The right half of the second line could be カビ kabi "mold/mildew", but anyway, only this word and the first line "vanilla" are the ones that make sense, and the rest are just gibberish written by someone who actually doesn't know Japanese. (I'm a native Japanese speaker, by the way.)A friend wrote this on the back of my car. She swears that it is Japanese, but refuses to translate it. I am hoping someone can tell me if it is Japanese and if so, what it says
thank you in advance
Incidentally, what was the actual sentence she wanted to write in Japanese? I suspect that the sentence itself doesn't make sense as a Japanese sentence, not just letters/characters.
My question is what her original Japanese sentence was; the one that was not translated well.her original sentence was VANILLA WAS HERE, which doesn't translate well
It's not just "unclear". Most letters/characters are not even Japanese ones (just gibberish, as I wrote) in the first place.i guess so, but that is obliviously not whats written on the window. and since the picture really isnt clear i guess ill never know
My question is what her original Japanese sentence was; the one that was not translated well.
Japanese speed tribes or sort of young gangs used to leave a message "we are here" or "I am here" on a wall, a street and etc..