“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.

“Shukumei” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Destiny and Fate

I wrote “Shukumei”. It means “Destiny” and “Fate” in English. It also means “Karma” in Buddhism. “Shuku” means Hotel, Lodge or Constellation “Mei” means Life or Destiny “Shukumei” is similar to “Unmei”. “Shukumei” is destiny that determined before birth, and it can not be changed. What is your favorite word about life? I’m waiting for a request.

“Inochi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Life, The most important things

I wrote “Inochi”. It means “Life” in English. “Inochi” means Life, The most important things “Inochi” has meaning that fundamental forces that keep a living thing alive. If this kanji symbols is read “Mei”,  It has more meanings – Order, Instruction and Destiny. What is your favorite word about life? I’m waiting for a request.

“Ikiru” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Live

I wrote “Ikiru”. It means “Live” in English. “I” means Live “ki” is Hiragana “ru” is Hiragana The kanji symbos as “Ikiru” has many pronunciations. Each pronunciations have each meanings. The manga “Jisatsu-tou (Suicide Island)” ‘s theme is “Live”. The hero named his puppy Ikiru. What is your favorite word about life? I’m waiting for a request.

“Warau” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Laugh

I wrote “Warau”. It means “Laugh” in English. “Wara” means Laugh or Smile “U” is Hiragana The Japanese proverb “Warau kado niha huku kitaru” contains “Warau”. This proverb to express in English, “Laugh and be fat” or “Fortune comes in by a merry gate”. What is your favorite word about a laugh? I’m waiting for a request.

“Mirai” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for The Future

I wrote “Mirai”. It means “the future” in English. “Mi” means Not yet, Even now or Still “Rai” means Come or Become I introduce some example of speaking in Japanese about the future. ex. I’m gonna be the KING of the PIRATES!! = Kaizoku-ou ni ore wa naru!! ex. I will do my homework tomorrow. = Watashi wa ashita shukudai wo suru …

“Kako” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for The Past

I wrote “Kako”. It means “the past” in English. “Ka” means Exceed, Go beyond or Pass “Ko” means Gone, Past or Leave I introduce some example of speaking in Japanese about the past. ex. I was a pirate. = Watashi wa kaizoku datta. ex. I did my homework. = Watashi wa shukudai o shita. What is your favorite word? I’m waiting for a …

“Genzai” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for The Present

I wrote “Genzai”. It means “the present” in English. “Gen” means Appear, Present or Existing “Zai” means Exist or Located in I introduce some example of speaking in Japanese about the present. ex. I am a pirate. = Watashi wa kaizoku da. ex. I do my homework everyday. = Watashi wa mainichi shukudai o Suru. What is your favorite word? I’m waiting for …

“Genjitsu” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Reality or Actuality

I wrote “Genjitsu”. It means “Reality” or “Actuality” in English. “Gen” means Appear “Jitsu” means True, Real or Actual Antonym of Genjitsu are Kyokou(means fictional) or Risou(means ideals). What kanji do you want to know? Please let me know your worrisome word.

“Kuusou” – Japanese Kanji for Fancy

I wrote “Kuusou“. It means Fancy, Daydream or Imagine in English. “Kuu” means Empty, Sky or Void “Sou” means Concept, Idea or Thought “Kuusou Kagaku Dokuhon” became the bestseller. This is the book that inspected the settings of various heroes, monsters and characters ( they have been appeared in cartoons, comics and special effects ) scientifically. I want to …