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Calligraphy by a Pen / How to Write “Kagami(Mirror)”

 

Hello, I’m a writer of KARAKURIJAPAN, Yonosuke!

Do you know calligraphy by a pen? As you can guess from the name, it’s simply a kind of calligraphy written by a calligraphy pen. It’s so simple that letters are significantly affected by writer’s personality.

At this time, I had a calligrapher by a pen, Ms. Maria, write a letter.

The letter is kagami. It’s called mirror in English.

Even though it looks easy because it’s just one letter, it might be difficult because it has many stroke counts.

Then, how will she write the letter kagami?

Let’s watch the video!

Kagami by Calligrapher by a Pen, Ms. Maria

 

 

Please watch the video for detail. I’ll explain it here as well.

▼She wrote the left side without hesitation. It has different merit from the power of normal calligraphy. Her usage of pen looks beautiful.

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▼She kept writing in the same way. She rose the beauty of the kanji itself.

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▼At last, she wrote the jump powerfully!

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Ms. Maria has written kagami

 

This is kagami written by Ms. Maria.

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▲Even though I see kanji every day because I’m Japanese, I got fascinated with it. It has all the charms of kanji in just a letter. I came to thank that I was born as a Japanese.

 

By the way, she hides mirrors when she goes to bed.

That’s cute despite of her powerful letter!

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She didn’t explain how to write it because she only thought to make it cool. That’s how she focused on writing.

That was an amazing work! Thanks Ms. Maria!

How will she write the next work by a pen? Look forward to it!

>>Works of Calligrapher by a Pen, Ms. Maria

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