You Reap What You Sow in Japanese is 自業自得 which is read jigou jitoku
The four-character idiom jigou jitoku meaning “You Reap What You Sow” is composed of the kanji 自 (read ji) meaning “oneself”, 業 (read gou) meaning “actions, 自 (read ji) meaning “oneself”, and 得 (read toku) meaning “gain, profit, advantage, benefit”.
Translations You Can Trust: We want you to be as happy with the Japanese translation as you are with Master Takase’s beautiful art. So we have made it easy to confirm the translation for yourself by simply clicking on You Reap What You Sow (jigou jitoku) which links to the independent Jeffrey’s Japanese English Dictionary.
About The Art: This beautiful hand brushed scroll by Master Takase is personally created at the time of your order and proudly bears her seal and signature. We exclusively import this high-quality scroll with brown silk borders and fine Japanese paper from one of the finest scroll makers in Nara Japan. This is not a print but is hand brushed to match the sample as closely as possible. This is a personal work of art that is designed to last generations.
Delivery: The scroll is completed and shipped within 1-3 business days and arrives ready to display.