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Japanese calligraphy

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Japanese characters

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Japanese Calligraphy via Digital Files

Styles of calligraphy to choose from

Kanji style- A

Kanji style- B

Kanji style- C

Kanji style- D

Kanji style- E

Hiragana & Katakana characters style

You may order names or short phrases as a digital file only order. Processing times are fast (generally 2-3 business days) and images may be used in a variety of non-commercial applications from non-bussiness websites to tattoos. Images are sent as JPEG in 100 dpi resolution.

Business use quality resolution of 300 dpi or higher upon request with business use rate. May request different file formats.

You may choose your translation in Japanese Kanji or Japanese Katakana/Hiragana. How does Japanese language works? How does Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji used? How Is the translation done?

Japanese Price Quote (Personal Use 100 dpi JPEG)

  Style A/B/C/F/G or H Style D or E
Single name or word
First & Last name/
Single phrase up to 4 words
Single phrase up to 8 words
Single phrase up to 10 words
Single phrase up to 15 words
16 and above words


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Style A- Kanji Only
Style A- Kanji & Hiragana

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Style B- only in Kanji

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Style C- only in Kanji

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How does Japanese Language works?
Brief information about Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji symbols

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The Japanese language uses three different characters system. Though, the modern Japanese text is written with a mixture Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. However, each writing is used in a somewhat different.Non-Japanese names are usually translated with Katakana characters.


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The hiragana system consists of 46 syllables and is mainly used to write word endings. Each character represents a sound, it is a syllabic alphabet Hiragana are also widely used in any text materials for children, adults, textbooks and books. It is also used to write Japanese words that are not normally written with kanji. For example, adjectives, adverbs and some nouns, or for words whose kanji are obscure or obsolete. For this reason, usually when translating an English phrase into Japanese Kanji, the Japanese phrase may contain some Hiragana.


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Katakana actually also has cconsists of 46 syllables. This is because they both represent exactly the same sounds, and some of them even look very similar). Though, Katakana are characterized by short straight strokes and angular corners. They are the simplest of the Japanese writing. Therefore,
Katakana is used to represent foreign words & foreign names when Hiragana is used to represent native Japanese words. As a result, when you see a word written in Katakana, you are mostly likely to know that the word has been imported from a foreign language. This is also how we usually translate non-Japanese names into Japanese at Asian Brush Art.


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Kanji is the Japanese name of the Chinese word hanzi, which means "Han characters". (Han refers to the Han Dynasty 206BC - 220AD)
Kanji are ideograms, which mean that each character has its own meaning and corresponds to a word. By combining characters, more words can be created. Japanese adopted and borrowed many Chinese characters to write the Japanese language. Nowadays, there are about half the vocabulary of Japanese words comes from Chinese. Many native Japanese words have the Kanji version that were borrowed from Chinese characters.

As most Kanji have several meanings and pronunciations. So, it is not always obvious, which meaning or pronunciation the characters are intended to mean/be. Even to a native Japanese speaker. Sometimes Furigana (a Japanese reading aid. They consist of smaller kana printed next to a kanji or other character to indicate its pronunciation) are used for clarification. However, when there!|s no Furigana, then it is only the context and the reader's experience can provide clues. This could sometimes make it a little more difficult to translate Japanese kanji.

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