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Heiwa kanji

Peace
The kanji for Heiwa
This kanji maens 'peace', pronounce 'heiwa'.
This word is constructed by 2 kanjis, 'hei' and 'wa'. 'Hei' means flat or smooth. 'Wa' is the most important kanji to understand what is Japanese. The concept of 'Wa' is originally from Buddhism. 'Wa' includes many meanings such as harmony, balance, cooperation, reconciliation, oppositionless, estrangeless .....

Japanese first statute law (which promulgated by prince Shotoku in 603) said 'Wa is to be valued' in the first sentence. So you know how important word 'wa' is.

Today it's still valued word for us. So sometimes Japanese people call Japanese style 'Wa' (ex. Wa-food, Wa-clothes).
Heiwa
Item ID : 5
calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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