Shochikubai - Zangyo-Ninja

charms and is said to be auspicious along with the crane turtle. Since all three can withstand the cold, they are called Three Friends of Winter and are used for ceremonies as congratulations. A word used in place of each grade when goods and seats are divided into three grades.

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Christmas - Zangyo-Ninja

1. A holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. December 25th is the Roman-Catholic and Protestant churches, which are celebrated on January 7th in the Greek Orthodox Church and January 19th in the Armenian Church. 2. Since “Kotansai” is widely used by gods, Buddhas and monarchs, it is thought that “Seisansai” has also become … Read More

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Halloween in Katakana - Zangyo-Ninja

A festival originated in Europe, held on October 31 every year. Originally a religious event that celebrates the autumn harvest and drives out evil spirits, it takes place on the night before the All-hallow, the day of the Catholic Saints, on November 1. Shortened “All-hallow-even” and called Halloween. In recent years there is Halloween … Read More

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happiness - Zangyo-Ninja

1. auspicious. 2. Great. Admirable. 3. compliment. It will be noted in the celebration. Japan call “Hiro”, “Yoshi”, “Yoshimi”, “Yomishi”.

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longevity and happiness - Zangyo-Ninja

It is to say that we use for greetings of the new year and pray for long life and happiness. Japan call “Ei ju ka fuku”.

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Rush of business - Zangyo-Ninja

That the business goes well, the profit comes out, and it flourishes. Japanese says “Sho bai han jo”.

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fortune comes - Zangyo-Ninja

It is a good sign and wish for good luck to come. Japan call “Ki sho rai fuku”.

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Paradise by horizontally - Zangyo-Ninja

Any place of complete bliss and delight and peace. eden, nirvana, shangri-la, promised land. Japanese says Raku-en.

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Judaist - Zangyo-Ninja

A Jewish religion that originates from the Hebrew Yahweh religion. It is a monotheistic religion that makes Yahweh the only absolute god, and yet Yahweh is a religion that is made from the covenant between God and men who elect Jews. Those who believe in that religion. Japanese says “Yudaya kyo to”.

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Suzuki - Zangyo-Ninja

It is the second most frequent surname in Japan. It is a surname related to the festival of God. It refers to the sacred tree dedicated to the occasion of the festival. Hozumi is in the last name with the same origin. It originates in other festival ceremonies and gods related to rice cultivation. … Read More

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peace and prosperity in the household - Zangyo-Ninja

Japanese says “Ka Nai An Zen”. peace and prosperity in the household. safety of one’s (own’s) family.

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one’s word is worth 1,000 pieces of gold - Zangyo-Ninja
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be in sound good health - Zangyo-Ninja

Liveable life without illness or injury. Japanese says “Mu Byo Soku Sai”.

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making a fortune at a single stroke - Zangyo-Ninja

a thousand at one scoop. to make a fortune at a stroke. Easily get big profits at once. Earn huge profits in one job. Japanese says “I kkaku sen kin”.

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Muslim - Zangyo-Ninja

Muslims are people who follow or practice Islam, a monotheistic Abrahamic religion. Muslims consider the Quran, their holy book, to be the verbatim word of God as revealed to the Islamic prophet and messenger Muhammad. They are the only people in the world who believe in God (Allah), devote themselves to them, and practice … Read More

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extremes of luxury - Zangyo-Ninja

Japan calls “Ei Yo Ei Ka”. I pray that flourish in the ornate.

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Thank you - Zangyo-Ninja

Colloquial written in Japanese Hiragana. Japanese says “A li ga to u”.

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Thank you so much - Zangyo-Ninja

Ⅰ. an acknowledgment of appreciation. Ⅱ. an expression of gratitude. Ⅲ. a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. Ⅳ. a short prayer of thanks before a meal. Japan calls “Kan Sha”.

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Birthday festival - Zangyo-Ninja

Celebrating the birthday of a person or character, both real and fictitious. Japan calls “Tan Jo Sai”.

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Thankyou so much vertical - Zangyo-Ninja

1. an acknowledgment of appreciation. 2. an expression of gratitude. 3. a feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. 4. a short prayer of thanks before a meal. Japanese says “Kan Sha”.

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Ebisu - Zangyo-Ninja

1. Ebisu is a neighborhood in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Conveniently near Roppongi and central Shibuya, Ebisu is easily accessed by the JR Yamanote and Hibiya lines via Ebisu Station. Together with the trendy neighboring communities of Daikanyama and Hiroo, it has boutiques, vintage stores and patisseries all within easy walking distance from Ebisu station. … Read More

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Peace all of the World - Zangyo-Ninja

The world is peaceful and well-controlled. Being carefree without any worries. It is an old four-character idiom. Japan call “Ten ka tai hei”.

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Buddha - Zangyo-Ninja

Those who have the right enlightenment. It is the name of Shakyamuni Buddha, and it is called Buddha because Gautama also realized himself. Therefore, it initially represented the personality of the guru.

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safe driving - Zangyo-Ninja

Japanese says “An Zen Un Ten”. safe driving. safety operation.

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congratulations 3 - Zangyo-Ninja

the act of acknowledging that someone has an occasion for celebration. representing longevity Kanji. Japanese says Kotobuki or Ju.

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grace - Zangyo-Ninja

1. the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God. 2. something that aids or promotes well-being. 3. a desirable state. Japanese says Megumi , Kei.

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congratulations 1 - Zangyo-Ninja

the act of acknowledging that someone has an occasion for celebration. representing longevity Kanji. Japan calls Kotobuki or Ju.

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Heart shaped Love - Zangyo-Ninja

This designs kanji called love heart-shaped. Jpeg file is pink only, you can change the color a vector file as you like.

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symbols of longevity - Zangyo-Ninja

The crane and the turtle are symbols of longevity in Japan. crane is fist Kanji letter, and turtle is second Kanji letter. Japanese says Tsuru-kame.

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Christmas Eve - Zangyo-Ninja

Christmas Eve is December 24. the day before Christmas. Christmas Eve is the day that, according to modern calendars, contains the evening, or first evening, of Christmas, a widely celebrated festival commemorating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. It is a culturally significant celebration for most of the Western world and is widely observed … Read More

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banzai - Zangyo-Ninja

A long life (live). To live forever. Congratulations to celebrate. A word that is chanted with both hands raised (together in large numbers) to show the meaning of blessing. In turn, it also refers to the state of being overwhelmed, that is, things failing or nothing can be done. Japanese says Ban-zai.

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