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Japanese family crest with Japanese kanji name symbols
Today, we are showing you the Japanese family crest with Japanese kanji name symbols. Japanese family crest are normally used for representing a family, yet, it doesn't mean that the same family has the same family crest design.
In Japan, if you go to a country side, you will see a traditional Japanese houes which also put their Japanese family crest on the gate.
Historically, it was used by Samurai to represent their group. Here is an example and what it looks like
This is a family crest with name, oda, written in kanji symbols.
Today's FREE Japanese symbol is respect. It is written in kanji script. As you might know, there are 3 different Japanese scripts called:
1. Kanji 2. Katakana 3. Hiragana
Normally, when we write "respect" in Japanese, we use kanji symbols. Here it is
In Japanese, we call it "Son kei". However, as you might know, there are different ways to write the same word in Japanese, and it really depends on context. So you need to be carefull when using the Japanese kanji symbols, especially for tattoo design.
This is Takanori from DSFY.com Japan is really hot at the momemnt. We are also having a holiday season called Obon.
By the way, let me show you new Japanese kanji tattoo designs. As always, we have received some of the Japanese kanji tattoo design photo from our customers. Take a look at the sample of these photo on our website. I also list some photo we have received in this month.
We have received new kanji tattoo design photo from our customers who have ordered Japanese symbols translation at DSFY.com.
Take a look at their pictures.
I would like to express my most sincere thanks for the Kanji translation you provided.
I have already turned the sysmbols you provided into a tattoo and couldn't be happier
i finally used my translation for my tattoo and it is awesome. i am glad that i researched this and found your website before i decided to go through with the tattoo, who knows what i would of ended up with. here are a few pictures of the tattoo which i got on my lower leg.
If you are intersted in a baseball and watching Major league in U.S, you might know that there was a game last week between redsox and seattle. There were 2 Japanese baseball players - Matuzaka and Ichiro.
Those two Japanese baseball players have been very popular in Japan, and many Japanese people were glued to the TV last week in Japan.
Apparently, Matuzaka was on a newspaper with the Japanese title like the following Japanese symbols.
This is the Japanese symbols, wchich describe Mastuzaka as a monster. In Japanese, those Japanese symbols mean "Monster come out" or "Monster debut", and they are called "Kai Jyu De byu"
The first 2 Japanese symbols are kanji, and the last 3 symbols are katakana.
But, Matui hideki is also described almost similar. He was described as Gozilla.
Today, we will show you the Japanese symbol of Hawk. In Japan, hawks are considered as the most majestic and noble birds. There is a famous proberb - No Aru Taka Wa Tume O Kakusu, which means "A wise hawk hides his claws". These Japanese symbols are used to describe talented people, who have never reveal their great skills.
This Japanese symbol is written in kanji. The lower kanji symbol is a brid with long feathers.
By the way, if you want to learn the difference between Japanese scripts called Kanji, hiragana, and katakana, why don't read our FREE Japanese symbol newsletter. You can learn the difference in detail.
Today, we have updated our website with New Japanese kanji symbols tattoo design and customer's comments we have received.
thanks for translating this for me. Just got the tattoo yesterday! There should be a photo attached to this e-mail.
Good morning team, I use the translation to design a tatoo. I have attached a photo of the piece. The words have significance for me spiritually, esp at this time in my life. I Googled Kanji symbols after searching for other alternatives (runes, etc). I wanted the tat to mean something and yes, look good too. Thank-you, gary
Japanese phrase symbols - Fu Rin Ka Zan - Learn Samurai
In Japan, there is a TV program to learn the Japanese history especially about Samurai people who have left a great name befind her. This Japanese TV program is Tai Ga Drama, and runs for about 1 year! Tai ga literally means Big river, by the way.
This year, we have the Tai ga drama about the Samurai whose name is Yamamoto Kansuke. This drama is about his story and it is called "Fu Rin Ka Zan".
Here is the Japanese symbols of the phrase. They are all written in kanji symbols.
The first kanji symbol means Wind, the second kanji symbol means wood, the third kanji symbol means fire, and the kast kanji symbol means mountain in Japanese.
Japanese calligraphy symbols for kanji tattoo design
Many people are asking us to translate a word, phrase, or even names into Japanese symbols. When we do the Japanese symbol translation, we also apply different styles of Japanese kanji symbols to work with, each one unique and beautiful.
For example, the following is the most standard writing font.
Nowadays, many different Japanese kanji fonts are used in a printed materials. You will see them in a newspaper, magazine, book, or advertising.
Japanese symbols of Queen and Overcome is added into Japanese dictionary
Today, we have added the following Japanese symbols into our Japnaese dictionary. The first one is added into the Q list. The Japanese symbols of queen, which are written with 2 kanji symbols. The first kanji symbol mean woam and the second one mean king in Japanese. This is called "Jyou ou".
The next Japanese symbols mean overcome in Japanese, and written in kanji as above. The meaning of each kanji symbol win and smart. They are called Shou ri. The Japanese symbols are going to be added into our V list.
Japanese symbols of overcome and objective are added into our Japanese symbols dictionary. In Japanese, uchi katu is the translation of ovecome and moku hyou is the translation of objective. We use both hiragana and kanji scripts to write overcome in Japanese, and they are four Japanese symbols. On the other hand, objective is written with only two kanji symbols. Take a look at what they look like as Japanese symbols.
Our customers have sent us new Japanese kanji symbol tattoo design photos to us, and some of the testimonials.
