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Old 2006-11-30, 16:06   Link #2009
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Originally Posted by Ascaloth View Post
Didn't know where to put this question, so here goes...

I know Haruhi's name usually appears as katakana, but on some Chinese sites, they put her name inside the title as:


From what I can deduce, the bolded part of the name translates roughly as "Haruhi" (with the other two words being Suzumiya, of course), but I wouldn't know if they're just making it up.

Can someone confirm if that's her actual name in kanji? Just curious.
凉宫春日 is what everyone translated her name as in Chinese, so I would guess that's her name in kanji.
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