I developed a unique program that makes motion using attraction and friction algorithms from information analyzing three types of letters in sentences / arrangement of letters / strengths of relations between characters. I generated visuals by adjusting the motion made by the program and the parameters of the program. Hiragana, katakana, kanji, numbers, romaji are used for Japanese character languages, and there are more kinds of characters than other languages. This is considered to be one factor that can express rich sentences. The frequent use of letters, such as extremely high frequency of use of hiragana among those characters, resulted in a curvilinear characteristic movement. This work making full use of the complexity of sentences in Japanese character languages that use multiple types of letters and the frequency of their frequency of use abstractly visualizes the features of those Japanese character languages. Sentences are arrays of letters made by humans so that genes are arrays. This work are trajectories drawn by the creature born from the gene arrangement of sentences.