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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.


Blogger Mamagiggle said...

last name first or vice versa

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.


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.

Blogger Mamagiggle said...

"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.

Blogger Joana said...


中村 三千代

Nakamura Michiyo

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?

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).


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