What is the is the kanji for Japanese money?
The Kanji for yen is: 円
No. Japanese people read kanji, which is a writing system for Japanese.
money = お金 (okane)
Kanji is a type language in Japan. It is Japanese writing.
There is no Kanji for "madsam."
There is no single kanji meaning friendship in Japanese.
Kayla cannot be written in Japanese kanji because (1) it isn't a Japanese word, and (2) there is no such sound as "l" in Japanese.
Hiragana:Katakana: Kanji: Kanji Variation: Kanji Variation 2: Pronunciation: rinda
Bone in Japanese kanji looks like this. Bone: 骨 Bone in Japanese is pronounced like this. Honei
The Kanji for "water" is 水
We write it as 鯉[koi] in kanji in Japanese.
No, kanji isn't Japanese calligraphy. Kanji is adapted from Chinese characters, and they generally mean the same thing in both languages, but what they're called changes. For example, the Japanese usually use kanji for their numbers, meaning they are the same as in Chinese but whereas Chinese is yi, er, san, si etc. Japanese is ichi, ni, san, shi etc.
You can start from the Japanese 1st grade level, then to the 2nd grade level, and work yourself upward that way. Search Google for "Japanese 1st grade kanji" or something similar. If you learn some basic kanji characters, you will be able to read basic Japanese text, and from there, you can look up unfamiliar kanji in a Japanese dictionary like jisho.org. However, there is no "order" to learning kanji, and you can learn in… Read More
This website has lots of names in Japanese Kanji symbols. They seem to offer free translation too.
Kanji can be spelled two different ways. One way is the hiragana version: かんじ The kanji version of the word kanji would look like this: 漢字 The katakana version is not used in the proper Japanese text but katakana of kanji would look like this: カンジ Again, the katakana version is not used in proper Japanese text.
Japanese uses hiragana and katakana and kanji while Chinese is just Chinese characters (kanji) but sometimes more complex. Japanese kanji is the simplified Chinese writing.
Lina can't be spelled in kanji. The syllable 'Li' does not exist in original Japanese syllabary, for which kanji is used. Instead it only can be written in 'katakana' as リーナ /rii na/.
Much of the Japanese written language is based on kanji. The Kanji came from China. The Japanese then added Katakana and Hirakana to provide additional ways of writing.
The Japanese scripture (kana) is a simplified version of the Chinese Hanzi (Kanji). But Japan also uses Kanji at the same time
It is: 悪
The Japanese word for culture, "bunka", is written as 文化 in Kanji.
Dream in Japanese is yume the kanji is 夢
Google translate is good for Japanese kanji characters and you can change the kanji to romaji
Usually the tattoos you see are a character called a "kanji". They can be read many ways depending on which kanji follows which, and so on. It's very hard to take a kanji and translate it because you need to actually know Japanese to have a recognition software properly process the kanji.
Dog in Japanese is Inu. inu is dog in japanese. The Kanji for dog is: 犬
you don't its written in kanji 日本語 When you write sentences in Japanese you will use a mixture of Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana.
There are more then 35,000 Kanji characters in the Japanese language. A lot of them are obscure and not commonly used. I doubt there is a website that has all of them. You can look at the JLPT project site and there will be a lot of Kanji, all useful.
The kanji for planet is æƒ‘æ˜Ÿ (ã‚ãã›ã„/wakusei).
I would recommend you use a Japanese keyboard extension on your computer if possible, there are many options for the kanji, this is the first option that came up "久爪" Though I do not know the translation for the first kanji(久), the second one (爪) means hook or claw.
Japanese is written in a mixture of Kanji, Katakana, and Hiragana.
狼 is the kanji for 'ookami' meaning wolf in Japanese.
Fate in Japanese is 'unmei'. written in kanji ; 運命
The word ball in Japanese is Tama or Dama. The kanji for it is 玉
7 is called na-na(In kanji 七) in japanese.
Before in Japanese is "mae" The Kanji for mae is 前
As there are basically no plurals in Japanese, the words 'tears' and 'tear' are the same. Therefore, the kanji are the same. The kanji for 'tear' is æ¶™ (namida).
Though Japanese Kanji does come from the Chinese, modern Chinese has been simplified, so in many cases the Japanese Kanji is an older, different character. Japanese hiragana and katakana, however, do not exist in Chinese.
If you computer can display Japanese characters, here are the renderings in hiragana and kanji: zen ぜん (The hiragana letter 'ze' and the ending character 'n' kanji: 禅 (The two components of this kanji are 'god' and 'single/one'. Take that as you will) here is a link to an i-stock photo of the kanji character for zen: http://www1.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/754097/2/istockphoto_754097-vector-japanese-kanji-character-zen.jpg
Kana is a name for the phonetic symbols in Japanese, while Kanji is like words. Without Kana, you won't be able to read a thing, while without Kanji, you can actually read some parts of a text.
Japanese has no alphabet. It uses two syllabaries (Katakana, Hiragana), and about 2000 Chinese characters (Kanji). In Kanji, it is 日本 In Hiragana it is にほん
The Japanese word for 'toy' isãŠã‚‚ã¡ã‚ƒ (omocha) It's not commonly written using kanji. The kanji are çŽ©å…·.
'Twin' in Japanese kanji isåŒå (futago).
It is written: 龍 竜 /ryuu/ is the kanji for 'dragon' in Japanese.
Jasmine in Japanese (Romaji) is yasumin, in Kanji is read matsurika.
Winter means "Kanji" in Japanese.
The kanji for it is 牙 other then that kiba is Japanese it means fang.
This is the Japanese kanji for judo:file:///Users/Juyka/Desktop/DownloadedFile.jpeg
The Japanese symbol (kanji) for 'fox' isç‹, which is pronounced as 'kitsune'.
I think you're looking for 'kuuki' which is 空気 in Japanese kanji.
hiragana, katakana and kanji
In Kanji it's Kazan.