Saturday, 24 December 2016
Saturday, 3 December 2016
If you'd like to buy a headband personalised with your name in Japanese please contact us for more details.
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
We have just launched our revamped Kanji Zone website. www.kanjizone.com is Japanya's sister website offering Japanese name translation and Japanese personalised products. The new website, which we hope offers easier navigation, has been optimised for mobiles and tablets.
Saturday, 10 September 2016
The Daruma is a popular good luck doll in Japan. It comes with two blank eyes, one of which is painted in when a person sets out on a task. The presence of the one-eyed Daruma acts as a constant reminder of the unfinished task. Once the task is completed the second eye can be filled in.
|Japanya stocks a range of different sizes of daruma from small (5cm) to large (18cm)|
Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Monday, 27 June 2016
Thursday, 2 June 2016
Customise Chubby Lucky Cat with your name/text:
1. Go to Zazzle here
2. click "Customise it" button
3. click "Change text"
4. type in your own text in text box and click "done"
5. if you wish you can also resize or edit the text and box.png layer by selecting and using the edit tools provided
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Our kanjizone.com website currently offers name translation into Japanese which then can be added to a Zazzle T-shirt (click here to view example).We are currently working on adding Japanese related images which will allow your Japanese name to be incorporated into the design. On the above T-shirt for example my name Motohashi (本橋) has been added to the manekineko's id tag.
Friday, 22 April 2016
Friday, 11 March 2016
Saturday, 27 February 2016
A colleague travelling to Japan for a short trip recently researched a way to stay connected with his mobile while there. He has decided to try this pre-paid Sim provided by IIJmio available as a one month/three month option. If anyone can offer advise we would welcome your comments!
Thursday, 14 January 2016
The crane, fabled to have a life span of a thousand years, has long been regarded as a symbol of good fortune and longevity in Japan. Cranes mate for life and therefore also symbolize fidelity. In recent years, the origami version of the crane has also become an international symbol of peace.