“Shiwasu” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for December

I wrote “Shiwasu”. It means “December” in English. “Shi” means Teacher, Master or Reverend “Hashiru” means Run, Rush or Dash December is said “Shiwasu” in Japan,  because December is so busy that priestly teacher can not quietly recite a Sutra. About changes in pronunciation “Hashiru” was read as “Hasu” in the past. And, “Hasu” change “Wasu”. What is your favorite word …

“Sougyoku” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Sapphire

I wrote “Sougyoku“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Sapphire”. It’s one of the birthstones of September. “Sou” means Blue “Gyoku” means a Ball As for the stone words, Love, Honest, Chastity. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Makibishi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Caltrap, Ninja’s weapon

I wrote “Makibishi”. It means “Caltrap” in English. It is Ninja‘s weapon. “Maki” means Scatter “Bishi” means Diamond shape, Water chestnut or Rhombus Ninja scatter caltrap when they run away, makibisi are so thorny and injure chaser’s foot. What is your favorite word about Ninja? I’m waiting for a request.

“Himawari” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Sunflower

I wrote “Himawari“. It means Sunflower in English. “Muku” means Toward “Hi” means Sun “Aoi” means Hollyhock It’s special kanji readings. Himawari is one of the August birth flowers. Flower language, “Yearning”, “Adoration”, and so on. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.

“Haduki” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for August

I wrote “Haduki”. It means “August” in English. “Ha” means Leaf “Tsuki” means Month An atom bomb fell into Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August, 1945. And August 15 is the anniversary of the end of the Pacific War. We pray for peace on this day. What is your favorite word about season? I’m waiting for a request.

“Hanabi taikai” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Fireworks display

I wrote “Hanabi taikai”. It means “Fireworks display” in English. “Hana” means Flower “Bi” means Fire “Tai” means Big, Large, or Great “Kai” means Meeting, Party, or Gathering in this case There are many Hanabi Taikai in Summer. At Hanabi Taikai, we can enjoy many skyrockets and fair stalls. If you come to Japan in Summer, I recommend that you …

“Hanabi” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Fireworks

I wrote “Hanabi”. It means “Fireworks” in English. “Hana” means Flower “Bi” means Fire We enjoy Hanabi in yukata (informal cotton kimono) at summer night. We play hand-held fireworks in families, and we go to the fireworks display and watch skyrockets. What is your favorite word about season? I’m waiting for a request.

“Hasu” – Japanese Kanji Symbol for Lotus

I wrote “Hasu“. It means Lotus in English. “Hasu” means Lotus Hasu is one of the July birth flowers. Flower language, “Eloquence”. We eat lotus root. Crunchy is very good. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.

“Saitou Hajime” – The captain of the third unit of Shinsengumi

I wrote “Saitou Hajime”. He was the commander of Shinsengumi. Saitou (first kanji and second kanji) is his family name. Hajime (third kanji) is his first name. He was one of the best swordsmen of Shinsengumi and one of the few survivors of Shinsengumi. He has appeared in “Rurouni Kenshin” as a nemesis of Kenshin. Who is your favorite person …

“Kondou Isami” – The commander of Shinsengumi

I wrote “Kondou Isami”. He was the commander of Shinsengumi. Kondou (first kanji and second kanji) is his family name. Isami (third kanji) is his first name and means “Bravery” in English. He was able to putting his fist in his mouth. It’s his special skill. He had stern face. Who is your favorite person in Shinsengumi? I’m waiting for …