There are three alphabets in Japanese. Hiragana: うちは Katakana: ウチハ Kanji: This depends entirely on the context. Kanji can be mixed and matched together to create all sorts of words. For one word there can be hundreds of different Kanji combinations. If you were looking for 'Uchiha' as in the name of the Naruto antagonist then I'm afraid you're out of luck because there has never been a kanji representation of the name published so nobody knows the right characters. I don't think there is any kanji for the 'uchiha' as in fan either.
I believe 'hichigo' is a fan-made term (portmanteau) for Hollow Ichigo. It's definitely not Japanese so even if you have to write it in Japanese you would write ヒチゴ .
well here it is how you write it in Japanese here is the Kanji (traditional): うちは イタチ and here is in Romaji (new) うちは イタチ
Uzumaki : うずまき Naruto : ナルト Uzumaki Naruto : うずまきナルト
How to do Sasuke in Japanese
Sasuke can be written like this: 佐助
I honestly have no clue how to write 'Uchiha' in Chinese but since Uchiha is a Japanese word,along with Naruto being a Japanese show,why would it even matter what it looks like in Chinese?
uchiha means 'uchiwa' in Japanese which means paper fan, and the symbol of the uchiha clan is a paper fan. uchiwa is used to fan fire to make it bigger ( oxygen helps fire grow) and the uchiha clans element is mainly fire.
The name Itachi means weasel, and Uchiha is a round fan, I believe.
In the series, "Uchiha" is meant to mean "fan", though the actual Japanese word for fan is "uchiwa". Interestingly, "uchiha" can also mean "moderate; private matter; family circle; the inside" or "conservative".
Itachi in Japanese means weasel. Uchiha doesn't necessarily mean anything. But by switching the last kanji 'ha' to 'wa' you get Uchiwa which means 'fan'.
Sasuke's full name is Uchiha Sasuke, he does not have a middle name.
モスクエダ this is how you write mosqueda in Japanese
Sasuke Uchiha and Madara Uchiha
Upon extensive research for the term Naruto Uchiha as well as the use of multiple translation sites it appears that there is not an English translation for this term. It is believed that it is perhaps a character in Japanese Anime.
If you want to write in mordan japanesse you can write it as Michelle. I wish I had a japanese computer to show u how to write it in regular Japanese writing. Am Japanese myself. Am Azuky Nakahara