Japanese Symbol For Strength – A Great Japanese Tattoo Symbol Choice

Choosing a Japanese symbol for a tattoo design can be a hard choice. There are so many characters to choose from, it is worth taking the time to look into and understand all of the choices. There are a number of tattoo designs that are always seem to be popular. One of these is the Japanese symbol for strength. This article will tell you more about this Japanese character and popular Japanese tattoo symbol.

Strength in Japanese, when used for a tattoo is usually written in Kanji. If you have not studied Japanese, you may not be aware that there are three Japanese alphabets. These are called hiragana, katakana and kanji. Although it is possible to write the word strength in all of the alphabets, most people will choose to write it in Kanji. Kanji is usually used for concepts and Katakana is usually used for Names and foreign words. Kanji is the word in Japanese that is used to refer to chinese characters. These characters were originally simplified from characters brought to Japan from China.

The Japanese symbol for strength is drawn with only two strokes or lines. Some characters can be much more complex and made up of multiple strokes, so the symbol for strength is one of the most simple characters to learn and draw. When you see it, it may remind you of an arm muscle bulging with strength. The Japanese word for strength or power is Chikara. It is pronounced Chi Ka Ra.

Some of the other Japanese symbols that are always popular for tattoos are also related to the strength or power theme. These include spirit, warrior, courage and bravery. If you have looked at all of the Japanese symbols related to family and still can’t decide, then you could always go for a universally popular character, the character for Peace. In Japanese the word for Peace is ‘Heiwa’. It is a great choice if you are looking for a symbol with a powerful yet simple meaning in one character.

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Source by Emily Kato

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