Kanji of Nature in the World


Did you see a picture above? Many Kanji in there, let’s study it!


月 「last post

日 「last post

鳥 とり・チョウ [meaning of this kanji is bird]

雨     「last post

山  やま・サン、セン [mountain]

門 かど、と・モン[gate]

花 はな・カ、ケ[flower]

川 かわ・セン[river]

田 た・デン[rice field]

木 「last post

土 「last post

火 「last post

石 いし・セキ、シャク、コク[stone]

糸 いと・シ[yarn]

人 ひと、り、と・ジン、ニン[person]

水 「last post

魚 うお,さかな、ざかな・ギョ[fish]


Above kanji can readed in word, for example.

石川 [ishikawa](japanese surname)

山田 [yamada](japanese  surname)

川本 [kawamoto](japanese surname)

山本 [yamamoto] (japanese surname)

川田 [kawada] (japanese surname)

水田「suiden」(wet rice field)


石木「ishiki」(stone tree)

石山「ishiyama」(stony mountain)

石火「sekka」(flint fire)


門火「kadobi」(fire lit at  a gate for funerals)

魚田「gyoden」(skewerd fish)

And that’s for example kanji in nature for word.

So amazing.

Thanks for visit !




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