I need some help translating some text
Thread poster: crimsonbadmojo

crimsonbadmojo
Netherlands
English to Dutch
Apr 3, 2015

its a text on a t-shirt i recently bought, and was wondering what it meant. thanks in advance.

http://imgur.com/2LXZAiA

http://imgur.com/qEbbVDH


 

Igor Dmitriev
Russian Federation
藍道日本 Apr 16, 2015

For crimsonbadmojo

I'm afraid the answer will turn out to be a litle bit long. The fact is that 藍道日本 has no meaning. In Japanese it sounds "ai michi nihon", 1st character "ai" means indigo, 2nd character "do" means way or way of smth (like judo or karate-do), 3rd and 4th characters makes "nihon' or "nippon", which means Japan. Perhaps this is a name of some vilage or smth. As a matter of interest i checked also Chinese, but no chinese-english online dictionary give me meaning whatsoever((.

And the same about your next link. No meaning, just 塵 "chiri" - dust, "gomi" - garbage; 灰 "hai" - ash.


 

haibuihoang
Vietnam
藍道日本 Apr 17, 2015

I don't agree with Igor Dmitriev

藍道 is indigo road (blue road), and may read as 'randou'. It seems like an organization name to me. Randou Nihon, Blue Road Japan, sound nice huh?

Ref: http://www.romajidesu.com/kanji/藍道日本


 


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