Yang Ki Yin Jiu Jitsu

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Yang Ki Yin Jiu Jitsu

Post by fwarner » Nov 7, 2013 3:09 pm

I would like to get a wall scroll in Japanese kanji that say's....... Yang Ki Yin Ryu Jiu Jitsu....

I am also curious about the kanji for .... thousand hands......

Thanks

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Re: Yang Ki Yin Jiu Jitsu

Post by Gary » Nov 9, 2013 8:56 pm

This request is kind of confusing me a bit. It appears that you are using Chinese romanization for Yang, Japanese for Ki, Chinese again for Yin, and then back to Japanese for Jiu Jitsu.

So that I can accurately sort this out into something that makes sense, I need to confirm what you want this to mean. The Jiu Jitsu part is the only thing I'm sure of. There's at least 80 Chinese characters that romanize as "Yang", another 100 or so that romanize as "Yin". That is what makes it hard to be sure.

Another option is to just provide the CJK (Asian) text here if you can.

Once I figure out what you want, I'll set it up so you can order your custom handmade calligraphy wall scroll.

Cheers,
-Gary.

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Re: Yang Ki Yin Jiu Jitsu

Post by Gary » Nov 9, 2013 9:03 pm

One Thousand Hands:

千手

In Buddhist context, this refers often to "The thousand-hand Guanyin".

In Japanese, it can be the female given name, Chihira.
As 1000 hands, it's romanized as senshu instead of Chihira.

In Chinese, romanized as "qiān shǒu" or in old/Taiwan way, "ch`ien shou".

You can order this title here:
http://www.orientaloutpost.com/options. ... 1315+25163

Cheers,
-Gary.

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