Dear Takanori... YES! I have received the Japanese Symbols for Infrared Light! Thank youso very, very much for working on this for me. I have been trying for monthsto figure this out by myself...until I discovered your wonderful web siteand the work that you do! You will be hearing from me again very soon, asI am working on an infrared light project and I will need the symbols forthat as well. I was surprised to see the word akari was not used... but that just showsyou that the world needs you! I am going to put this into my website atinfraredlight.com THANK YOU!!! Love & Light... MaryEllen
Hi Takanori! How are you? Thank you so much for the symbols i am so excited about them....they will be perfect! I will send a pic as soon as i get them done. I appreciate the time and effort you have gone to for me and will be forever grateful. Take care and will send pics soon. Highest regards,Shaz
Learn Japanese symbols in everyday of our life in Japan
We have started another blog, which shows you a variety of Japanese symbols used in everyday of our life in Japan. On this blog, you will see the Japanese symbols such as non smorking sign in Japan, button used in a elavator, Japanese symbols used in a Japanese books, magazines, and newspapers.
So, you will learn real Japanese symbols, and how they are used in Japan. As you might know, we have the Japanese learning website for those who are intereted in Japanese language, this is Learn Japanese language.
But, today's website is Japanese dictionary, which is updated almost everyday. It shows a variety of Japanese symbols used in Japan.
Have you ever heard about Haiku? Haiku are a style of poetic writing using a small number of words to convey a much deeper feeling or eomotion. Those haiku explore many themes and continue to be popular both in Japan and globally. It is a 17 syllable poem of three lines: 5-7-5, which is pronunced Go hichi Go in Japanese. What it means by this is that Haiku starts with 5 syllables, followed by 7 syllables, and followed by 5 syllables. Take a look at the following Haiku, which is written by a famous master of Haiku, Matuo Basho.
Furuikeya is 5 syllables.
Kawazutobikomu is 7 syllbables.
Mizunooto is 5 syllables.
Yet, it does't mean the number of Japanese symbols are 5-7-5.
From two days ago, people living in Tokyo have been seething with fear. There have been battles of Yakuza in the middle of Tokyo.
On the 8th of Febuary, one man from Sumiyoshi gumi was killed by two guys from Yamaguchi gumi, and then this battle has been getting worse. On the 9th of Febuary, two man from Yamaguchi gumi did the counter attack by firing guns at Yamaguchi office in Shibuya and Toshimaku.
Apparenlty, it is because of territory conflict in Ronppongi and Shibuya.
In Japanese, Yakuza stays each city and gets money from people who opens shops in their territory for no reasons, and this is called Mikajime ryou. In the eyes of the law, you DON't need to pay for it, but the majory of people pay the money for their protection from other Yakuza.
This is one of the resrouce of Tokyo's Yakuza.
Yamakuchi gumi is the biggest Japanese yakuza group from Kobe, and Sumiyoshi gumi is the biggest yakuza group in Tokyo.
Today, we will show you the kanji symbol that is related to the way of heart. Although there are many ways to write the same word in Japanese kanji, today's Japanese kanji symbol is often used in books, or magazines, especially with the historical story.
The kanji symbolf for self depicts three horizontal strings and it is joined by two vertical strings. It represent the understanding that we are all joinged, but we must know ourselves first before we understand others. (Reference: Kanji symbol of self)
We have received new Japanese kanji symbols photos from our happy customers. So, we will show you some of them and testimonials.
1. Japanese kanji name symbols
Dear Takanori I just wanted to thank you for the translations just received. This is the second time of using your service and once again you have delivered, many thanks. Also while I'm emailing you I'll enclose a photo of my latest tattoo which was done using the first translation I received from you. As I'm sure you'll be able to see it's Onda or On da and is the name of my fiance so it's very special to me. Thank you for your continued first class service and I know where to come if I need any more Japanese symbols in the future.
Sincerely, Andrew Warrington
2. Japanese kanji symbols - Passion, Loyalty and respect
Thank you so much for you correct Japanese Kanji translations. I have been interested in Japanese culture for some time now, but, was scared of getting the wrong translation. After I found your website via Google I was very confident that you would be able to provide me with the correct translation I was looking for. I will happily recommend your service to anyone interested in getting correct translations. I have attached a picture of the tattoo I got using the Knaji translation I received from your service. Again thank you for your excellent service.
Regards, Rick Vermette Sacramento, California
If you are interested in Japanese kanji symbols as a tattoo design, you can see many of our customer's Kanji tattoo design photo.
Want to see some of our Japanese kanji symbols' tattoo design that our customers have sent to us? There are nearly 140 Japanese kanji symbol tattoo design pictures on our website, and all the pictures are sent by our customers.
I will show you one of the picture we have received today.
This is how the final product looks.
I am really happy with it, thanks for your expertise.
Hi Takanori, I was very impressed with the quick response to my request for translations.
Your service not only confirmed a copy of the symbol I had as accurate, but it also provided different style options to consider from an asthetic point of view.
I am happy to recommend your service to anyone considering japanese, kanji or chinese symbols.
How's that? Although many people use them mainly for tattoo design, there are some people who use their Japanese kanji symbol for other things like logo, frame pictures, and even a Christmas card.
Have you ever been to Tokoyo? Well, the major transportation in Tokyo is trains, especially subways.
In Tokyo, there are twelve lines in Tokyo, eight of which are Tokyo Metro and four are Toei subway. With the next blog, we will show the symbol of a particular line, because every entrance of the subway is marked by a particular symbol mark and the name of the station.
If you have never been to Tokyo, it might be big difficult. I see many foreigners wondering which line to get. Of course, I will help them to get the right station.