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11 April 2005

my new Japanese name


I have no idea what's about to happen, but this website generates an authentic-looking Japanese name for any Western-style name, and my name translates as

Black River / One Reality

Then it gives me this code to put on my website, so here goes:

My japanese name is 黒川 Kurokawa (black river) 一真 Kazuma (one reality).

Take your real japanese name generator! today!
Created with Rum and Monkey's Name Generator Generator.


7 Comments:

Blogger Mamagiggle said...

last name first or vice versa

22:40  
Blogger Bob Merkin said...

from the rum and monkey site:

ever wonder what your japanese name should be? well wonder no more! just select whether you're male or female, enter your name and voila! i kept the name order in traditional japanese -- family name first, given name last -- for more authenticity! ;]

NOTE: some of these had to be very roughly translated in order to make any sense in english, so it's not necessarily literal.

enjoy!

00:12  
Blogger SteveHeath said...

I got two results. When I used Heath Stephen I received "Shimizu Masato" (clear water/sacred person).

However, when I used my preferred in-house name of Stud Muffin, I received "Yamashita Takumi" (Under the Mountain/Open Sea).

Which I think means I'm in a hole or all wet with that nickname.

01:41  
Blogger Mamagiggle said...

Konichiwa!
"i kept the name order in traditional japanese -- family name first, given name last -- for more authenticity! ;]"
Yep I read that but it seemed ambiguous, we might enter it first name first and the program could switch it to the traditional japanese order, so I did both. I could be wilderness under a beautiful clear sky (seems simple enough right?) or a distant wisteria three thousand generation removed (too derivative to pay attention to)
sigh, most days feel like the latter.
sayonara....

08:56  
Blogger Joana said...

Wonderful!

中村 三千代

Nakamura Michiyo

10:49  
Blogger Mike said...

Hmm, got 駿 Shun (fast person) 浜野 Hamano (seaside field). Not sure if that's good or not. If I were to see that name, I'd have assumed it was Spanish, not Japanese, but then, what the heck do I know?

11:52  
Blogger Amy said...

I figured I'd chime in with all you cool people too (a bit late even).

I got:

猿渡 Saruwatari (monkey on a crossing bridge) 三千代 Michiyo (three thousand generations)

For some reason I think it pins on "Michiyo" if you are female, regardless of your surname (if you were like me and put your first name first, surname last into the generator).

02:25  

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