“Bachiatari” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Cursed

I wrote ‘Bachiatari’. It means Cursed in English. ‘Bachi’ means Judgment or Curse ‘Ata’ means Incur ‘Ri’ is Hiragana If someone do evil, god and Buddha will punish someone. ‘Bachiatari’ indicate doing evil and someone who do evil.

“Wabisuke” – The one of varieties of camellia in English

I wrote ‘Wabisuke’. It is the one of varieties of camellia in English. “Wabi” means lonely or dreary “Suke” means save, rescue or help It is the name of Izuru Kira’s zanpakutou in BLEACH. He is the lieutenant of the 3rd Division in The Gotei Thirteen. What is your favorite word in “BLEACH”? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Tobiume” – The sacred tree of the Dazaifu Tenman-gu

I wrote ‘Tobiume’. It is plum trees known as the sacred tree of the Dazaifu Tenman-gu. “Tobi” means fly “Ume” means plum It is the name of Momo Hinamori’s zanpakutou in BLEACH. She is the lieutenant of the 5th Division in The Gotei Thirteen. What is your favorite word in “BLEACH”? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Tajuu-Kagebunshin-no-Jutsu” – Multiple Shadows Alter Ego in NARUTO

I wrote ‘Tajuu-Kagebunshin-no-Jutsu’. It means ‘Multiple Shadows Alter Ego’ in NARUTO. “Ta” means “Juu” means “Kage” means shadow “Bun” means divide “Shin” means the body “No” means of, -’s, and so on “Jutsu” means means art or technique Naruto Uzumaki, Kakashi Hatake  can use this technique. However, this technique called ‘Kunjutsu‘ and use is prohibited. But Naruto Uzumaki uses this technique quite often. What is your favorite word in “NARUTO“? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Kagebunshin-no-Jutsu” – Shadow Alter Ego in NARUTO

I wrote ‘Kagebunshin-no-Jutsu’. It means ‘Shadow Alter Ego’ in NARUTO. “Kage” means shadow “Bun” means divide “Shin” means the body “No” means of, -’s, and so on “Jutsu” means means art or technique Naruto Uzumaki, Kakashi Hatake and more ninja can use this technique. Naruto Uzumaki uses this technique quite often. What is your favorite word in “NARUTO“? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Genbu” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Black Tortoise

I wrote ‘Genbu’. It means Black Tortoise in English. It is one of the four gods said to rule over the four directions in China. ‘Gen’ means Black or Mysterious ‘Bu’ means Warrior, Bravery or Military ‘Genbu’ preside over the north, the winter and the mountain or the hill. It is shape of the tortoise sowed the snake. Often ‘Genbu’ appears in Japanese Managa and it is used in the names of the place, sword or others.

“Byakko” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for White Tiger

I wrote ‘Byakko’. It means White Tiger in English. It is one of the four gods said to rule over the four directions in China. ‘ByaKu’ means White ‘Ko’ means Tiger ‘Byakko’ preside over the west, the autumn and the street. It is shape of white tiger. Often ‘Byakko’ appears in Japanese Managa and it is used in the names of the party or others.

“Suzaku” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Vermilion Bird

I wrote ‘Suzaku’. It means Vermilion Bird in English. It is one of the four gods said to rule over the four directions in China. ‘Su’ means Vermilion or Cinnabar ‘Zaku’ means Sparrow ‘Suzaku’ preside over the south, the summer and the sea or the lake or the open ground. It is the mixed form of the peacock and the pheasant. Often ‘Suzaku’ appears in Japanese Managa and it is used in the names of the place, characters or others.

“Seiryuu” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Azure Dragon

I wrote ‘Seiryuu’. It means Azure Dragon in English. It is one of the four gods said to rule over the four directions in China. ‘Sei’ means Blue, Azure or Green ‘Ryuu’ means Dragon ‘Seiryuu’ preside over the east, the spring and the river. It is shape of Chinese dragon as Shenron in Dragon Ball. Often ‘Seiryu’ appears in Japanese Managa and it is used in the names of the place, sword or others.

“Shikigami” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Animating objects to act as the sorcerer’s agent

I wrote ‘Shikigami’. It is animating objects to act as the sorcerer’s agent. ‘Shiki’ means Ceremony, Method or Form (in this case, ‘Shiki’ means ‘To use’) ‘Gami’ means God or Spirit There are many Onmyoji (Japanese sorcerer) in Japanese Manga and animation. They use often ‘Shikigami’. Often it is the shape of a person made of paper. For example, Zeniba use ‘Shikigami’ in the movie ‘Spirited Away’.