Ok…bear with me on this one. I was watching this music video for Love is a Battlefield by Pat Benatar that somebody sent me and there’s this scene where she comes running out of her house 'cause mom and pop just don’t understand her or something…but all I can see are these damned kanji on her t-shirt. I can’t escape. I see them everywhere now and I don’t even live in Japan.
I decided to try and decode what is says, on the off chance it is actually Japanese, but my kanji skills aren’t quite up to scratch.
Here’s the screenshot:
As you can see, one character is kinda tucked away.
I think I can see 矢 anyhow, but the rest I had to try and assemble from radicals via Jisho. The last one looks like 部…and the middle one…looks something like 罹 but not quite.
What do you guys think? I’m probably showing my ignorance here, but maybe it’s actually Chinese?