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tomato in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

tomato

mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable.
Japanese says "To-Ma-To".
eagle in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

eagle

1.any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight.
2.an emblem representing power.
3.a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars.
4.a score of two strokes under par on a hole
egret in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

egret

any of various usually white herons having long plumes during breeding season
horseshoe crab in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

horseshoe crab

large marine arthropod of the Atlantic coast of North America having a domed carapace that is shaped like a horseshoe and a stiff pointed tail
[Kanji] At one swoop 一網打尽 Tee Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] At one swoop 一網打尽 Tee Shirt

[Kanji] At one swoop 一網打尽 Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] At one swoop 一網打尽 Shirt

[Kanji] making a fortune at a single stroke 一攫千金 T-shirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] making a fortune at a single stroke 一攫千金 T-shirts

[Kanji] making a fortune at a single stroke 一攫千金 T-shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] making a fortune at a single stroke 一攫千金 T-shirt

[Kanji] simple meal 一汁一菜 Tee Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] simple meal 一汁一菜 Tee Shirt

[Kanji] simple meal 一汁一菜 T-shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] simple meal 一汁一菜 T-shirt

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 1 Tee Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 1 Tee Shirt

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 1 Tee Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 1 Tee Shirt

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 2 Tshirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 2 Tshirt

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 2 T Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Samurai spirit 2 T Shirt

Barbie in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Barbie

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Becky in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Becky

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Bill in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Bill

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
[Kanji] Tomato Tee Shirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Tomato Tee Shirts

[Kanji] Tomato Shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Tomato Shirt

[Kanji] Tomato Tees in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Tomato Tees

[Kanji] Dugong T-shirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Dugong T-shirts

[Kanji] Dugong T-shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] Dugong T-shirt

[Kanji] saffron Tshirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] saffron Tshirts

[Kanji] saffron T-shirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] saffron T-shirts

[Kanji] saffron T-shirt in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] saffron T-shirt

[Kanji] economy Tees in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] economy Tees

[Kanji] economy Shirts in handwriting Kanji © Zangyo Ninja

[Kanji] economy Shirts

Alakina in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Alakina

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Alakina in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Alakina

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Alana in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Alana

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Alba in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Alba

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
Alberta in Japanese calligraphy © Zangyo Ninja

Alberta

Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji].
This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.

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