This language is read from right to left. Traditional written Japanese is done in columns which you read from the top to the bottom and from right to left. This is known as tategaki format and imitates traditional Chinese form. Today people often write horizontally from left to right. This style is known as yokogaki and imitates European form.
Rathin Kanji has written: 'Urban extents'
Kanji Kunieda has written: 'Oden jigoku'
jayden is not written in kanji
More than likely they'll be in Kanji
Nazneen Kanji. has written: 'Promoting equality between women and men'
foreign names are written in katagana not kanji
Kanji Ono has written: 'Acoustic emission and microscopic deformation and fracture processes'
Kanji Ishizumi has written: 'Kigyo himitsu, toredo shikuretto (Shirizu bijinesu roiya)'
Sal Kanji has written: 'Treatment of acute hypertension after ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke: a retrospective view'
Koneko, kitten, consists of 2 kanji. The first one is the kanji for child. 'ko'. Written　子。 Neko is the second part, which just means cat. Written 猫。　With the dog radical on the left, the grass radical on the top right, and the field radical on the bottom right. So put together: 子猫。 Hope that helps.
The Japanese word for culture, "bunka", is written as 文化 in Kanji.
Light's name is written with the kanji for "moon", and is "Raito" in Japanese. "Yagami" is written with the kanji for "night" and "God".