“Tomodachi” – Japanese Kanji for friends

I wrote “Tomodachi”. It’s Japanese kanji for “friends”. “Tomo” means friend “Dachi” means reach or accomplished, or indicate that they are multiple. “Operation Tomodachi”, it’s a United States Armed Forces assistance operation to support Japan in disaster relief following the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. I would like to being friends with people in the world. What is your favorite …

“Hokori” – Kanji for Pride

I wrote “Hokori“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Pride”. “Hoko” means “pride” “Ri” is declensional kana ending Japanese are proud of ourselves, because we’ve kept calm at this earthquake. ONE PIECE, NARUTO, BLEACH… I am proud of Japanese Manga. By the way, I wonder why “pride” and “dust” are the same pronunciation. Both are pronounced “Hokori” in Japanese. Usopp …

“Nintai” – kanji for Perseverance

I wrote “Nintai”. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Perseverance” or “Patience”. “Nin” means “endure” or “do by stealth” “Tai” means “enduring” Many of the Japanese are very patient. On the occasion of an earthquake and a future recovery, perseverance strength of the Japanese becomes power. Are you persevering in something?

“Shien” – Support written in Japanese Kanji

I wrote “Shien”. It means “Support” in English. “Shi” means “branch” or “support” “En” means “help” or “assist” In this earthquake, Japan received support and prayer from around the world. We’ll do our best for the reconstruction of disaster areas. And someday we’ll repay your kindness. Thank you!!!

“Tsunami” – Tsunami written in Japanese Kanji

I wrote “Tsunami“. It means “Tsunami“ in English. It is a tremendous sea wave generated by an earthquake. “Tsu” means “port” “Nami” means “wave” The 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake created a large tsunami. In Japan, we’re afraid of tsunami than an earthquake. Because we have Earthquake-resistant building, but we don’t have any solution other than running …

“Jishin” – Earthquake written in Japanese Kanji

To earthquake victims, I would like to express my hearty sympathy with you. And, Thanks for the support from the world. 東日本大震災により、被災された皆さまに心からお見舞い申し上げます。 また、世界各国のご支援、誠にありがとうございます。 I wrote “Jishin“. It means “Earthquake“ in English. “Ji” means “the ground” “Shin” means “shake” The great earthquake occurred in the Tohoku region in Japan on March 11, 2011. The area where I live did not have damage in particular. …