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An origin of a kanji

An origin of a kanji

The Kanji was told from China to Japan in about the first century at B.C.

"Shell bone character" that began to be used in around 1300 in B.C. is called the first Kanji.

This character was used to engrave it to record the content in turtle's shell used for the fortune-telling at that time.

An origin of a kanji:Strength of Kanji (Chikara)

It expresses a sinewy arm which puts power in it. Some kanjies which have this part mean put power or work.

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An origin of a kanji:Fire of Kanji (Hi)

It expresses the fire is burning. Some kanjies which have this part are connected with burning.

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An origin of a kanji:Dragon of Kanji (Ryu)

It is an imaginary animal, a water god in the shape of a king snake.

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An origin of a kanji:Heart of Kanji (Kokoro)

Heart of Kanji

It expresses the heart which penetrates blood into the body.

Some kanjies which have this part areconnected with the heart or spirit.

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An origin of a kanji:Friend of Kanji (Tomo)

Friend of Kanji

I explain an origin of a kanji "friend". This kanji symbol expresses two hands cover up each other. It means the good relationship to do that.

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