How To: Translate your name into Japanese in 2 easy ways

Translate your name into Japanese in 2 easy ways

This is a video that explains to a person how to write their name in Japanese. The woman shows two ways as to how to translate your name in Japanese. The first is how the name is pronounced, and the second way is to translate your name based on the meaning. Usually the name is translated based on pronunciation in the native language. The name is pronounced similarly but not exactly the same. For example Rachel is pronounced "Reicheru". She also shows a website where more information can be found about pronouncing the name. She then shows which script to use for writing. Katakana is the preferred script for Japanese people. She then gives the website and the twitter account.

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