Daily photos, portraits and stories from Haninge in Sweden.
No idea in the slightest, but I like how it stands out.
Yes. It says "Men's Room to the left, Ladies' Room to the right."
Clueless, but I don't think the concept of spelling applies to Chinese and Japanese characters. They are pictograms. Japanese has three phonetic alphabets, including Romaji, the one we use, plus kanji characters. That's hard.
"No photogaphs allowed"
I like the sign, but no idea what it is...
This looks like a painted Hanzi sign so I think it's easy to make a mistake if you don't know what you are doing Bob.You are not all wrong Jack, I have used the toilet in that building which was an experience in itself as it was a very tiny room.That is a goo guess Stuart but I'm pretty sure you are wrong. I will let people guess a little bit longer and then I will walk in and ask what it means. I do have a portrait of the person who is responsible for the sign. Taken a long time ago.
You could at least give us a clue or two Steffe :) like where you saw the sign?
Sure I can do that Grace, but I don't think it will help you much. The sign sits above the back door to a hair saloon run by a girl with a very cool flower tattoo.
Leave no hair untouched? Love Stuart's translation. ;-)
The answer was a bit of a surprise. Turns out to be a Karate club called Mori No Uma Dojo. They practice bujinkan ninjutsu.
Yes it's Bujinkan but no Karate ^^Iam the maker of that sign and thx for the comments. :)Gambatte
Aha, thanks for that info Jonnie.
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