Japanese Kanji Symbols
Kanji are the most popular Japanese
script out of 3 writing.
These characters are called "Ideographs",
"Ideograms" or "Pictograms"
in the world, because a Kanji Symbols, character
express an idea, and represents meaning in a visual
For example, some kanji characters
are developed like this:
You see, both the 'Sun' Kanji
and the 'Tree' Kanji look like the things
However, this is NOT always the case.
There are some kanji which don't look at all like
the things they represent.
Thoese pictorial Kanji that are mentioned
above are Kanji characters which have meanings themselves.
However, they can be also combined together and
can be different Kanji characters. For example,
by combining the 'tree' Kanji character together,
Kanji characters will have the meaning of "Wood".
stroke order for Japanese Kanji Symbols
To write Japanese Kanji Symbols,
there are the basic rules to apply Kanji characters.
There are some aspects of stroke order which plays
an important role in the overall feeling of the
For example, the kanji symbols for
'tree' is written like the following stroke
However, because of the increasing
popularity of computers, a lot of Japanese young
people, in fact, don't really care about this rule.
kanji symbols are so popular as they are used for tattoo
Ever thought about using Japanese
kanji symbol for your tattoo design?
Since the move called "Last Smurai" was released, Japanese
kanji symbols are getting so popular, especially for
design needs such as Company Logo, Jewerly and Tattoo
Here we have couple of photos
showing how they are used.
(Thanks to DSFY.com - Photos are permitted to by them)
Now, if you are looking for
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