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Monday, April 10, 2006

 

Japanese Translation with Japanese Wriging: Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana scripts

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Many people may be wondering the difference between Chinese and Japanese.
You know, the Japanese writing system was historically introduced into Japan
by Chinese around the middle of the 6th century, and its writing system
has become our original writing.

However, unlike Chinese, we have 3 scripts called:

KANJI
HIRAGANA
KATAKANA

What is Kanji?
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Kanji are the most popular Japanese script out of 3 writing.
These characters are called "Ideographs", "Ideograms" or "Pictograms" in the world, because a Kanji character express an idea, and represents meaning in a visual way.

This is also very popular for logo, jewerly, furniture, or tattoo design.
Thus, our Japanese kanji translation is the most popular translation service.
However, the Japanese kanji translation for a phrase require the next script
called Hiragana as a conjunction.

For more information about the kanji script:
http://www.learn-japanese-kanji-hiragana-katakana.com/Kanji.htm


What is Hiragana?
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Hiragana is more rounded script and used to write the grammatical parts of words
and sentence espeically when Kanji is not appropriate for writing.
As I said before, writing a phrase in Japaense, we need to use this script for
the conjunction words.
Of course, we can write words or sentence with only hiragana and we acutally have
the Japanese hiragana translation as well.


What is Katakana?
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Lastly, let me explain about the katakana script.
Katakana symbols are more sharp and angular than Hiragana symbols.
Katakana symbols are also said 'partial character' which means the character
is a part of Kanji character.
This is also quite popular as well, as we normally use this script to write
foreigner's name in Japanese.
Of course, we can also use both kanji and hiragana to write names like ours.
katakana translation

http://www.learn-japanese-kanji-hiragana-katakana.com/Katakana.htm

Today's Photo in Japan!!
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The following picture is taken by Takanori in Japan.

The first is the menu from the Sushi shop.
If you have a chance to visit Tokyo in Japan, and if you would like to
have good sushi, you should go to the place called "Tukiji".
This is a fish market in Tokyo. So, you can have a fresh sashimi and sushi.
And, it is better to go there on Moday to Wednesday, as the fish market close
on the weekend.




This is one of the place in Tokyo called, Mitukoshi.
Mitukoshi is where a lot of old people go for shopping.
So there are many old shops around with long history.
Unlike recent shops, some shops like below still use Samurai era's sign.


Sayonara

Takanori Tomita

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