursue your ambition without any regrets (Thanks, Ace-san). The adventures these pirates have in the sea are the epitome of freedom, which we all aspire for. The battles that OP characters get involved in are jaw-dropping and have something to prove to us besides the cliched good vs evil persona.
What drives me is that there will be people in your lives who will majorly influence what you do even though you will run into the worst moment of your adventure (Thanks, Rayleigh-san).
The cheerful stories that siblings have in their childhood and how those relationships become stronger with time testify to how deeply one can get attached to this show. (Thanks Ace-san, Sabo-san, Luffy-san).
The quotes from numerous OP characters have also profoundly impacted my life, and some have even changed my perspective on life. Dr Hiluluk’s last words are the best of all. Notable mentions include Doflamingo’s explanation of justice in Marineford Arc and Zoro’s epic badass dialogue in Thriller Bark.
Life is full of adventures, and the people you interact with on your journey will make a big difference in the path you are planning to take. There will be supporters and haters. Duels that you need to settle down. Aspirations that will keep you motivated no matter the disgusting things others say about them (Thanks to “Deadly pirates beyond the grand line, why go there?” misconceptions).
OP will greatly influence my life even after the series ends, and I am happy to be a part of it!
What is the real story behind the character Shin-chan?
Originally Answered: What is the real story behind the character Shin-chan?
Please don’t believe in rumors on Social Media.
I want to clarify that the story circulating on social media regarding the inspiration for the Crayon Shin-chan series is just a false rumor. It is not true.
I’ve been a big fan of the series since I first saw it on TV. I have seen all the movies, read all the mangas, and seen almost all the episodes in the original version. I have even read critics and reviews from Japan.
The original author, Yoshito Usui, worked at a shop called Darakuya store before beginning his career as a mangaka. The founder and owner of the store was Shinnosuke Nikaidō. In 1987, he started his mangaka career by creating a manga called “Darakuya Store Monogatari,” inspired by his experiences, which was published in the magazine Weekly Manga Action. Shinnosuke Nikaidō was one of its characters, and the manga depicted his growing up from a boy to becoming a store owner. The then editor in charge, Katsuyuki Hayashi, suggested to Usui that if they make this character the protagonist of another manga, it would be interesting. In 1990, the manga Crayon Shin-chan appeared in the Weekly Manga Action as a spinoff to Darakuya Store Monogatari. The 7th August 2007 edition of Weekly Manga Action contained a segment called Kureyon Shinchan Tanjou Hiwa ( Crayon Shinchan Birth Secret Story), where it was specified that the model person of Shinnosuke Nohara was Shinnosuke Nikaidō.
Yoshito Usui created the manga Crayon Shin-chan as he wanted to depict how he was as a child and what he wanted to do as a child but couldn’t. He wanted to be a child with an “adult’s” view. He wanted to express his thoughts through a manga, and he thus made Shinnosuke a character who questions society’s general norms and the things adults impose on children. He also wanted to create a series based on daily life, without supernatural elements, gadgets, ninjas/samurais, etc. One can relate the series to one’s own life.
The word “Crayon” was added because Crayon is a popular tool used by Kindergartners, and Shinnosuke is one. This is the original explanation given by the author.
You can sense the uniqueness that the series has. A person from the manga publisher said the series was originally meant for men in their late 30s. That was way back in 1990. But it gradually became popular among youth and children, so they had to make it more family-oriented later.
In 2005, the government declared the Nohara family as permanent residents of Kasukabe city.
2009, Yoshito Usui died in a mountain trekking accident. It is rumored that Usui was depressed and committed suicide.
In 2010, the former chief editor of Weekly Manga Action said in an interview that as a sign of respect to the late Usui, he and other staff would continue the legacy of Usui into the future through anime, manga, and film.
In 2012, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the anime series, it was said that the series (both anime & manga) would continue as long as the voice actors and manga artists of UY studios were alive.
As of December 2016, Crayon Shin-chan has aired 917 episodes on TV Asahi. Futabasha has published 50 volumes of Crayon Shinchan, six volumes of Shin Crayon Shinchan, and many others, including movie comics and the junior-ban series of Shinchan.
In August 2016, Amazon Prime Video Japan started a spinoff series. The first, “Alien vs Shinnosuke,” aired in October with 13 episodes. The next series, “Omocha Wars,” started in November 2016.
In 2016, the series celebrated its 25th anniversary. A special website クレヨンしんちゃん 25周年プロジェクト was created. Even a bus and a train with Crayon Shinchan drawings are being operated, especially this year. For regular updates, follow their official Twitter handle @crayon_official.
Examples to show that Shinchan and Himawari would be alive:
- The 2010 movie, “Arashi wo you! Ora no Hanayome” (Call the Storm! My bride). In this movie, we can see the future of Shinnosuke, his family, and his friends. We could see his old parents living in the same house, slightly broken. We could see adult Himawari, tall and riding a bike. We also saw Tamiko, who is Shinnosuke’s future bride.
