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KANJI ISHIHARA
ENGLISH
POWERFUL TOOL
FIRST NAME
TOP RIGHT
JAPANESE PEOPLE
JAPANESE
AGRAPHIA
GENSHIKEN
CHINESE CHARACTERS
HANJA
WORD
SYMBOLS
NAME
PRONUNCIATION
JAPANESE CULTURE
SAMURAI
WRITTEN
CHARACTERS
CHINESE
KENPO
JAPAN
JAPANESE LANGUAGE
KANJI
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Kanji"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Kanji are used to write the core of the Japanese vocabulary. (Web site)

Kanji Ishihara

  1. This idea is familiar in Japan from the work of Kanji Ishihara, who has been quoted in Aum Shinrikyo's publications.

English

  1. Jim Breen's WWWJDIC server used to find Kanji from English or romanized Japanese Kanji Dictionary, a kanji dictionary with a focus on compound-exploring.

Powerful Tool

  1. Chinese Symbol Studio is a powerful tool designed to translates and generates beautiful Chinese writing symbols (Kanji). (Web site)

First Name

  1. Toshitsugu Takamatsu 's real first name was Hisatsugu but he changed it later to Toshitsugu using the same Kanji but different pronunciation.

Top Right

  1. The kanji in the top right do not specify Yagyu Ryu either.

Japanese People

  1. Many Japanese people have surnames that include this kanji as the second character. (Web site)

Japanese

  1. For a short time, AppleScript supported the idea of multiple dialects, which included English, French, Japanese (kanji), Japanese (romaji), and Italian.
  2. If you're a student of Japanese, here's a great manga and kanji dictionary that helps you master all kanji in grades 2, 3 and 4.

Agraphia

  1. We postulate "agraphia without alexia in kanji" due to left inferior temporal subcortical damage. (Web site)
  2. When the gyrus fusiformis or inferior temporary gyrus (activated during Kanji reading) is damaged, selective Kanji alexia and agraphia occur. (Web site)

Genshiken

  1. Kanji triumphs where Saki fails, when both Kanji and Kousaka sign up for Genshiken: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture. (Web site)

Chinese Characters

  1. Chinese character tattoos or kanji tattoos are tattoos consisting of Chinese characters (hanzi or kanji). (Web site)
  2. The kanji (Chinese characters) used for Ohmu are "King" and "Insect", so it means "King Insect" or "King of Insects". (Web site)

Hanja

  1. Korean and Japanese both have writing systems employing Chinese characters (Hanzi), which are called Hanja and Kanji, respectively. (Web site)

Word

  1. Wilson's book thoroughly explores the origins of the word warrior in Japanese history as well as the kanji used to represent the word.

Symbols

  1. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of kanji or kana.

Name

  1. Iwata Sensei: My name is Iwata Norikazu, but some people call me Iwata Kenichi because of the way the kanji in my name can be read. (Web site)
  2. In Japanese kanji, her name is written 小野 洋子. Removed a silly comment that had nothing to do with the kanji for Ono Yoko.

Pronunciation

  1. Children manga, and sometimes even adult manga, often have furigana (pronunciation) next to some kanji in the text.

Japanese Culture

  1. Through 8 books the illiterate (cannot read kanji) antique buyer Rei progresses to age 30 solving mysteries of murder and Japanese culture along the way.

Samurai

  1. Carved into the scabbard of this sword is the kanji for "Honor " the summation of all that a samurai is. (Web site)

Written

  1. Very rarely do they appear on top of Chinese characters when written horizontally as furigana would be written above kanji in a Japanese text. (Web site)
  2. Hiragana characters are written beside the kanji to illustrate the pronunciation and give the shirt a unique Japanese look and feel.
  3. The yen was originally written in the same way in Kanji as the yuan (圓 pinyin yuán), the Chinese unit for currency.

Characters

  1. However, the characters sometimes look like a very old form of Kanji (Chinese characters) back in the Chou dynasty or older. (Web site)
  2. All the characters with kanji on their foreheads (save Mantaro) had these kanji digitally erased. (Web site)

Chinese

  1. Chinese characters (kanji) were used to write either words borrowed from Chinese, or Japanese words with the same or similar meanings.

Kenpo

  1. In Japanese, the Kanji (Japanese word for Chinese written ideograms or characters) for Quan fa is pronounced Kem Po (spelled Kenpo). (Web site)

Japan

  1. The Japanese writing system can be traced back to the 4th century AD, when Chinese characters (kanji) came into use in Japan.
  2. Shinto (Kanji: 神道 Shintō) (sometimes called Shintoism) is a native religion of Japan and was once its state religion. (Web site)
  3. The other version, for export to Japan, was called the LaserWriter II NTX-J and contained a controller board part number 661-0498 with Kanji fonts. (Web site)

Japanese Language

  1. Another important source came from a related writing system, kanji, which are Chinese characters used in the Japanese language.
  2. The Japanese Kanji were adopted for recording the Japanese language from the 1st century AD.

Kanji

  1. Japan still uses Kanji as an integral part of its writing system; however, Korea's use of Hanja has diminished (it is not used at all in North Korea).
  2. Later he changed his name into Toshitsugu, which is written with the same Kanji, but is pronounced differently.
  3. If you are searching for a word in Japanese (Kanji) dictionary and not receiving any results, try without Kana (term in brackets).

Categories

  1. Chinese Characters
  2. Japanese Language
  3. Japanese History
  4. World > Countries > Japan > Kenpo
  5. Japanese Word
  6. Books about "Kanji" in Amazon.com

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  Originally created: August 01, 2010.
  Links checked: December 23, 2012.
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