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Home » Uncategorized » The kanji for my last name is 波奈池 It is pronounced as “pa na chi” The direct translation is waves (波) Nara – a former capital of Japan(奈) and pond (池). Read together they evoke the image of ripples or waves on a pond in front of a temple (this translation is complements of my sensei and fellow Kenjutsu classmates). so I left a little mark that I had made it this far in my journey by having my name and wish added to the east walkways roof, which is part of the temple complex.

The kanji for my last name is 波奈池 It is pronounced as “pa na chi” The direct translation is waves (波) Nara – a former capital of Japan(奈) and pond (池). Read together they evoke the image of ripples or waves on a pond in front of a temple (this translation is complements of my sensei and fellow Kenjutsu classmates). so I left a little mark that I had made it this far in my journey by having my name and wish added to the east walkways roof, which is part of the temple complex.


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