Translation help

Discussion in 'Ninjutsu' started by Kobudo, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. Kobudo

    Kobudo Valued Member

    Please can someone help me with this?

    I can't read kanji, I got this as a gift from someone in Japan, but don't know what it says - I'd like to find out before I email them.

    I know a few of you on here read kanji really well, please can you tell me what it says?

    Thanks very much!!

    ..... the photo was taken the right way up

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    Last edited: Mar 4, 2012
  2. benkyoka

    benkyoka one million times

    mata o'koshi kudasai means 'please come again'.
  3. Big Will

    Big Will NinpƓ Ikkan

    Well, it looks like "mata okoshi kudasai", which means "please come again", and it should be turned 90 degrees clockwise to be read :)
  4. Kobudo

    Kobudo Valued Member

    makes sense, it was a gift included with an iato I bought.

    Thanks all!!
  5. hatsie

    hatsie Active Member Supporter

    Very nice custom they have, I received a wooden ' trinket' one time If I can find it maybe some one can translate it?

    I think this could be a great thread for that sort of thing? Maybe an open 'sticky' if their is such a thing,

    [ame=""]THANK YOU COME AGAIN - YouTube[/ame]
  6. gapjumper

    gapjumper Intentionally left blank

    Maybe Antony Cumminz could sponsor it...
  7. garth

    garth Valued Member

    I think it means "Machine wash only"
  8. Frodocious

    Frodocious She who MUST be obeyed! Moderator Supporter

    How about we keep this thread on topic?! Please?! :)
  9. Kwajman

    Kwajman Penguin in paradise....

    She who must be obeyed....

    I have several WWII era japanese items with writing I'd love to have translated.

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