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How do I write "Suzuki" in Japanese Characters?

How do I write "Suzuki" in Japanese Characters? Topic: How to write a in different fonts
June 25, 2019 / By Austyn
Question: I have tried many different translation websites, but my computer can't read the characters--all I get are little squares.
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Violet Violet | 9 days ago
This is a link to an image that has the characters for Suzuki. http://www.suzuki-shop.com/logo.jpg The first two characters on the top left are suzuki written in Chinese characters. It is also seen again in a different font further down as the first two characters in the line above the URL.
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Violet Originally Answered: How do I write "Suzuki" in Japanese Characters?
This is a link to an image that has the characters for Suzuki. http://www.suzuki-shop.com/logo.jpg The first two characters on the top left are suzuki written in Chinese characters. It is also seen again in a different font further down as the first two characters in the line above the URL.
Violet Originally Answered: How do I write "Suzuki" in Japanese Characters?
most japanese names can be written with different characters: same reading but different spelling equals different meaning... if your computer doesn't recognize japanese characters there is not much i can do for you since you will probably just get little squares... one of few possibilities are suzuki = 鈴木 or 鈴木.

Shania Shania
most japanese names can be written with different characters: same reading but different spelling equals different meaning... if your computer doesn't recognize japanese characters there is not much i can do for you since you will probably just get little squares... one of few possibilities are suzuki = 鈴木 or 鈴木.
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Shania Originally Answered: Reading Japanese characters (symbols)?
I guess that you mean "English alphabet" by "regular letters." It's better to write it with Japanese characters but sentence written in English alphabet is basically understandable. Sentence written in English alphabet is misleading because a word can have more than one meaning. For example, a word "hana" written in English alphabet can have the meaning of flower and of nose, while 花(hana) means a flower and 鼻(hana) means a nose.
Shania Originally Answered: Reading Japanese characters (symbols)?
yes in japan they communicate with symbols, theres 3 types of writing there, hiragana, katakana and kanji... kanji is the mostly used and written if u dont know japanese then u can use something called romaji which is wat u just said, its japanese written in letters like "arigatou" japanese people will understand this but just to let u know, they do use symbols

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