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General Description about Japanese writing Writing might be one of the most difficult, but also fun, parts of learning Japanese. The Japanese don't use an alphabet. There are three types of scripts in Japanese: kanji, hiragana and katakana. The combination of all three is used for writing.
Learn how to write the basic kanji characters. This is the first part of the expansive and fascinating, kanji. A full understanding of this gigantic systems is not a must, but a basic comprehension is essential. We will examine the two readings of kanji characters, and their noun, verb, and adjective relationship. Introduction to Kanji Part 1: Japanese Numbers (1~5). Introduction to Kanji Part 2: Japanese Numbers (6~10).
Kanji Land Your daily kanji treat Archives by Grade Japanese school children first learn hiragana and katakana, then from grades one to six, the 1006 'Education Kanji' characters. If you are not familiar with kanji, click here for the introduction and how to use the "Kanji Land" lessons. This is the archive for the 'Education Kanji' by grade.
Kanji Land Your daily kanji treat Archives by Grade - Grade 1 Welcome to the Kanji Land archives for Grade 1 kanji. There are 80 kanji characters that are taught in grade 1 at Japanese schools. Below you will find a complete list of all the characters.