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Discussion in 'Japan Practical' started by nshelleys, Apr 1, 2002.

  1. nshelleys

    nshelleys 後輩

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    But if anyone knows the answer or can give me a link where the answer might be, I'd be very greatful.

    I'm a Graphics Design student in Knoxville, TN and am working on a poster project. My poster is for the Cherry Blossom Festival currently taking place in Washington, DC, and I'd like to incorporate a graphic of a Japanese seal with the characters for "Sakura Matsuri" on it.

    My computer cannot display Japanese characters so perhaps someone w/ a drawing program could send me an ATTACHMENT of the drawn characters. I use Illustrator and Photoshop which support most file formats. And if you could explain how the characters translate and any other interesting info about them----I'm really enjoying the education I'm getting on Japanese history and culture in doing this project.

    Thanks so much,
    Shelley Williams
     
  2. Nahoko

    Nahoko 先輩

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    Sakura Matsuri

    Hi Shelley,

    welcome to our board. Your question may not qualify as frequent, but you have picked the right forum. :emoji_smile:

    I have created a little .gif file below. I hope I could help you. If you have further questions, don't hesitate.
     

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  3. thomas

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  4. Tachi

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    Hi, Shelley. Did you get what you needed for your Sakura Matsuri image? I can provide an image for you, too, if you need it. I have Japanese script fonts (what is known as a brush font in Japan), if you would prefer. The block fonts are easier to read, but the brush fonts are more attractive for graphics, etc. There also is a single character for Matsuri, which means 'festival'. although 'Matsuri' is most often written in hiragana, as was demonstrated by Nahoko-san, the image you want might be better served with a single character.

    Anyway, if you wish, holler. Send me an email (tpaulus3@earthlink.net) and I will gladly give you a hand.

    Regards,
    Tachi
     
  5. Nahoko

    Nahoko 先輩

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    Todd is right, matsuri is usually written in hiragana, but can also be written in kanji. Please find the kanji-only version attached. :emoji_smile:
     

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