Did you ever wonder how your name is spelled in Chinese characters (called Kanji)? Writing it in Katakana (the Japanese alphabet) was yesterday. Now you can “Kanji it” very easily with Kanji-Fandom (website is completely in English).
Just type in your name in the text box and the system automatically retrieves multiple Kanji characters which are connected to your gaijin name;).
You can choose from a list of Kanji and compose your own combination. The Kanji name can then be altered in various ways, commented on, rated etc.
It also explained what the Kanji means. In Jordan’s case: Dance, Kick, Length and Group. Aptly named indeed ;).
Kanji-Fandom is offered by B3United, a Tokyo based web company actually specialized in mobile solutions. For example, they provide the search engine for Chaku-Uta. Chaku-Uta is the wildly successful music download service from KDDI (Japan’s No.2 mobile phone carrier serving over 25 million customers!).