Learn Kanji Numbers

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The Japanese language has 3 different writing styles, namely the Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to read AND write kanji. I’ve created a video to show you the proper way of writing them as well as proper pronunciation.

If you don’t want to watch the video, just keep scrolling.

One ( 一 ) いち ( ichi )

Two ( 二 ) に ( ni )

Three ( 三 ) さん ( san )

Four ( 四 ) よん ( yon )

Five ( 五 ) ご ( go )

Six ( 六 ) ろく ( roku )

Seven ( 七 ) なな/しち ( nana/shichi)

Eight ( 八 ) はち ( hachi )

Nine ( 九 ) きゅう ( kyuu )

Ten ( 十 ) じゅう ( jyuu )

Hundred ( 百 ) びゃく ( hyaku )

Thousand ( 千 ) せん ( sen)

Ten thousand ( 万 ) まん ( man )

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Thank you for reading and good luck on your language learning journey! 🤗
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