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Jun'ichi or Junichi is a masculine Japanese given name. Possible writings Junichi can be written using different kanji characters. "Ichi" is nearly always written with the character ("one") or its Japanese numerals#Formal numbers, ''daiji'' (large numerals) form , while "jun" might be written with a variety of characters, including: *, "pure" *, "honest" *, "moisture" *, "standard" *, "obey" *, "approve" The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana. People with the name *, Japanese sumo wrestler *, Japanese sumo wrestler *, Japanese conductor *, Japanese diplomat *, Japanese singer *, Japanese footballer *, Japanese speed skater *, Japanese politician *, Japanese actor and producer *, Japanese artist, sculptor, and installation artist *, Japanese voice actor *, Japanese Go player *, Japanese rower *, Japanese Paralympic swimmer *, Japanese Nordic combined skier *, Japanese three-cushion billiards player *, Japanese animator *, Japanese video game composer *, Japanese footb ...
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are a set of from which forms a major part of the alongside with syllabic scripts ' and '. The Japanese term ''kanji'' for the Chinese characters literally means " characters". It is written with the same characters as in to refer to the character writing system, ''hanzi'' (). Although some kanji will have similar meaning and pronunciation as Chinese, some can have very different meanings and pronunciations as well. For example, , meaning "honest" in both Chinese and Japanese, is pronounced ''makoto'' or ''sei'' in Japanese, but pronounced ''chéng'' in . Japanese Kanji or Japanese words have also influenced and been borrowed by China, Korea and Vietnam in recent times. For example, the word for telephone, ''denwa'' in Japanese, is d as ''diànhuà'' in Mandarin Chinese, ''điện thoại'' in Vietnamese and ''jeonhwa'' in Korean. History s first came to on official seals, letters, swords, coins, mirrors, and other decorative items imported from . The earlie ...
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