- The presence of Shinko-chan. This girl has arrived from the future, and it’s hinted in the episodes that she’s 5 Himawari herself, who is five years old, given that she has tried to call Shinnosuke “Onii-chan” (elder brother), but quickly changes it to “Onigiri” (rice balls). She also advised Shinnosuke to stop being naughty and also advised to take care of Himawari. Even if Shinko may be somebody else, Shinnosuke has a future.
So, in short:
- Shinnosuke Nohara was not any real person.
- Shinchan, the character, never dies. Neither do the family, friends & acquaintances.
- The Shin-chan series is continuing in all forms.
- The story circulating on social media is fake.
Thank You for your patience.
Some people cite an article published on Rocket News: Enter the dark world of anime and manga urban legends.
- This article clearly stated in bold letters: “Remember, most of these are not facts, just theories.”
- Also, “Urban Legends” are not facts; they are fanfiction.
- So, anyone who still believes in false stories should at least check one’s language comprehension skills first.
I have some quotes from official interviews.
“Before Crayon Shinchan, there was a manga called Darakuya Store Monogatari. Crayon Shinchan is actually a spinoff from one of its characters. Usui and I decided to turn one of it’s characters into an original manga”. — Katsuyuki Hayashi, managing director of Futaba Publishers.
“The character of Shinnosuke is based on the child I want to be.” — Yoshito Usui, original creator of Crayon Shinchan.
“For 20 years, the late Usui dedicated himself to Crayon Shinchan. I believe there were difficult times too. Along with other staff, I want to carry his legacy into the future through manga, anime and film.” — Kenji Honda, former chief editor of Weekly Manga Action, when asked what would happen to the series after the demise of Yoshito Usui.
“In a culture of respecting elders, Shinchan is a symbolic child who challenges the lies and covers of adult society. (…) The Shinnosuke character must have been made by carefully observing boys around five.” — Tsunehiro Uno, manga critic and Shinchan expert.
“It’s like having a conversation with my own family. I often take hints from interactions with my daughter and reflect them in Crayon Shin-chan. So the anime contains many real-life experiences.” — Yuji Muto, animation director at Shin-Ei Animations.
This should finally make all things clear.
Why do some people dislike the Uzaki-chan anime?
What better way to let TWITTER answer your questions directly?
Get ready to be entertained.
I know you’re probably facepalming yourself, but it’s true: this is what people think of Uzaki. And why they dislike her and the anime.
It seems like it’s more about Uzaki than the anime as a whole.
Fuck this bitch. I hate her. She looks like a stupid fucking grandma. What r are you going to do bitch? Make me cookies? Hope Uzaki Chan gets dementia. I hate her so much. I DONT want to hang out; I want to MURDER YOU.
As you can see, a lot of the hate is just brainless. Some people even say only pedophiles like Uzaki and other nonsense people make up about anime fans.
There are a few sensible comments, though:
There are so many thousands of Tweets it’s hard to find a comparable Tweet that’s as sensible as this one.
At least this person is coherent and makes sense (tweet about lack of depth).
Either way, It’s not their cup of tea.
Some of the loudest critics, though, hate Uzaki (and MANY female anime characters) because the women themselves are projecting their insecurities onto these characters.
And the fact that boys are into it makes them feel some way.
I’ve noticed it over the years as anime’s influence gets deeper and deeper. But It seems to be a loud minority who does this.
Anyway, whether it makes sense or not, these are the reasons why people dislike Uzaki Chan. Both the anime and especially the character.
Who is your favorite One Piece character out of the whole show?
My favorite One Piece character out of the show is, without a doubt, Pirate Hunter Roronoa Zoro.
Why? Simply because he is the best One Piece character ever.
Zoro usually maintains a stern, serious, and distanced personality but often loses his temper in a goofy and exaggerated comical style. However, this anger is the only emotion that Zoro often feels comfortable showing. Outside of situations where he feels confident in battle, he tends to smile or laugh the least out of the Straw Hats and rarely fools around with the rest of the crew. His defeat at the hands of Dracule Mihawk and subsequent vow to Monkey D. Luffy is the only time since his friend Kuina passed that Zoro has been seen crying in the series.
Even in moments that are particularly tough on the crew and would warrant sadness, Zoro chooses to maintain a quiet solemnity rather than outwardly express his emotions. He has been shown to believe to the degree that these emotions can hinder his judgment as a swordsman. When Ohm asked him if he was out for revenge upon discovering Tony Tony Chopper wounded and unconscious, he replied that he does not like to fight for reasons like that. Despite this assertion, though, he cares deeply for his crewmates and wishes to protect them at all costs, telling Ohm that he can feel one coming on despite his preference for fighting without motivation.
