“Shoubu” – Japanese Kanji for Sweet Flag

I wrote “Shoubu“. It means Sweet Flag in English. “Shou” means Iris “Bu” means Flag May 5, We take a bath with sweet flags for spending hot summer strongly. Flower language, “courage”. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.

“Suzuran” – Japanese Kanji for Lily of valley

I wrote “Suzuran“. It means Lily of valley in English. “Suzu” means Bell “Ran” means Orchid Because it is similar to bells, it was called Suzuran. Flower language, Return of Happiness, Unconscious Beauty, Purity. May 4, It’s Greenery Day. On this day, Japanese commune with nature, and thanks for benefit from nature. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know …

“Ryokugyoku” – Japanese Kanji for Emerald

I wrote “Ryokugyoku“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Emerald”. It’s one of the birthstones of May. “Ryoku” means Green “Gyoku” means Jewel As for the stone words, Good luck, Happiness, Hope, Stability. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Satsuki” – Kanji for May

I wrote “Satsuki”. It means “May” in English. “Sa” means five “Tsuki” means Month We do Rice planting in May. So, May is called Satsuki as shorter word of Sanaetsuki ( month of rice sprouts ). We have the “Golden Week” holiday for seven days and many events. Example… Constitution Day, Mother’s Day, Children’s Day and so on. What is …

“Hibari” – Japanese Kanji for skylark

I wrote “Hibari”. It’s Japanese kanji for “skylark”. “Kumo” means cloud “Suzume” means sparrow It’s special kanji readings. “Hibari” is similar to the sparrow, and fly as higher as reaching clouds while barking. Kyoya Hibari in “Reborn!”, his last name is “Hibari”.  I see why Kyoya Hibari is Vongola’s Cloud Guardian. What is your favorite word about spring? I’m waiting for a …

“Kongou-Seki” – Japanese Kanji for Diamond

I wrote “Kongou-Seki“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Diamond”. It’s one of birthstones in April. “Kon” means the metal “Gou” means strong or hard “Seki” means the stone As for the stone words, Eternal bond, Chastity. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Suishou” – Japanese Kanji for Crystal or Quartz

I wrote “Suishou“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Crystal” or “Quartz”. It’s one of birthstones in April. “Sui” means  the water “Shou” means the crystal As for the stone words, Purification, Perfection and Mysterious. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Hanami” – Kanji for Cherry‐blossom viewing

I wrote “Hanami”. It’s written in Japanese kanji for “Cherry‐blossom viewing”. “Hana” means “Flower” “Mi” means “Seeing” or “Viewing” This week, The cherry blossoms will be at their best in my region. There are many cherry trees at parks, schools, roadsides. Many Japanese go to see the cherry blossoms. The full-blown cherry blossoms give comfort to the earthquake victims. What …

“Uduki” – Kanji for April

I wrote “Uduki”. It means “April” in English. “U” means “the Hare” or “the Deutzia” “Duki” means “Month” “Uduki“ is named as the month when the Deutzia blooms. Other opinion, because of the Hare is the fourth of the twelve horary signs. In Japan, the new school term starts this month. What is your favorite word about season? I’m waiting for …

“Rangyoku” – Aquamarine written in Japanese Kanji

I wrote “Rangyoku“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Aquamarine”. It’s one of birthstones in March. “Ran” means “indigo” “Gyoku” means “jewel” As for the stone words, Wisdom, Knowledge and Intelligent. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.