|Kanji in this term|
|いち > いっ
Figuratively, refers to seeing something once, being happily surprised and saying はっと (hatto), and then seeing it again and saying はっと once more in disappointment. はっと twice would be 8 斗 (to) + 8 斗 (to) = 16 斗 (to), or 1 石 (koku) and 6 斗 (to).
- (obsolete) being surprised twice
- (obsolete) more specifically, describes the appearance of a woman who has a beautiful figure from behind but has an ugly face
- (woman who is beautiful from behind): バックシャン (bakkushan)