Kanji and meanings of Mitsuri’s name
What does Kanroji Mitsuri’s name mean in Japanese? Is it related to love?
Both her family name and first name are related to something sweet! KANRO means “sweet liquid” and MITSURI has a symbol that stands for “honey”.
Let me explain what each kanji letter represents!
KANRO – sweet liquid
KANRO is a legendary sweet liquid that is fallen from heaven when the energy of yin and yang got harmonized. The first kanji means sweet and the second one does dew.
In Japan, there’s a famous company named KANRO and they produce candies 🍬
And we have food named KANRONI. It’s a dish cooked with sugar, like glace.
JI – temple
JI means a temple.
There is a temple named KANOJI in Japan and it became a popular spot thanks to Demon Slayer!
The Kanroji temple is in Wakayama prefecture. After the massive hit of Demon Slayer, they’ve decorated the temple with Kanroji Mitsuri colors and a lot of fans rushed there to see it.
MITSU – honey
Mitsu is honey. Yes, Kanroji Mitsuri is made from sweet dew and honey!
RI – something round and beautiful
This kanji stands for something round and beautiful like a gemstone. It’s a kanji letter with a lovely impression and used for girl names.
Now you’ve realized what Mitsuri’s name means. She is sweet like honey and beautiful like jewels. That’s exactly right, don’t you think? 😚