What is a kanji letter for SHINE?
Shine says KAGAYA-KI in Japanese.
The correct writing needs KI in hiragana. But if you want to use the symbol for an artistic purpose like tattoo or design, putting the kanji alone seems cooler!
HOW TO READ
KAGAYA-KI (noun), KAGAYA-KU (verb), TERU, KI
- shine, shining
- active, bright
- outstanding, excellent
The symbol gives positive and bright impressions.
It’s a letter with various positive meanings and very popular for Japanese first names, both boys and girls.
The left part of the character stands for “light” and the right one does “army”.
The army does not mean directly “army” but implies “to act in a wide range”. So the whole symbol represents “light shine over wide range”.
You can download the kanji data with transparent PNG format. Each letter is made in 1000px X 1000px. Available for any purposes and no link or credit is needed. Feel free to take it!