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  2. Kasumi (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Kasumi (かすみ, カスミ) is a feminine Japanese given name.. Possible writings. Kasumi can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: . 霞, "mist"; 香澄, "incense, lucidity"

  3. Hanakotoba - Wikipedia

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    Hanakotoba (花言葉) is the Japanese form of the language of flowers. The language was meant to convey emotion and communicate directly to the recipient or viewer without needing the use of words. The language was meant to convey emotion and communicate directly to the recipient or viewer without needing the use of words.

  4. List of common Japanese surnames - Wikipedia

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    Officially, among Japanese names there are 291,129 different Japanese surnames (姓, sei), as determined by their kanji, although many of these are pronounced and romanized similarly. Conversely, some surnames written the same in kanji may also be pronounced differently.

  5. List of Japanese deities - Wikipedia

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    Hachiman ( 八幡神) is the god of war and the divine protector of Japan and its people. Originally an agricultural deity, he later became the guardian of the Minamoto clan. His symbolic animal and messenger is the dove. Inari Ōkami ( 稲荷大神) The god or goddess of rice and fertility.

  6. Japanese name - Wikipedia

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    Japanese names (日本人の氏名、日本人の姓名、日本人の名前, Nihonjin no Shimei, Nihonjin no Seimei, Nihonjin no Namae) in modern times consist of a family name (surname) followed by a given name. Japanese names are usually written in kanji, where the pronunciation follows a special set of rules.

  7. Yūrei - Wikipedia

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    Yūrei ( 幽霊) are figures in Japanese folklore analogous to the Western concept of ghosts. The name consists of two kanji, 幽 ( yū ), meaning "faint" or "dim" and 霊 ( rei ), meaning "soul" or "spirit". Alternative names include Bōrei (亡霊), meaning ruined or departed spirit, Shiryō (死霊), meaning dead spirit, or the more ...

  8. Kirigakure Saizō - Wikipedia

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    Kirigakure Saizō. Kirigakure Saizō (霧隠才蔵) was a fictional ninja of the final phase of the Sengoku period of Japan. In the folklore he is one of the Sanada Ten Braves, and next to Sarutobi Sasuke, he is the most recognized of the Ten. As in the case of Sasuke, Saizō might be a fictional creation of the Meiji-period popular literature ...

  9. Category:Japanese masculine given names - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Japanese masculine given names" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 1,417 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .