“Kaisuiyoku” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Sea bathing

I wrote “Kaisuiyoku”. It means “Sea bathing” in English. “Kai” means Sea “Sui” means Water “Yoku” means Bath Japan is an island country. There are many swimming beach. In summer, we can enjoy to sea bathing. What is your favorite word about season? I’m waiting for a request.

“Umi no Hi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for the Ocean Day

I wrote “Umi no Hi”. It means the Ocean Day in English. Also, it’s known as Marine Day or Sea Day. “Umi” means Ocean and Sea “No” means of, -‘s, and so on “Hi” means Day The 3rd Monday of July, It’s “Umi no Hi”. It’s national holiday. Because Japan is an island among the seas, most prefectures contact with …

“Okita Souji” – The captain of the first unit of Shinsengumi

I wrote “Okita Souji”. He was the captain of the first unit of Shinsengumi. Okita is two kanji symbols in right. It’s the family name. Souji is two kanji symbols in left. It’s the first name. He was one of the best swordsmen of Shinsengumi. He seemed to often play with neighboring children innocently. Who is your favorite person …

Konton – Japanese Kanji for Chaos.

I wrote “Konton”. It means “Chaos” in English. “Kon” means mix or blend “Ton” means muddiness What is your favorite word? Please let me know your favorite word.

“Seireitei” – One of the place in The Soul Society

I wrote “Seireitei”. It’s one of the place in The Soul Society in BLEACH. “Sei” means a pool “Rei” means the soul or the spirit “Tei” means a garden The Gotei Thirteen, The Onmitsu-Kidou, The Kidou-Shuu and oher soul reapers live in there. What is your favorite word in “BLEACH”? I’m waiting for a request.

“Rappa” – Kanji for spy or stealer, another name of Ninja

I wrote “Rappa“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “spy” or “stealer“. In the Sengoku period, “Rappa (spy)” worked as Ninja. “Ra” means Disorder or Riot “Pa” means Waves Exactly, First kanji symbols is read as “Ran”. And, We may write small “Tsu” in Hiragana between “Su” and “Pa” as double consonant. Ninja have many other name, Onmitsu, Suppa, Kusa, …

“Suppa” – Kanji for spy or stealer, another name of Ninja

I wrote “Suppa“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “spy” or “stealer“. In the Sengoku period, “Suppa (spy)” worked as Ninja. “Su” means Transparent “Pa” means Waves Exactly, We may write small “Tsu” in Hiragana between “Su” and “Pa” as double consonant. Ninja have many other name, Onmitsu, Rappa, Suppa (Another Kanji), Kusa, and so on. What is your favorite word …

“Quincy” – Uryuu Ishida and other

I wrote “Quincy”. “Metsu” means “destroy” “Kyaku” means “rejection” “Shi” means “a man” They are human group with the spiritual power to fight the Hollow in BLEACH. Uryuu Ishida is one of very few Quincy. What is your favorite word in “BLEACH”? Please let me know your favorite word.

“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 …