Kanji Card – 蒸

Kanji – JLPT N3 – 蒸

Meaning of 蒸

84B8 – 蒸

Meaning steam, to evaporate
Onyomi  JOU
Kunyomi  mu(su), mu(reru), mu(rasu),
Strokes 13 (click on the pic to start the video)

Vocabulary including the kanji 蒸

Kanji Furigana Romaji Meaning JLPT
蒸気 じょうき jouki steam, vapor -
蒸しパン むしぱん mushipan steam bread -
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Kanji Radicals inside 蒸

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JAPANESE EXAMPLE SENTENCES USING THE KANJI 蒸

Kanji 蒸した料理は健康にいいです。
Furigana むしたりょうりはけんこうにいいです。
Romaji mushita ryouri wa kenkou ni ii desu.
English Steamed food is good for health.

SIMILAR KANJI to 批

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Kanji Card – 腹

Kanji – JLPT N3 – 腹

8179 - 腹

8179 – 腹

Meaning belly
Onyomi  FUKU
Kunyomi  hara
Strokes 13 (click on the pic to start the video)

Vocabulary including the kanji 腹

Kanji Furigana Romaji Meaning JLPT
切腹 せっぷく seppuku harakiri -
空腹 くうふく kuufuku hunger -
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Kanji Radicals inside 腹

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JAPANESE EXAMPLE SENTENCES USING THE KANJI 批

Kanji スポーツをした後心地ようい空腹を感じる。
Furigana スポーツをしたあとここちよいくうふくをかんじる。
Romaji supootsu o shita ato koochiyoi kuufuku o kanjiru.
English I feel a pleasant hunger after exercising.

SIMILAR KANJI to 批

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2013 Kanji of the Year – 輪

Kanji of the Year 2013

Every year around this time the Japan Association of Kanji Aptitude Test (日本漢字能力検定協会) announces the kanji of the year. The announcement is made in Kyoto at the famous Kiyomizu-dera temple through a priest who writes the chosen kanji on a big white board.

The kanji of the year 2013 was announced on December 12:

輪 – WA

The kanji 輪 is the counter for wheels or circles. This kanji was selected as Tokyo was selected as the location for the olympic summer games in 2020 referring the the olympic symbol of the 5 rings.

What would be your kanji of the year and why?

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How to speak Japanese without saying a word – part 2

This is the second part of this very popular youtube series. Using typical Japanese gestures you will be able to respond to statements without saying a word. Enjoy!