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Posted 5/27/16
According to the translation, My name. Calum Price, is Kakaku Karamu. It's written like this: 価格 カルム.
Are there any Japanese experts here? I just want to make sure it's correct.
Posted 5/27/16
Lol so, in Japanese, foreign words are written as phonetically as possible in Katakana. What the translation has done is change your surname "Price" literally into the word for price as in the monetary worth of something. Your name in Japanese would be "プライス カラム”, or "Puraisu Karamu". Keep in mind when you pronounce it, the r's are actually L's, since Japanese doesn't have an R sound.
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