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Engraving of a watch for Christmas 2019/12/23 19:56
Hey!

My boyfriend is a native Japanese man and I bought him a nice watch for Christmas which Ifd like to have engraved in the back with something really lovely in Japanese (not kanji preferably). Ifd like something short along the lines of eIfll love you timelesslyf (get it cause itfs a watch? Ha..) or just something really romantic to let him know how much I love him and appreciate him. I know English doesnft translate that well directly in Japanese so Ifd love to know some well known and preferably poetic words I could write in Japanese to express this to him in a way thatfs more special to him.

Thanks in advance!

Emily
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Re: Engraving of a watch for Christmas 2019/12/25 10:13
uwhich Ifd like to have engraved in the back with something really lovely in Japanese (not kanji preferably)v

That might be kind of a difficult combination. Generally speaking, writing in Japanese without using kanji gives the message a childish feel to it. Kanji are, of course, harder to learn than hiragana/katakana, and so writing using only hiragana/katakana is usually done by people who haven't learned many kanji yet, i.e. kids.
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