Kanji List

Kanji For Body, 1 | Kanji List
In this kanji list you will learn how to read and write 5 various kanji for body parts. To learn more beginner kanji see the additional lists below.

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

  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 | BODY PARTS 1

KANJI FOR MOUTH

Kanji List For Mouth

TRANSLATION

  • (くち, kuchi)
  • Mouth, Opening, Mouth of Bottle

KANJI FOR EYE

Kanji List For Eye

TRANSLATIONS

  • (め, me)
  • Eyes, Eyesight, Vision

KANJI FOR EAR

Kanji List For Ear

TRANSLATION

  • (みみ, mimi)
  • Ears, Hearing

KANJI FOR HAND

Kanji List For Hand

TRANSLATION

  • (て, te)
  • Hand, Arms

KANJI FOR LEGS

Kanji List For Legs

TRANSLATIONS

  • (あし, ashi)
  • Feet, Legs
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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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