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How to Shop Japanese Kanji T-Shirts

KansaiChick Brush Art Shop is powered by “Threadless Artist Shops”. In this page you can see how to find your favorite Japanese Kanji T-shirts and more in our shop. 0. Explore the List First of all, the best way to find what you like is to see our list of kanji and meanings!  See the List of All Kanji and Meanings If you’ve already look around our website and reached the page above, you can jump directly into the design page you like. So, see the list and you can skip step 1 and 2.(Highly Recommended!) 1. Click or Tap “Collection” from Menu   (In case you don’t see our kanji …

how to shop Japanese kanji T-shirt

The Hero’s Motto of “My Hero Academia”2

The training program at professional hero’s office is over! I’m satisfied to watch my favorite character Tsuyu-chan. Ribbit, ribbit. But I can’t miss this opportunity to talk about Japanese kanji! the Battle Hero’s Motto Uraraka’s teacher was a professional hero named Gunhead, we can see her here in his training room with other sidekicks. So, did you notice the frame of a Japanese kanji motto on the wall? The calligraphy on the wall behind them says 心技体(shingitai). Actually this famous motto is consist of 3 words “心(shin: mind)”, 技(gi: skill)”, “体(tai: body)”. That explains what are important for martial arts. We must train ourselves mentally, technically and physically! Possibly some of …

MHA-motto

Sushi Restaurant Sign in “Assassination Classroom”

I love sushi! It’s very hard to find decent quality sushi in USA…but you can enjoy nice and fresh sushi everywhere in Japan. Japanese Kanji Sign of the Sushi Restaurant In a popular animation “Assassination Classroom”, I noticed a Japanese kanji sign on a sushi restaurant where Nagisa met his divorced father. The red kanji word is 元祖(ganso: originator), the black one is 江戸前(Edo-mae: front-of-Edo). Edo is old name of Tokyo. The image of sushi that we Japanese eat at restaurants came from this Edo-mae style. It’s mainly Nigiri. (I’ve never seen Japanese people who make nigiri sushi at home! It’s restaurant food!) And also the red square on the …

Japanese kanji sign of the sushi restaurant

500 Matches in “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma”

Do you watch “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma (食戟のソーマ)”? Whenever people try yummy food, their reactions go WAYtoo far. But I understand that’s a very important feature for boys, fan service. Calligraphy in “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma” I like the the Japanese kanji brush arts in this show. They look very nice. Sometimes kanjis look very different depending on each calligrapher and his or her calligraphic style but the kanjis, in this show, are very neat and readable. I saw “勝負(shoubu)” when Soma and his dad compete each other. The kanji “勝” means “win” and this one “負” means “lose”. Both together, “Match”. However, we Japanese use this kanji “敗” …

Japanese kanji in anime

Students’ Calligraphy in “Assassination Classroom”

Koro Sensei is cute! I finally started watching “Assassination Classroom(暗殺教室:ansatsu-kyoushitsu)” Season 2. They used to focus on the yellow creature’s cuteness in last season more and I kind of miss that, but I still enjoy the story learning about the class and Mr. Karasuma’s muscles. Students’ Calligraphy in the Assassination Classroom Did you notice students’ Calligraphy on the wall in the back of the classroom? All Japanese students learn and experience Japanese calligraphy in class and write theme words like seasonal words, slogans or motto. That’s why, a classroom has calligraphy work on the wall, it’s a very common view in Japan. However, in this show, what they write is NOT common at …

Japanese kanji calligraphy

Navy Doctors Wearing Japanese Kanji Coats in “One Piece”

I watch One Piece! I don’t have a big passion anymore (but I still watch every week) …. Because somehow almost all characters that I love, DIED…!! I miss you “White beard” Shiro Hige!!! By the way, the author of One Piece uses a lot of kanjis in his work for extra jokes. So, possibly some of you noticed them and you were wondering about the meanings. Japanese Kanji Jokes in the Navy Hospital How about this one? After the big war, Coby was in the navy hospital and he was suffering by his own super power “haki”. At that moment we see so many Japanese kanji coats in the …

kanji in a hospital

The Hero’s Motto of “My Hero Academia”

My Hero Academia (僕のヒーローアカデミア) is one of the popular shows now airing in Japan. And, yes, I found some Japanese kanji in it! the Chivalrous Hero’s Motto Currently for the work experience program at UA high school, Kirishima and Tetsutetsu are going to a professional hero named Fourth Kind, we can see them here in his office. The calligraphy on the wall behind the desk says “勝利(syouri: Victory)”, 努力(doryoku: Big Effort)”, “友情(yuujou: Friendship)”. So, how about the red sign on the right? …Well, that’s just a safety sign with a catchphrase “火の用心(hi-no-youjin: Beware of fire)”…! the Chivalrous Hero’s and Japanese Mafia Fourth Kind’s catchphrase is “the Chivalrous Hero”. In Japanese, …

Japanese kanji motto

A List of Meanings for Japanese Kanji Shirts

Let’s find out which Japanese kanji is your favorite! On this page, I will explain the meaning of Japanese Kanji found on our Calligraphy Kanji shirts. I bet you have seen many forms of Japanese Kanji (or Chinese Characters) in Martial Art Classes, Hollywood Movies, Kung Fu Movies, Asian Dramas, Video Games, Anime, Manga, and Comic Books. I hope you can find your favorite kanji words within this list. A variety of items are available for each design, and they come in multiple color options. Meanings List of Japanese Kanji T-shirt Japanese Kanji Motivational Slogans 必勝(hisshou, hissho) Certain Victory 努力(doryoku) Pushing Yourself, Big Effort 根性(konjou, konjo) Guts 忍耐(nintai) Patience 闘魂(toukon) …

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