Tuesday, 28 January 2020

In Japanese, tareme タレ目 means "downturned eyes," literally "drooping eyes." Broadly speaking, they're eyes whose shape is slanted and points downward away from the forehead. Strictly speaking, they're eyes whose outer corner is lower than the inner corner.

The opposite term, upturned eyes, is tsurime ツリ目,

Furukawa Nagisa 古河渚, example of downturned eyes, tareme タレ目.
Character: Furukawa Nagisa 古河渚
Anime: CLANNAD (Episode 1)
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