“Suzumebachi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Hornet

I wrote ‘Suzumebachi’. It means Hornet in English. ‘Suzume’ means Sparrow ‘Bachi’ means Bee It is the name of Soifon’s zanpakutou in BLEACH. She is the captain of the 2nd Division in The Gotei Thirteen. What is your favorite word in BLEACH? I’m waiting for a request.

“Hi no Tori” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Firebird and Phoenix

I wrote “Hi no Tori”. It means “Firebird” or “Phoenix” in English. “Hi” means Fire “no” is Hiragana “Tori” means Bird There is popular manga ‘Hi no Tori (English title:Phoenix)’ by Osamu Tezuka in Japan. I like this series. What is your favorite word about creatures of fancy? I’m waiting for a request.

“Usagi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Rabbit

I wrote “Usagi”. It means “Rabbit” in English. “Usagi” means Rabbit and Hare Rabbits are said to live in Japan from the Jomon period. The pattern of the full moon liken “with a rice cake rabbit” in Japan. What is your favorite word about animal? Please let me know your favorite words.

“Kirin” – A Giraffe in English

I wrote “Kirin”. It means “a Giraffe” in English. Kirin is an imaginary animal in China, and write the same character. This animal is used to Japan beer company’s logo. In NARUTO, has been used as the name of the lightning style ninjutsu. What is your favorite word aboutanimal? I’m waiting for a request.

“Chidori” – One Thousand Birds as Ninjutsu in NARUTO

I wrote “Chidori“. It means “One Thousand Birds“ in NARUTO. Exactly, “Chidori” means plover, many birds or zigzag. “Chi” means Thousand “Dori” means Bird “Chidori” is Sasuke Uchiha‘s Ninjutsu. It’s one method of Raiton. What is your favorite Ninjutsu in “NARUTO“? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Ookami” – Japanese Kanji for Wolf

I wrote “Ookami”. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for Wolf. “Ookami” means Wolf The etymology of “Ookami” is OoGami ( Ookii Kami as Great god ). In Japan, there were Japanese Wolves once. They became extinct. The old Japanese enshrined them as the useful animal which hunted the small animal which damaged the field. Are there wolves in your country?