Kanji List

Elements In Kanji, 1| Kanji List
In this kanji list, you will learn how to read and write 5 elements in Japanese kanji. To learn more beginner kanji see the additional lists below.

In this kanji list you will learn how to read and write 5 elements in kanji. To learn more elements and other beginner kanji, see the links below or on the main kanji list page.

Kanji Learning Tips

  1. Practice writing using the proper stroke order. See below for my examples, sorry if my writing looks messy!
  2. Learn the various translations of each character. In this guide I focus on the most common form to get you started.
  3. Practice writing on a daily basis, even if only for a few minutes.

KANJI LIST | ELEMENTS, 1

KANJI FOR MOUNTAIN

Mountain In Kanji List

TRANSLATION

  • (やま, yama)
  • Mountain

KANJI FOR RIVER

River In Kanji List

TRANSLATION

  • (かわ, kawa)
  • River

KANJI FOR TREE

Tree In Kanji List

TRANSLATION

  • (き, ki)
  • Tree

KANJI FOR GRASS

Flower In Kanji List

TRANSLATION

  • (くさ, kusa)
  • Grass

KANJI FOR RICE FIELD

Farmland In Kanji List

TRANSLATIONS

  • (た, ta)
  • Rice Field
Kanji For Body, 1 | Kanji List

Kanji For Body, 1 | Kanji List

In this kanji list, you will learn how to read and write 5 various Japanese kanji for body parts. For more beginner kanji lists, see the links below or on the main kanji list page. Kanji Learning Tips Practice writing using the proper stroke order. See below for my...

People In Kanji | Kanji List

People In Kanji | Kanji List

In this kanji list you will learn how to read and write 5 kanji that represent different types of people. To learn more beginner kanji, see the links below or on the main kanji list page. Kanji Learning Tips Practice writing using the proper stroke order. See below...

Positions In Kanji | Kanji List

Positions In Kanji | Kanji List

In this Kanji list you will learn to read and write positional words in Japanese using Kanji. When you learn kanji it's important to practice the proper stroke order as well as learn the various translations of each character. See below for my writing of each...

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KyleJappon

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Learning and sharing the Japanese language through life in a bilingual Japanese family and living abroad in Japan.

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