I recently came across the following phrase in Kanji: æžå¤§æ”¯
The Fish translates this as “branch large support” but that’s just the literal translation; I am sure this is some kind of reference to something else but am unable to find out what. I wonder if anyone might know what the phrase really means. I am reminded of my favorite Chinese restaurant, which has the symbols å¤§å››å· emblazoned across it, which a Chinese friend tells me means, “big four rivers” (a reference to Szechuan province cuisine). Oddly, according to the Fish, å· is Japanese kanji and not traditional Chinese. I confess that I have ni idea what I am talking about. At any rate,I suspect that the kanji above also have some meaning beyond the literal, and any help in figuring this out would be much appreciated.