Although Zoro cares for his crew, he can also come off as very blunt and cold, especially when trying to get his point across. During the Davy Back Fight, when Chopper is forced to join Foxy’s crew after losing an event, Chopper cries and complains, which prompts Zoro to yell at him and state he is disgraceful. He reprimanded Chopper, reminding him it was his choice to join the Straw Hats and compete in the fight, and told him to find courage and have faith in the crew to win him back. As with the ordeal when Usopp left the crew, Zoro refused to let him return and even yelled at Nami to shut up when she tried to say otherwise. Zoro lectured the entire crew, reminding them Usopp was the one who picked the fight with Luffy and left of his own free will. They cannot let him return unless he accepts responsibility for his actions and apologizes. Zoro also often reminds others of the harsh facts, which shocks some of the other crew members, although they usually decide he is right. This is especially true regarding strangers, as Zoro rarely shows much trust in others. This was made apparent when Robin joined and was the only one to keep his guard around her because she was a former enemy. However, over time, he seems to have learned to trust others more, as he agreed with the alliance with Law and believed Hiyori when she revealed her identity to him.
Zoro is also very wise, something he demonstrates by providing important and logical decisions at critical times and by evaluating the situation from an objective point of view, as he did in Water 7 by evaluating the best way to handle what, at the time, seemed like Robin’s betrayal, and again when the crew wanted to bring Usopp back after he challenged Luffy to a duel over the Going Merry and lost. Zoro is the one who noted that Usopp was at fault for leaving the crew of his own accord.
Like Nico Robin, Zoro is also easily sensitive when put into embarrassing situations. He prefers to object vocally (though Robin usually ignores these situations because of her patience) rather than respond violently like Nami or Sanji. Examples are during the Thriller Bark Arc, Zoro refused to do something stupid like address Franky as “Bro,” or Franky’s later joke technique “Pirates Docking 6,” where after they disassembled, Zoro felt stupid for agreeing to do it in the first place. In the Dressrosa Arc, Zoro was embarrassed when he had Wicca with him when traveling through town, as trying to communicate with her made the people around them think Zoro was “talking to himself” as they could not see Wicca due to her small size (though it was revealed at the end of that arc that Dressrosa’s citizens were secretly aware of the dwarves’ existence).
Also, during anime-only events in the Lobby Arc, when Zoro was forced to help take care of children, he intended to ensure that the crew or any of the town’s residents who knew him did not find out about this embarrassing situation. Zoro does have rare moments of responding violently in these situations, such as choking Chopper during Aqua Laguna for mentioning to Luffy and Nami the embarrassing story of how Zoro got stuck in the chimney of a house which Luffy laughed about (though Luffy was also in a similar situation earlier).
Seriously, though, he is an amazing character. Zoro is undoubtedly my absolute favorite One Piece character in the show.
What are the anime with more than one main character?
Little Witch Academia
Atsuko, Sucy and Lotte.
There’s another character who’s a “main,” but that’s unnecessary to mention here.
The anime is about Atsuko, who joins a school to become a witch despite not having any innate talent. And is mocked, criticized, and made fun of for attempting to.
She’s like a female version of Deku regarding her challenges, but she’s more extroverted.
Magi: Labyrinth Of Magic
Alibaba, Aladdin, and Morgiana.
The first character you see is Aladdin in the middle. He represents the “Magi” in the title.
2nd is Alibaba, a prince but far from the typical kind.
3rd is Morgiana, an ex-enslaved person trying to adjust to her new world of having “freedom.” And it’s portrayed so realistically you can put yourself in her shoes.
The Demon Girl Next Door
Yuuko and Momo.
Yuuko is a “demon girl” who’s only just discovered it after waking up with a tail and horns at random.
Momo is a very powerful, magical girl who’s supposed to be at odds with demons but builds an odd friendship with Yuuko.
The anime is comical and a unique take on magical girls.
It is a short series about a friendship/relationship between a robot girl and a militant man.
It’s one of the few series that doesn’t just have more than one main character, but they’re the ONLY characters in the entire series.
Can’t say more because of spoilers, but it’s good.
Yuji, Megumi, Gojo, Nobara.
Yuji is the first “main” character we see. Megumi is next, followed by Gojo, then Nobara Kugisaki.
Gojo is the “sensei” (in the middle), and the other three are some of the best trio’s in Shonen if you ask me.
It’s some of the best writing I’ve seen in this genre. Has plenty of potential.
Chiaki, Kana, Haruka.
All of them are sisters, and left to right is the order of age (ascending).
It’s a slice of life about their shenanigans, lifestyle, and what they get up to.
Genuinely one of the funniest series I’ve ever watched. Wouldn’t mind it being revived again; it has longevity.
