What do the Japanese characters for "great luck" really look like?

What do the Japanese characters for "great luck" really look like?

  • Great luck or great success looks like this - the work of the Sunayoru master.

    The picture is sold at pixta.jp

    and the price, depending on the resolution, reaches from 5 to 30 dollars per file.

    If I understood, I would cry.

    What do the Japanese characters for "great luck" really look like?

  • the hieroglyph is called daikichi

    spelled like this

    and what it looks like - Google will help you

  • It translates to great luck or great success.

    But I do not think that writing in Japanese on your body will somehow attract luck. Imagine that the Japanese start to make tattoos in Russian for the same purpose, it will look ridiculous to us. Of course it's up to you, but then you can also use other languages:

    - In the Arabic language

    - in Hindi

    - in Punjabi

    - in Georgian

    - in Chinese

    - in Yiddish

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