White heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker
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White heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker Japanese says “Kan-sha”. White heart shaped thank you so much in kanji Heart Sticker.

Pink heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker
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Pink heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker Japanese says Kan-sha. Pink heart shaped thank you so much in kanji Heart Sticker.

There are 無礼者 on the internet.
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無礼者 means an insolent fellow, a rude fellow. When we have a time, we are browsing on the internet. And we find some 無礼者 , illegal and ignorant user. They resale use our brushed contents without permission and didn’t contact us. Japanese calligraphy (brushed work, handwriting Japanese) is creative work, too. We will be … Read More

[Hiragana] Happy birthday Square Sticker
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[Hiragana] Happy birthday Square Sticker Japanese says o-ta-n-jo-bi-o-me-de-to-u.

Red heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker
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1 an acknowledgment of appreciation. 2 a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. 3 an expression of gratitude Japanese says kan-sha. Red heart shaped thank you so much in kanji heart sticker

NO WAR, нет войны, ні війні, 戦争反対 Sticker
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“NO WAR” in English, Russian, Ukrainian and Japanese Kanji on the Russian flag. Protest Russia against a unilateral invasion of Ukraine. NO WAR, нет войны, ні війні, 戦争反対 Sticker

[Hiragana] Happy birthday Oval Sticker
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[Hiragana] happy birthday Oval Sticker Japanese says o-ta-n-jo-bi-o-me-de-to-u.

[Hiragana] Happy birthday Heart Sticker
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Japanese says o-ta-n-jo-bi-o-me-de-to-u. [Hiragana] happy birthday Heart Sticker

[Hiragana] Happy birthday Rectangular Sticker
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[Hiragana] happy birthday Rectangular Sticker Japanese says o-ta-n-jo-bi-o-me-de-to-u.

[Hiragana] Happy birthday Star Sticker
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Japanese says o-ta-n-jo-bi-o-me-de-to-u. [Hiragana] happy birthday Star Sticker

[Kanji] strongest Heart Sticker
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[Kanji] strongest Heart Sticker The strongest thing. Japanese says sai-kyo.

[Kanji] strongest Oval Sticker
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[Kanji] strongest Oval Sticker A superlative word that expresses “strength.” It is in the strongest state by comparing and competing with others. The strongest thing. A state that is second to none. Japanese says sai-kyo.

[Kanji] strongest Star Sticker
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The strongest thing. Japanese says sai-kyo. A superlative word that expresses “strength.” It is in the strongest state by comparing and competing with others. The strongest thing. A state that is second to none. [Kanji] strongest Star Sticker

[Kanji] strongest Triangle Sticker
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[Kanji] strongest Triangle Sticker The strongest thing. A superlative word that expresses “strength.” It is in the strongest state by comparing and competing with others. The strongest thing. A state that is second to none. Japanese says sai-kyo.

[Kanji] strongest Rectangular Sticker
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[Kanji] strongest Rectangular Sticker The strongest thing. Japanese says sai-kyo.

[Kanji] strongest Square Sticker
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A superlative word that expresses “strength.” It is in the strongest state by comparing and competing with others. The strongest thing. A state that is second to none. Japanese says sai-kyo. [Kanji] strongest Square Sticker

[Kanji] salt Heart Sticker
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[Kanji] salt Heart Sticker white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. In Japan, sending salt means “dare to help an enemy in a difficult situation” and “seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate gains and losses.” Japanese says shio.

[Kanji] salt Oval Sticker
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[Kanji] salt Oval Sticker white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. In Japan, sending salt means “dare to help an enemy in a difficult situation” and “seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate gains and losses.” Japanese says shio.

[Kanji] salt Star Sticker
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[Kanji] salt Star Sticker white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. In Japan, sending salt means “dare to help an enemy in a difficult situation” and “seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate gains and losses.” Japanese says shio.

[Kanji] salt Square Sticker
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white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. In Japan, sending salt means “dare to help an enemy in a difficult situation” and “seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate gains and losses.” Japanese says shio. [Kanji] salt Square Sticker

[Kanji] salt Classic Round Sticker
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white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food. In Japan, sending salt means “dare to help an enemy in a difficult situation” and “seek long-term profits and reasons rather than immediate gains and losses.” Japanese says shio. [Kanji] salt Classic Round Sticker

[Hiragana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Heart Sticker
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[Hiragana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Heart Sticker mom's home cooking. taste of mom's cooking. food like mom used to make. Japanese says o-fu-ku-ro-no-aji.

[Hiragana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Oval Sticker
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[Kana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Oval Sticker mom's home cooking. taste of mom's cooking. food like mom used to make. Japanese says o-fu-ku-ro-no-aji.

[Hiragana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Rectangular Sticker
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[Hiragana + Kanji] taste of home cooking Rectangular Sticker mom's home cooking. taste of mom's cooking. food like mom used to make. Japanese says o-fu-ku-ro-no-aji.

[Family Crests] Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine round sticker
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[Family Crests] Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine round sticker Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine for Kamon. Flower symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. It’s negative positive inversion.

[Family Crests] A circle with citrus Tachibana Flower Sticker
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[Family Crests] A circle with citrus Tachibana Flower Sticker Flowers symbol and graphics at old age. A citrus Tachibana flower over the circle Kamon. note. Tachibana, which is a general term for citrus fruits, has been regarded as an auspicious plant because it is an evergreen plant.

[Family Crests] A circle with citrus Tachibana Flowers Round Sticker
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Flowers symbol and graphics at old age. A citrus Tachibana flower over the circle Kamon. note. Tachibana, which is a general term for citrus fruits, has been regarded as an auspicious plant because it is an evergreen plant. [Family Crests] A circle with citrus Tachibana Flowers Sticker

[Family Crests] A tin circle inside 6 morning glories Sticker
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A tin circle inside six morning glories for Kamon. Flower symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. [Family Crests] A tin circle inside 6 morning glories Sticker

[Family Crests] A tin circle inside 6 morning glories round sticker
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[Family Crests] A tin circle inside 6 morning glories round sticker A tin circle inside six morning glories for Kamon. Flower symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. It’s negative positive inversion.

[Family Crests] Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine Sticker
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Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine for Kamon. Flower symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. [Family Crests] Round shaped morning glory, leaves and vine Sticker

[Family Crests] A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers with leaf Sticker
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A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers with leaf for Kamon. Nature plants symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. note. Paulownia Originally the emperor’s emblem, it gradually spread by being given to a successful vassal. One of the five major family crests in Japan. [Family Crests] A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers … Read More

[Kanji] Samurai red letter on signboard style Classic Round Sticker
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[Kanji] Samurai signboard style Classic Round Sticker Japanese signboard style. A Japanese warrior. Now there are no samurais in japan. But Japanese has chivalrous spirit like a Samurai.

[Kanji + Katakana] Suspended Coffee? Classic Round Sticker
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[Kanji+Katakana] Suspended Coffee? Classic Round Sticker It is a system that pays in advance for someone who needs hot drinks or food. When ordering coffee at a cafe, you pay in advance what you don’t drink on the spot and provide it to the poor, such as the homeless. It’s in Japanese Kanji and … Read More

[Family Crests] A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers with leaf Round Sticker
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[Family Crests] A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers with leaf Round Sticker A circle inside 3-5 Paulownia flowers with leaf for Kamon. Flower symbol and graphics at old age for Japanese family. It’s negative positive inversion. note. Paulownia Originally the emperor’s emblem, it gradually spread by being given to a successful vassal. One of … Read More

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