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おはようございます!

Seeking for help. Don't know the meaning of those kanji (big white, in the top right corner and in the lower right corner. Any help will be appreciated! Thank you in advance.

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    It's apparently some Chinese content. (Ab)using Japanese の in Chinese text is a recent trend. – broccoli facemask - cloth Jul 11 at 5:10
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I tried to look for the surrounding text, but all I got were Taiwanese/Chinese sources.

In the end I managed to find out that the big white character (which is for the most part obstructed by the illustration) is「嘯」and it seems to exist in Japanese according to kanji.jitenon.jp and jisho.org. Both seem to agree that it means to roar.

The bottom red text reads「紅蓮{ぐれん}の夢{ゆめ}」but I'm not sure what it translates to. 紅蓮 means bright red whereas 夢 means dream or dreams.

The top red text reads "1986" using financial numerals in Simplified Chinese as dROOOze pointed out in the comments.

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  • Wow, you rock. Thank you very much! – Sebastian Jul 11 at 0:14
  • No problem, but keep in mind that these 'pure translation' questions generally fall outside of the scope of the Japanese.SE. – JansthcirlU Jul 11 at 0:17
  • The top right text says 1986 in Financial Characters (they’re also in Simplified Chinese which makes this a poor imitation of some sort) – dROOOze Jul 11 at 0:26
  • Thanks @dROOOze, I'll update my answer! – JansthcirlU Jul 11 at 0:27
  • I see. Thank you very much. Yes, I wonder why are those Characters combined like that? 1986 is also intriguing. – Sebastian Jul 11 at 0:28

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