Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters


This sign post in Kyoto, Japan is packed with letters of all sorts. Go ahead, say that one three times fast … I dare ya!!! Say it one time fast and I’ll still be very impressed.

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12 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

  1. LOL! I’ll wait till I’m a bit tipsy and try then! LOL! šŸ™‚ Cool submission!

  2. Define “fast”. šŸ™‚

  3. cocomino says:

    It’s a difficult name even for Japanese šŸ™‚

  4. viveka says:

    Brilliant entry …. very cool, I wouldn’t dare to try to pronounces it. What about this then – Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch – a village name in Northern Wales, UK. Second longest village name in the world. There is a place in New Zealand that about 20 letters more.

    • hehe … there’s a city in Thailand that has 36 letters! I know this because it’s written across the wall at one of my fave Thai restaurants here in SF. Speaking of Thai, I have a friend from Thailand who has 16 letters in his last name!

      • viveka says:

        16 letters … ????
        Can you pronounce it ???
        The place in New Zealand is “TaumataĀ­whakatangihangaĀ­koauauĀ­oĀ­tamateaĀ­turiĀ­pukakapikiĀ­maungaĀ­horoĀ­nukuĀ­pokaiĀ­whenuaĀ­kitanatahu”- I’m not going to even try to pronounce it. *smile

  5. SakuraDreams says:

    All-things Japanese (okay, perhaps not all things) I absolutely love and this is one of them! Makes me nostalgic – great post! ^.^

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