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How to read my japanese name? 2015/1/8 16:40
My chinese name is āNŠ]仪 but Im not sure if there are pronounciations for it in Japanese. If there is, someone help me read it! XD
If there isn't, I think I'll go with this one - ”üŠ]
But I also have no idea how to read it XD
by HPXY (guest)  

Re: How to read my japanese name? 2015/1/8 19:19
Hello!(^o^)/
āN is a family name in Japan, though they are Chinese-Japanese.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keiko_Han
And Š] is also used for the personal name.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inoue_Kaoru
āNŠ]‹V is commonly pronounced as Han KouGi in Japanese.
And ”üŠ] is BiKou.
But people often use  as a substitute for Š] today.
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Re: How to read my japanese name? 2015/1/8 19:33
So sorry!
āNŠ]‹V is commonly pronounced as Han KyouGi in Japanese.
And ”üŠ] is BiKyou.

Š] is not pronounced as Kou.
I mistook it for .(x_x;
 is Kou but Š] is Kyou or Kei.

BTW, if it's a Japanese name, Š] is commonly pronounced as Kaoru, but this pronunciation is not for Chinese.
Because Kaoru is kun-yomi and people think on-yomi is for Chinese.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanji#Readings
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Re: How to read my japanese name? 2015/1/9 16:31
Oh wow... Thanks alot!
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