Cursed Technique Lapse Blue in Japanese and meaning
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Cursed Technique Lapse Blue in Japanese and meaning

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Kanji and meanings of Gojo Satoru’s Cursed Technique Blue

Gojo Satoru’s cursed technique Lapse Blue is the technique that embodies the power of convergence.

It originally says JUTSUSHIKI JUNTEN AO in Japanese. The English translation is “Lapse Blue”. I think it’s a free translation and doesn’t fully reflect the original word. Let me explain the original word and what each kanji means!

JUTSUSHIKI

jutsushiki written in japanese kanji letter

JUTSU = spell, skill, magic

SHIKI = formula, style

Jutsushiki (cursed technique) is one of the terms of the Jujutsu Kaisen world, which is a special ability carved in a Jujutsu sorcerer’s body by nature. You can never acquire it intentionally.

JUNTEN

junten written in kanji

JUN = obey the flow, order

TEN = roll, change the direction

JUNTEN isn’t a common word, but we can guess its meaning from kanji letters. It means that something goes following the trend.

AO

ao written in kanji letter

AO is blue, azure. This character means Japanese traditional blue color, which is close to green rather than blue. We usually use the kanji letter below for blue color.

kanji symbol that means blue

All the Gojo Satoru’s cursed techniques have the names of colors: red, blue, and purple. And all of them use classical kanji characters. The reason? Maybe it’s simply cooler!

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