Great for gifts or social events, this mid-sized 100% canvas tote features side and bottom gussets so it expands as you load it. It comes with natural web handles and in multiple contrasting colors. Dimensions: 14.5"w x 11"h x4"d.
This Japanese / Chinese character means "Fire," as shown by the blaze behind the character. In Japanese, it can have many readings, but when alone it is pronounced "hi" like the English word "he." The H sound is actually slightly different from the English "h" in that, rather than a glottal fricative, it's actually an unvoiced palatal fricative. This fricative sound doesn't exist in English, but is close to the hissing sound we make when imitating cats. In IPA, this character is transcribed as [çi].
In Chinese, this character is pronounced huǒ, in third tone. The meaning remains the same, although like between any two languages that share a script, there are many differences in use. I believe one could transcribe it in IPA as [xuɔ˨˩˦].