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lol! nice!
do they fit the regular plate holders?
where'd you get them from?
I would take a pic of it on the car but its been raining here.
The plate is bigger then a normal license plate but it mounts up the same, I got it off ebay.
Its a knock off but I like it, I have a actual japanese plate but it started chipping.
 

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can't read it but it does not look Japanese to me.
It's Chinese. I can't read Chinese but I do know how to play Chinese Chess.
The letter to the left of 330 meant a "Horse" then to the left of that meant "Car"
At least that was how it translated into Vietnamese. :D
 

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I have lived in Japan for over 3 years in the past. I don't know about the top two letters because they're either in the kanji alphabet or something else.

The letter to the left of VV-TI is from the Japanese hiragana alphabet. It looks familiar. Upon closer inspection however, I think this plate is a complete knock-off. This symbol represents the sound "sa". However, on the plate it is printed the wrong way!

This is the proper way of writing "sa". On the plate it's flipped! I think the maker of the knock-off doesn't know much at all! :lol:



Nice plate otherwise, though.
 

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I have lived in Japan for over 3 years in the past. I don't know about the top two letters because they're either in the kanji alphabet or something else.

The letter to the left of VV-TI is from the Japanese hiragana alphabet. It looks familiar. Upon closer inspection however, I think this plate is a complete knock-off. This symbol represents the sound "sa". However, on the plate it is printed the wrong way!

This is the proper way of writing "sa". On the plate it's flipped! I think the maker of the knock-off doesn't know much at all! :lol:



Nice plate otherwise, though.
:lol::lol::lol: reminds me on the t-shirts in the US who have Chinese writing on it because it looks "nice" ...but some of them actually said stuff you really do not want to wear on your chest.:eek:
 

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I have lived in Japan for over 3 years in the past. I don't know about the top two letters because they're either in the kanji alphabet or something else.

The letter to the left of VV-TI is from the Japanese hiragana alphabet. It looks familiar. Upon closer inspection however, I think this plate is a complete knock-off. This symbol represents the sound "sa". However, on the plate it is printed the wrong way!

This is the proper way of writing "sa". On the plate it's flipped! I think the maker of the knock-off doesn't know much at all! :lol:



Nice plate otherwise, though.
The character on the plate is actually hiragana character "chi". I know my japanese lol

Still, don't think the VVt-i thing is that great. Authentic plates only come in numbers. The two kanji characters on top represent the province/county its from. Though I think its not written very well.
 

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:lol::lol::lol: reminds me on the t-shirts in the US who have Chinese writing on it because it looks "nice" ...but some of them actually said stuff you really do not want to wear on your chest.:eek:
I've seen some foreigners wearing T-shirts with Chinese wordings, but most of them are no harm. :)
 
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