Hi there, I'd like to make a t-shirt that says 3 2 1 GO! with the word "go" and possibly the numbers as well in Japanese characters - but I'm having trouble finding out what sort of characters to use. Kanji, hiragana, katakana? Is there a difference in meaning when using different characters for the word go? And does the word get a different meaning depending on how you write it? I don't want it meaning "to go to the beach" for example but rather "let's go!" or something similar, I think you get the meaning I'm looking for. On this forum I found a thread (the link to which I am not allowed to post being a new member) called "Let's go" about the term "let's go" with a member answering with the characters: Is "ikuzo" the word I'm looking for, and would it be correct to use it written in the characters this member wrote? Is it kanji, hiragana or katakana (or something else completely)? In the same thread there was also a discussion about the term "ikuzo" being informal masculine speech, would it be weird for me, being a girl, to wear it on a t-shirt? I'm so sorry if my questions are exceptionally stupid and if I'm asking the most obvious things, but I have no knowledge whatsoever of the Japanese language and it seems so different from Swedish, English, Spanish or any other languages I've tried to learn. I've come up with several different character combinations for the word "ikuzo" or directly translated from "go" or "let's go", but since there are so many different examples most of them are bound to be wrong, and I don't want to walk around wearing a t-shirt that says that I'm a stupid potato or something else completely irrelevant. Thank you so much in advance, I hope I made my questions clear and that someone is able and willing to help me!