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Oct 15, 2009
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If you cannot read kanji
by: Anonymous

If you cannot read kanji each character is usually written top to bottom left to right (as a rule of thumb), so by looking at the directions of strokes you can usually figure it out in this manner.

Kendo-Guide.Com: Traditionally, there is a red stamp at the end of the word, usually at the left bottom.  So have your tenugui as the red stamp comes on your left.

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