Nihongo o Narau - First Grade Kanji Chart - fist kanji

Category

fist kanji - Kanji dictionary — Red Finch Japanese Page


Kanji are classified in kanji dictionaries according to their main components which are called radicals (roots) in English and 部首 (ぶしゅ) in Japanese. 部 (ぶ) means a group and 首 (しゅ) means a chief (head/neck). There are historical radicals derived from the 18th century Kangxi dictionary. These are the 80 kanji learned by first year elementary students in Japan. Click for a printable version. If you would like to see what these kanji mean and how to read them, go to the First Year Kanji Explainations page.

List of characters. For brevity, only one English translation is given per kanji.; The "Grade" column specifies the grade in which the kanji is taught in Elementary schools in gakulkarni.info "S" means that it is taught in secondary school.; The list is sorted by Japanese reading (on'yomi in katakana, then kun'yomi in hiragana), in accordance with the ordering in the official Jōyō table. Search kanji by their meaning, reading or kanji itself. This kanji has 10 strokes. It is being learnt at grade 9. This kanji belongs to jinmeyō (name) kanji.