- NOTE : there is a 8 Business day lead time , if you cannot wait the 8 Business days stated here PLEASE do not order a plate at this time as we get this up and running LEED Times WILL be reduced there are many steps to making these hand crafted on-off Plates for you and this is the time it takes , SORRY we do NOT do and RUSH orders ....
- YOU MUST PUT YOUR 2 DIGIT MODLE YEAR AND LAND CRUISER 4 ALPHA / NUMERIC's MODLE ID IN the CHECK OUT NOTES
- we PRESS these plates by hand out of Aluminum SHEET SLUGS
- Genuine Reproduction VINTAGE JAPAN DIE STAMPED EMBOSSED License Plate Tag
- they come in your choice of WHITE or JDM Reflective YELLOW
- FONTS and TEXT are BLACK or JDM GREEN
- you get to add your 2 DIGIT YEAR like Examples Shown
- your 4 ALPHA / NUMERIC LETTER DIGITS MODLE ID: EX 89 FJ62
- Your Hiragana logo is either Y or E
- What is Hiragana?
=> Hiragana is the basic Japanese phonetic alphabet. It represents every sound in the Japanese language. Therefore, you can theoretically write everything in hiragana. However, because Japanese is written with no spaces, this will create nearly indecipherable text.
=> Hiragana is used along with kanji to write all native Japanese words (including words of Chinese origin). Hiragana is used for verb and adjective endings (okurigana), particles, words that have no kanji, words which are commonly written only in kana, words for which the writer does not know the kanji, and as furigana (hints provided by the writer to the reading of an unfamiliar kanji).
=> Hiragana are used when you can’t use kanji, for sound symbolism, particles, help verb, and conjunctions. Hiragana can also be used for adverbs and names for animals and plants. Often you can see them together with a kanji to form a word. Hiragana is used for changing meanings of kanji by adding a hiragana character after the kanji. Hiragana is also used wherever kanji characters wouldn’t be used.
=> Hiragana can be used to express and write all Japanese words without the use of kanji since hiragana is like an alphabet. If you can’t remember the right kanji for a word, you can just spell it out in hiragana.