How to write Naruto in Japanese

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RE: translate characters
(05/17/20 5:54 PM) ZweiSkill wrote:Hey, I'm watching Naruto and in one scene Kakashi is throwing characters with Shuriken (see picture). I am now wondering what these characters mean . Can someone help me?


you got the answer yes, but I had to look up Naruto:



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Shuriken
Shuriken.jpg
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Kana: 手裏 剣
Meaning: Hidden hand weapon
Type of weapon: throwing star
Range: near to far (depending on the throwing power of the user)
Owner: Almost all ninja

Shuriken are small projectiles that are shaped like a star. They are usually kept in a bag attached to the leg. Furthermore, like the kunai, they are among the most important weapons of a ninja. But there are exceptions like shuriken, which are much larger than normal ones. Shuriken are faster than kunai, but the less likely they are to hurt the opponent. They are also sometimes used in conjunction with Jutsu, such as Shuriken Kage Bunshin no Jutsu.


Some special types of shuriken are listed here:

Kami Shuriken
Giant hurricanes
Fusha Shuriken
Shikomi Shuriken
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Kakashi Hatake is a jonin from Konohagakure. Because of his Sharingan he is also called "Sharingan no Kakashi" (写 輪 眼 の カ カ シ, "Kakashi with the Sharingan") and "Kopīninja no Kakashi" (コ ピ ー 忍者 の カ カ シ, "Kakashi the Kopierninja"). He is famous and notorious in the shinobi world because of his talent and accomplishments. At the beginning of the plot, Kakashi becomes the sensei of Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno - the team 7. After the end of the Fourth Ninja World War, in which Kakashi loses his Sharingan, he is named Rokudaime Hokage.

(This post was last edited: 5/20/20 7:35 AM by yamaneko.)