How to make up any Japanese names for a comic book? ?
I'm an American, and I can't find any names from Japan, because I'm not Japanese. How do you say names in Japan? I'm not being mean or anything, but if it's for a comic book, I can make one up, right? How do you make any Japanese name up in a comic book without knowing Japanese? I respect people's religion, and race, and ethnic background just without being rude, I want to make up "real" names for a cool comic book. Is that kind of too much to ask?
- QuinnLv 61 month ago
All you had to do was to Google "Japanese names" and you would had gotten hundreds of websites that would give you both Japanese surnames and first names.
- 2 months ago
A comic book or a Manga ,漫画？It is made from what like an interesting pictures .I'm sorry for my a little answer .
Oppositely , I heard once ago Japayuki-san , it might be made as Japan+going -Yuku or like bound for?. . .
my name is Ryo-ichi
- Memelord PrimeLv 72 months ago
Honestly, when I need a name from a certain country, I visit a website for baby names and search for ones from whatever country I choose.
- 2 months ago
Naming of Japanese is very easy. Charactar of male has "taro" , female has "ko". You should combine Japanese common noun and "taro" or "ko". For example, "Ryutaro", "Sakurako". You dont have to think about it seriously.
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- hihi!Lv 72 months ago
To write successfully, one must KNOW about what they write. sunshine_mel gave you Best Answer, not me. I just can't make comments to add a word to a good answer, thanks, Yahoo. Don't create what you THINK is a name as it may be or sound close to profanity. I read a so-so book touching on Russian spies, etc. The name Pasternak (Russian writer??) was used as a Russian name. IT IS A JEWISH NAME AND NOT A COMMON NAME. So KNOW about what you write. RESEARCH as sunshine_mel said.
- sunshine_melLv 72 months ago
Have you thought about... researching actual Japanese names, rather than making up something you think sounds Japanese?
Pretty insensitive otherwise; you're not respecting their culture if you do that.
- PetterLv 72 months ago
Just google "famous japanese persons" or something. Borrow a little here and there and create a name that could be real. Just remember every other letter has to be vowel and the name has to end with a vowel, or it won't sound japanese.