Or why was (Y/n) asked what she wanted to eat in one panel and body-slammed in the next?
Basically, being asked what I wanted to eat and body-slammed after was what made me curious about this fanart.
I could understand most of the text with my basic Japanese knowledge, except for those I...
Hello! I recently purchased this Japanese "Good Luck Flag" at auction and although I have yet to receive it, I would like to try and start the process of translating it. I would be incredibly grateful for any help this forum could provide. Thanks yall!
Can someone please help me translate this text to Japanese " The Twisted Kunai "?
It's supposed to be the title of a story of a young prodigy with a dark soul.
Don't forget to mention both the literal and symbolic translation of your answer.
The translation is to be in vertical script...
May Be anybody could help with translating this text:
" Looking for a cool, refreshing way to send festive greetings to someone important to you?
Newx2018 - offers you the truly special way to do this, while also sharing it with the whole world.
Several simple steps and one...
I recently acquired a statue that has Kanji on two sides and would love to find out what it says. This is on a statue of Jizo if that helps. I have attached two pics of the Kanji, if anyone could help me it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Hello everyone! This will be a long shot because of the writing being not so clear. I may or may not get a perfect translation but suggestions is all I need! All I can get out of this image is ハ which is the top character.
Please see image below, Thank you!
I'm a music engineering hobbyist of 5 years, and my music studio has a Japanese Shrine theme. I want to give it a name to put at the entrance of the room, but I don't have enough confidence in my Japanese to make the name myself. Anyone know what I could call the room, and how I could write it...
Hi guys, I'm looking to buy a small gift, a tenugui, for my Aikido sensei, but I'm not sure what is printed on it. The site I'm buying from doesn't give much information.
Can anyone please translate, or give me an idea of what it says?
Thank you in advance. I hope I've posted this correctly.
I'm very new to the site but I would really appreciate some help in reguards to the kanji symbols for my last name. My grandparents taught them to me before they passed away and I've seen them the same way on the internet. It's Hayashi and I know that it means forest, but I...
i bought this plush from a thrift store,
and i like reading the information on the tag, but it's all in Japanese kanji.
i even tried finding the same exact plush online, no luck.
translation sites kept throwing words that wouldn't make sense to say on a plush
(examples; cow rumen, fatty tuna...
I am trying to buy items from Japan using a forwarding service. I was given a Japanese address to use, unfortunately, the form is in Japanese and I am unsure of where I am meant to fill in a form for shipping and am afraid of filling in the wrong info in the wrong box.
I just received this kanjis from a friend of mine, who received from his zen master.
Can anyone help me whith the meaning of these?
(also, sorry for my poor/bad english skills, i am from Argentina)
Thank you very much!!
so this is my first post here. I need your help. I'm currently living in Kyoto and I have an ingrown toenail. I've been to a doctor today who claimed to speak English but didn't really which is not uncommon around here, and he just kept repeating that I should switch bandages daily...
Hi! So I really love making friendship bracelets :D I was thinking of making a bracelet as a silly inside joke, with myself. You know how people like to get tattoos and clothes with random Japanese words? Well, I thought I would make a Japanese bracelet. It's supposed to, literally, say...
Part time office staff wanted. (Tokyo)
A wholesale/export office in Kuramae/Tokyo is looking for office staff.
Experience: none required.
Skills: Basic MS office or similar (mainly word, excel), browser, email. Organizational skills.
Languages: English (no mother tongue required, but good...