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    [JP] Name for sake

    Anyone familiar with sake name? I'm having trouble reading メ張鶴.

    And just to confirm, 竜神丸 = Ryuujinmaru, and 八海山 = Hakkaisan, am I reading it right?
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    Re: [JP] Name for sake

    Quote Originally Posted by natural-log View Post
    Anyone familiar with sake name? I'm having trouble reading メ張鶴.
    And just to confirm, 竜神丸 = Ryuujinmaru, and 八海山 = Hakkaisan, am I reading it right?
    * 〆張鶴 = しめはりつる Shimeharitsuru

    * 竜神丸 = りゅうじんまる
    * 八海山 = はっかいさん

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    Re: [JP] Name for sake

    O_o, what's the story behind 〆 again? I think I saw one on the shoulder of a certain gundam.

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    Re: [JP] Name for sake

    Quote Originally Posted by natural-log View Post
    O_o, what's the story behind 〆 again?
    〆 is generally used as an abbreviation for 締 (しめ). For example, 締切り(しめきり)=〆切り deadline

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