The Japanese Name Converter uses a combination of dictionary lookup, substitution rules, and machine learning to convert English characters into katakana. For instance, the first rule the system learns is to replace the letter "L" with the letter "R", because there is no "L" in Japanese. Later on. This blog post gives more details, for those interested in a complete answer.
How to Introduce Yourself in Japanese: 8 Steps (with Pictures)
The second you start learning the language, you want to know how to write and say your name in Japanese. I hope, by this time, you already know your Katakana. If not… you…. But you should really learn Katakana here. Your name will be written in Katakana.
So, "my name is Just give me all possible way of saying "my name is People usually try to avoid saying "watashi" in Japanese, so your best bet is something that doesn't use that!
Learning the proper way to make introductions in Japanese can help you get off to the right start. The Japanese culture is more formal than American English. Consequently, introductions in Japanese follow more of a pattern than they sometimes do in the United States.