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Before the modern kana usage (現代仮名遣い) has permeated through the nation, it was very common for katakana ツ to be used after a numeral kanji. Japanese traditional numerals are: 1 - ひとつ 2 - ふたつ 3 - みつ / みっつ 4 - よつ / よっつ 5 - いつつ 6 - むつ / むっつ 7 - ななつ 8 - やつ / やっつ 9 - ここのつ 10 - とお And today, these are written ...


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I'm not sure what exactly you're going to do with this but there are websites like this where you can look up top rare last names as well as this site shows some first names for men that are more rare. If you're really looking for a "one-of-a-kind" name you can look into キラキラネーム which are names that are legal (in terms of kanji usage) but put the reading of ...


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" And just to add to your search, this site lists 9 different ways to write Australia. – ssb Jan 9 '13 at 13:39 " I happen to be the one who wrote "this site" I listed then, 9 different types of ate-ji for Australia, basically those that can be found in Japanese written documents. What I took care was to avoid those that can be not found usage in Japanese ...



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