birthday, reene! Cheese poet to the stars!
And now, a reminder of why I hate kanji: multiple &^%$#@! readings:
<td width="400" valign="top" align="left">Ashita
no Joe (Joe of Tomorrow) was a wildly popular sports manga, later
anime, that ran from 1968 to 1974. Japanese student radicals of the time
identified with working-class boxer Joe, and it is said they fought at the
barricades with Shounen Magajin (which ran AnJ) in one hand, and
the Asahi Journal (a left-leaning magazine) in the other.
||MEI / MYOU
aka(rui) / a(kari) / aka(rumu) / aka(ramu) / aki(raka) / a (keru) / a(ku)
/ a(kuru) / a(kasu)
meaning: light, bright
ashita == tomorrow
myounichi == tomorrow
Information above from The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop