English Names Translated into Japanese Kanji for Gifts, Tattoos and More

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New company translates English names into Japanese Kanji symbols, providing customers with an artistic translation of their own name.

Kanji-Name.com has introduced a new service translating English to Kanji for uses ranging from business-related endeavors to creative gift giving or even unique tattoo designs. The symbols can be printed on clothing, stationery and various other items.

“We offer the perfect gift, the best present to give to someone you love,” stated http://www.Kanji-Name.com President Kato Manabu.

The company translates English names or words into Japanese Kanji symbols, with the character style, size and meaning (e.g., smart, pretty or strong) selected by the customer. The symbol translation is then sent as a PDF file to the customer in about 24 hours. The file can be used to simply print out the artwork or add the customized translation to business cards, t-shirts, mugs and other items.

Customers may order a Kanji-name for $19.95. An outline data package with an Adobe Illustrator file is available for an additional $20, and an optional frame and international shipping is offered at an additional $30.

Other options range from a Hiragana-name or a Katakana-name (both $9.95) to the platinum package ($5,000) where the Kanji symbols are carefully created by world-famous calligrapher, Soun Takeda. Hiragana and Katakana are both simplified forms of the Kanji symbols.

One of the newest collections is the Discovery Series, an outline design package in EPS format of 1,000 Kanji characters for $30 or 3,000 characters for $50, all available in five different fonts.

Using Japanese Kanji symbols on business cards or other business-related materials is useful for companies that engage in business with Japanese or for those looking to culturally diversify and expand into the Japanese market.

http://www.Kanji-Name.com also offers partnership opportunities for printing or design companies, tattoo parlors, nail salons or pastry shops interested in selling other English to Kanji products.

About Kanji-Name.com

Kanji-Name.com translates business and individual names into Japanese Kanji symbols. The English to Kanji translation helps introduce American entrepreneurs to the Japanese market and can be printed on stationery, clothing and more.

Contact:

Daisuke Nakata

816-4793-1793

Hours: 9 to 5 EST, Monday through Friday

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