What does this japanese inscription mean?
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
八重桓 (Ya-ey-GA-Kee) Thats the name for a brand of Sake (Japanese wine).
The first Kanji on top says "Eight" (八, also pronounced as Hachi)
second Kanji reads "repeating' or "heavy"/ "expensive" (重)
Third Kanji "everlasting/endearing" (桓)
Fourth Kanji "娓" (compliant) (pronounced as Suna'o, or "Bi")
八重桓 娓 = Yaegaki Bi, or Yaegaki Sunao depending on what the manufacture intends bcoz Kanji can be pronounced a variety of ways.
The two small script on the left hand says "enduring moon" or "Long moon/long month" (久月) Kyuugetsu (K-YUU- Gey-TSOO)
- Anonymous2 months ago
The name of the doll is (八重垣姫＝Yaegaki Hime), and （久月＝kyu-getsu） is the name of the production company.