Action Before Words in Japanese is 不言実行 which is read fugenjikkou
The Japanese phrase fugenjikkou translates as “Action Before Words; Actions speak louder than words; No talk, all deeds” and is a combination of the words 不言 (read fugen) meaning “Silent” and 実行 (read jikkou) meaning “Action”.
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