Expand your skills for Japanese kanji writing and reading about the time of day. Follow along to learn the strokes for the radicals that make up each character.
Now that you know basic kanji for time of day, add kanji characters for longer time periods, like week and year, to your Japanese vocabulary.
Ready to learn more Japanese kanji? The characters and concepts in this lesson are related to movement and transportation, like station, train, and bicycle.
Add adjectives to your Japanese kanji writing and reading repertoire! Learn how to draw kanji for concepts like expensive, cheap, small, new, and more.
Learn how to read and write four basic colors in kanji—both the ¨on reading¨ and the ¨kun reading¨—in this short, informative lesson about Japanese kanji.
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