Note the graphic appearing in this entry to your right displays the two ways of rendering 'hikikomori', social withdraw, in Japanese. I have included it so if you ever have the desire to brave the world of Japanese web sites searching on the topic of hikikomori, you know what you are looking for (as for the rest of the web page in Japanese, well, you. are. on. your. own. *GRIN*).
1. The top version uses the verb 'hiku', to pull, rendered with the kanji or Chinese ideogram for it, combined with 'komoru', to retire, in the cursive script of Hiragana. (Hikikomori is Lit. 'to pull within and retire'.)
2. The second version is the entire word rendered in the cursive Hiragana script of Japanese.
3. The bottom line is the word 'hikikomori' in Romaji, Japanese written in the Roman Alphabet, hyphenated to denote the break point of each syllabic character of the Hiragana in the line just above it.
I'm not going to use this post to provide suitable search engine sites for Japanese but, if you want to try a search, here's a few: