All about MOONLIGHT in Japanese!
Moonlight says GEKKO in Japanese. The first letter reads GETSU, and the second one does KO. It makes the word Getsuko if you read it honestly, but it’s hard to say and we pronounce it “Gekko”.
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Hope it helps for your tattoo ideas and designs!
GETSU = moon
KO = light
They are simple and easy kanji characters we first learn but give calm, beautiful, and mysterious impressions.
The first letter GETSU stands for the shape of the crescent moon.
The second letter KO pictures a clergy who has holy fire. The top part of the character stands for fire and the bottom one is a person.
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!