Names in Japanese
|English Word||Japanese Kanji||Japanese Word|
|Carelessness is one's greatest enemy||yudantaiteki|
|Child of God||kami no ko|
|Chiyojo - My little dragonfly hunter, I wonder where he is, off to today||tombo tsuri kyou wa doko made itta yara|
|Chiyojo - To the person breaking off the branch, giving its fragrance, the plum blossom||taoraruru hito ni kaoru ya ume no hana|
|Complete Change of Mind||shinkiitten|
|Correct Shooting, Correct Hit||seisha seichuu|
|Cry in the dojo - Laugh on the battlefield||doujou de naki senjou de warau|
|Crying in the Rain||namidaame|
(1) Indicates a word created for its meaning. These will not be found in the dictionary but intended for use a literal translations of names and used in Names in Japanese.
(2) The kanji for some common Japanese words are strange. These exceptions are now often written in katakana rather than in kanji. For example, Fern is shida which has the kanji which literally reads "sheep teeth". Dolphin is another example which is iruka and has the kanji which literally reads as "ocean pig".(3) Indicates a Japanese name.
Learn Japanese Calligraphy Lessons 1 - 6
by Eri Takase
Learn Japanese Calligraphy by Eri Takase is a unique Japanese Calligraphy course on CD-ROM. With these CD's you can learn Japanese Calligraphy by actually seeing the characters being brushed by Master Japanese Calligrapher Eri Takase. Japanese Calligraphy is all about movement and you simply cannot learn the proper movement from a book. These CD lessons actually shows videos of Master Takase brushing the characters - and you can learn proper technique by seeing it over and over again. We also show videos of common student errors and how to correct them. Along with the videos are samples with stroke order that can be printed as well as detailed step by step instructions. Learn Japanese Calligraphy is a great learning tool by itself or to complement your current studies.
The first CD includes topics on tool selection, posture, how to hold the brush as well as the basic strokes of the block font. Each lesson covers the stroke order with examples that can be printed. Combined with our Japanese Calligraphy Sets you will have all you need to begin your study of Japanese Calligraphy.
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Japanese Kanji & Kana Revised Edition: A Guide to the Japanese Writing System (Tuttle Language Library)
by Wolfgang Hadamitzky and Mark Spahn
This is an excellent reference and is perfect for learning the stroke order of kana and kanji.
This book shows all modern kanji along with the stroke order and direction. This is the perfect companion for the serious student.
The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary
by John H. Haig, Andrew N. Nelson
For more advanced needs this is the best English Language Japanese-English kanji dictionary you can buy.
カタカナから引く外国人名綴り方字典 (Guide to Spellings of Foreigner's Names in Kana
Orders) - Find the original non-Japanese name given the Japanese
BabyNamer - Produced
by Oxygen Media this is a good source for the
meaning of names.
StockKanji - Names in Japanese Calligraphy Over 9000 names translated to Japanese. This is a searchable site giving much more information about each name than we show here. Many names also have original, hand-lettered designs for personal use like a tattoo and for professional use such as for wedding invitations or as part of a logo design.
Jeffrey's Japanese<->English Dictionary Server - An on-line dictionary that does not require Japanese fonts. This dictionary is terse so it is easy to misinterpret. Its value for name translations is limited as it does not give the pronunciation.
Goo Jiten - A good on-line English/Japanese dictionary. Japanese fonts are required.
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