Japanese kanji design for the word "Challenge"

Japanese kanji design for the word "Challenge" from U-CAN Americas, Inc.

By: U-CAN Americas, Inc.  09/01/2016
Keywords: Calligraphy

The Japanese kanji design for the word "Jump" or "Challenge" contains nine strokes that make up three elements. The first element represents the hand, the second symbolizes legs and the third is ice.

Keywords: Calligraphy

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