There’s a LOT of anime with multiple main characters:
- Shakugan No Shana
- Lovely Complex
- A Certain Scientific Railgun
- My Hero Academia
- Akame Ga Kill
- Black Lagoon
- Re: Zero
- Cells At Work
It’s just people get “hung up” on semantics.
Some may be “secondary” main characters if you wanna be extra about it, but it doesn’t change the fundamentals.
What is the meaning of “nan desu ka”?
It’s a formal way of saying, “What is it?”
何 (nan) = “what”
です (desu) = state of being verb “is.”
か (ka) = A particle that indicates a question.
何ですか means “What is it?” or “What?” And breaks down as: 何 (なん, nan “what”), (です, desu “it is” -> “is it”), (か, ka, question particle, i.e., it makes the sentence into a question).
It is more polite/formal than 何 alone when pronounced なに (nani).
何ですか often shows up as part of longer sentences such as それは何ですか？ “What is that?” それは (sore wa) meaning “As for that.” Here is a topic marker particle. So the sentence means, “As for that, what is it?”
“nan desu ka,” broken down, is simply this:
何 (nani), meaning “what”
ですか (desu ka), proper participle for phrasing a question
So one can deduce that this common phrase means “What?” or “What is it?”. これは何ですか？(kore wa nan desu ka?) And 何で？ (nande?) mean pretty much the same thing.
What is the meaning of “Omae wa kirei desu dakara boku wa suki desu”?
Sorry, but to be fair, allow me to get involved with OMAE arguments. Although, the meaning of “Omae wa kirei desu dakara boku wa suki desu” has been solved.
I am an aged native Japanese.
1) Only exception for using お前（OMAE) between family or teenager groups; we never use Omae; otherwise, you’ll indeed get involved in serious trouble, getting beaten or killed at worst.
Omae and kisama are the worst words; in another way, addressing them is the most effective way to offend your enemy. So, you’d better delete it from your memory.
2) The sentence “Omae wa kirei desu dakara boku wa suki desu” is awkward or primitive Japanese.
We would say, as in authentic Japanese:
「あなた は/が 綺麗 だから/美しい から 私 は あなた を 好き（なの）です。」will be a gender-free neutral way to say.
* Choosing は/が will be another thing, so please study further yourself. Most Japanese have no confidence in it. LOL, difficult; honestly, me too!
3) Trying to avoid repeating the same words in one sentence will be the same manner in English.
So, it will be 「あなた は 綺麗 です。だから/なので/ですから(politer) 私 は あなた を 好き（なの）です。」.
Should the case, You have to split it into two sentences by “。”,
but anyway, it is still somewhat retardant enough.
BTW: “美しい から” is my choice. It’s softer than 綺麗.
I hope this helps you.
What’s the difference between “dakara” (だから) and “sore de” (それで) in Japanese?
● だから “dakara”: a conjunction.
If it’s used at the top of the sentence, it means “So,” “Because,” or “Therefore.”
だから云（い）ったでしょ！”Dkara itta desho!” I told you so!
If it’s used after a noun, it shows a reason. Similar to なので “nanodé.”
飛行機（ひこうき）だから、一時間（いちじかん）で着（つ）きます。”Hikohki dakara, ichi-jikan dé tsuki-masu.” Since it’s an air travel, I’ll arrive after an hour.
If you say just one word「だから？⤴︎」 with ascending intonation, it means “So?” or “So what?”
Person A: いま、100円（えん）しか持（も）ってない。”Ima 100 YEN shika motté nai.” I have only ¥100.
Person B: だから？⤴︎ “Dakara?” So?
Person A: ランチおごってくれ。”Lunch ogotté kuré.” Buy me a lunch.
Person A: 僕（ぼく）は 君（きみ）より背（せ）が高（たか）い。”Boku wa kimi yori sé ga takai. ” I’m taller than you.
Person B: だから？⤴︎ “Dakara?⤴︎” So what? [This person is not pleased with the fact.]
●それで “soréde”: a conjunction. The shortened form of it is で “dé.”
You can use それで either at the top of the sentence or after the comma. It shows the result after the preceding sentence, which describes the reason.
コンビニは閉（し）まっていました。それで 何（なに）も買（か）えませんでした。”Konbini wa shimatté imashita. Soréde nani mo kaé masen deshita.” The convenience store was closed. So I came back home empty-handed.
If you say just one word？⤴︎」 or 「で？⤴︎」, you urge the speaker to continue his or her story.
Person A: あの映画（えいが）見（み）た よ。”Ano éiga mita yo.” I saw the movie.
Person B: で？” Dé?⤴︎” Go on talking.
Person A: よく眠（ねむ）れた よ。”Yoku nemuréta yo.” I had a deep sleep.
Is Shin-chan alive now?