All about ETERNITY & FOREVER in Japanese!
Eternity and forever say 永遠 EIEN in Japanese. If you want to express “eternity” with a single Kanji symbol, use the EI letter alone. This one symbol can stand for eternity and forever. Please note the single EN letter means “far.”
How to read
This kanji has two ways of reading. EIEN is more general, and TOWA sounds somehow poetic and classical. The meaning is completely the same, only the sounds are different.
The word EIEN is a noun. When you use it as an adverb and want to mean “forever”, it says 永遠に EIEN NI.
Gives majestic and somehow holy impressions.
The first letter EI stands for long distance and long time. This one kanji can mean eternity. The second letter means being far away. Two kanji symbols were combined and emphasized each meaning, which makes “something in the far distance.”
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