Wearing a Kanji Shirt is cool. But if you understand the authentic information about what you wear, you can impress everyone. On this page, you can make sure this Kanji T-Shirt is right for you.
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妖怪 Yokai Kanji Shirt: Basic Info
- Japanese Kanji: 妖怪
- Pronunciation: youkai
- Spelling Variety: youkai, yokai, yohkai
- Meaning: Yokai
- Category: Popular Kanji
- Image of this Kanji Word: Creepy, Dark, Spiritual and Sometimes a Little Bit Funny
Yokai is a cool looking Japanese kanji word. Yokais are eerie things that goes beyond human knowledge. And it’s a popular theme for fiction or non-fiction story.
They can be a type of ghost or demon, but officially have there own category. It’s very hard to translate, so the word “Yokai” is adopted as a translation for it.
Some Yokais are very traditional and so many myths remain in all over Japan. Among them, Kappa(河童) living in the river and Tengu(天狗) living in the mountain are famous.
妖怪 Yokai Kanji Shirt: Who Should be Wearing It
The specific image of this kanji usually applies to:
- People Who Know What Yokai Is
- People Who Like Yokai
- Extraordinary People That Other People Can’t Believe They Are Normal Human
妖怪 Yokai Kanji Shirt: Examples of Qualification
Of course anyone can wear a Kanji T-shirt. But does this Japanese Kanji shirt have a special meaning for me? Should I wear the Kanji T-Shirt “Yokai”? Here are some examples of actual people who would qualify.
- a Boy Likes Yokai TV Show
- a Lady Who Looks 20 Years Younger Than Actual Age
- a Girl Believing the Other Side
- Grandpa Who Has Seen Kappa
- a Kid Looking for a Yokai to Become Friends
- a Guy Eating Crazy but Shockingly Skinny
- Kanji T-Shirts Fans Who Want to Enjoy Halloween
- a Guy Who Wants to Talk about Yokai with Somebody
- a Girl Believing that She is One of Them
I hope anybody, who likes “Yokai”, owns these Japanese Kanji Clothes.
妖怪 Yokai Kanji Shirt: Designs
Items and colors vary. Each Japanese Kanji has 2 choices of text colors, Black or White. And There is also a version with a KansaiChick stamp and English text (translation) available.