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Music Discussion | Apr 25, 2010
what is the kanji Shogun Audio use in their logo? because it's not shogun
Looks like the symbols for Japan, bunched together
Someone will know
hardcore punk aesthetic.
one of the symbols is 'sun', the other is 'big' I think...but they change according to context...
I believe it means "stupid Englishman".
The symbol you see there represents Army but as the Japanese language goes one word has many meanings depending on your sentence. The way it's put out is quite different and alien to English.
English: I like cats.
but in Japanese the sentence looks like this.
Japanese: cats i like.
So what you see could well say. Shogun Army / Shogun Force etc etc etc.
Don't know if this helps, hope it does.
If your confused, learn Japanese. :upsidedow
e: Shogun Audio Force.
aye, cheers. I am learning japanese...just curious why Shogun weren't using 'Shogun' characters in their logo!
There is a website which you can use for practicing your Japanese. You talk to Japanese people learning English and your basically helping each other. When I find the site again, I will PM you the link, helped me out so I'm sure it'll help you out.
This might sound silly but watching films with Japanese audio while your reading and learning e.g 'Final Fantasy Advent Children' your mind kinda gets thrown in a state that you start picking up little bits of the accent.
I still have trouble with the speech. like I would of thought nedachi is pronounced as Neda-She but it's actually Ned-are-tea.
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Edit: Big up KTee
That's what I find fascinating about written Japanese, all the intimated and suggested contextual meanings. Former housemate worked out there for a year and showed me a quick intro into simplified typing on Skype - confused the hell out of me, but my mind's firmly wired to the Romance languages (French, Spanish etc).
I do like this from the Pedia though:
that would be fantastic, please pm me the link.
I'm into a few japanese singer-songwriters so listening to them helps...
it's a kanji that is used mainly only for people's names
thats not the right character. its this one: 旲 (hiroshi)
Could you also PM me this site when you find it ? ^^
ah ok, i think the shitty chrome effect threw me off
in any case, i don't think it is a common use character
or just post the link in this thread plz.
meaning itself is "clear" or "high"
kind of useless without word context, but used also in proper first name "Akira" or last name "Hinode"
That symbol is actually my Chinese family name. It's the popular family name of 'Tan.' Not sure what it means tho.
doesn't seem to be translated in the dictionaries.
Your very welcome dude. When I was searching for the website I thought I'd see if there was any decent stuff on youtube. And I found this.
Learn Japanese! HOW TO SPEAK FLUENT JAPANESE...Watch this video on YouTube
it's not that one though....
no translation here either.
Nedachi: cheers for the link.
Your very welcome mate.