FU Bunnies, legendary celestial guardians of the ER, traditionally signifying fortune, health, and good luck. But there's something disturbingly autumnal about these bunnies, isn't there? It's the brooms, and the scarecrow-like appearance, with straw hands and all. I think someone's mixing up the symbols of Halloween and Easter. Oops.
Never. (Well, after a fashion, Never.)
tano(mu), tano(moshii), tayo(ru)
meaning: request, reply
tanomi == favor, trust
shinrai == trust
|Right radical is 'head', but was originally a combination of 'sword/cut' (top part), and 'shell/money'. Left radical is 'bundle'. Henshall suggests remembering this kanji by: 'Rely on head to request a bundle'.|