Your English name can have it’s own unique Kanji spelling.
We will propose Kanji which come the closest to matching the pronunciation of your name, and which are meaningful.
This Kanji spelling can be used for tattoos, business logos, or any other purpose.
The transcription will be done by a native Japanese speaker with a professional certification in Kanji, so you can feel confident your name is rendered accurately.
One important caveat: The Kanji spelling we propose uses Japanese Kanji only. Chinese and Japanese both use many of the same Kanji, but they are pronounced differently and have different meanings.
This service is for people who want their names tranlated based on a Japanese reading of Kanji.
A kakemono (掛物, “hanging”), more commonly referred to as a kakejiku (掛軸, “hung scroll”), is a Japanese scroll painting or calligraphy mounted usually with silk fabric edges on a flexible backing, so that it can be rolled for storage. Calligraphic scrolls may feature well-known sayings, particularly those associated with Buddhism, poems, descriptions of famous places, or words or phrases associated with tea ceremony.detail
This stamp is useful for letters, documents, greeting cards or even from paper bags, bookmarks, to receipts. It can be customized only for you. Every stamp is unique for every customer. You can use it instead of your hand written name or have it designed with a Kanji logo.
Seigakudou(静岳堂), a working calligrapher and native Japanese, will write your name in Kanji. Rather than a computer font, your kanji name will be hand-brushed by a professional calligrapher.
The translation from English to Japanese will be undertaken by a professional native Japanese translator with a kanji proficiency qualification, you can be sure of an error free standard. Also, an explanation of your kanji name will be provided in English.