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What's your ninja name?
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You can use your first or last name

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That is a easy answer. I'm Hak. No Ka Do TA

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Rin Kimika
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Arikafutomonoku Chimorimonoku



JK, it's

Tomochi Chikutatakitoji
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Whoever made this picture does not understand modern Japanese...

For example:

Ji and Zi are the same exact thing, both pronounced "Ji." The only reason this would be okay is in archaic romanization where the Chi becomes the vocalized Ji and the Shi (written as "Si" back then) becomes the vocalized Zi. The pronounciations remain the same. There are some variances in romanization of Japanese characters, but to have both together makes no sense in our modern day...

There is no 'L' in the japanese language. R and L become the same kana "Ru," but having both romanizations is redundant and never used.



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Zukatokatoka Arinotakichi
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Weeaboo weeaboo weaboo weeaboo.

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stars201 wrote:

Meshikiarichikitoka


Our names are fairly similar. My real name is Christian
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Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:


stars201 wrote:

Meshikiarichikitoka


Our names are fairly similar. My real name is Christian


Hi nice to meet you
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MightyMidgit wrote:

Whoever made this picture does not understand modern Japanese...

For example:

Ji and Zi are the same exact thing, both pronounced "Ji." The only reason this would be okay is in archaic romanization where the Chi becomes the vocalized Ji and the Shi (written as "Si" back then) becomes the vocalized Zi. The pronounciations remain the same. There are some variances in romanization of Japanese characters, but to have both together makes no sense in our modern day...

There is no 'L' in the japanese language. R and L become the same kana "Ru," but having both romanizations is redundant and never used.





Dude is just for fun.. what's your ninja name
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Kushiki Mizu....I follow the Way of the Water.
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Zukitata

I like it.
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