Learn how to write the main Japanese cities in kanji symbols. See the map of Japan to learn to write Japanese kanji symbols!
In this lesson, you will learn how to write main cities of Japan such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Oosaka in Japanese kanji symbols.
In addtion, you will learn about kanji compounds. You are going to extend your knowledge of Japanese kanji compounds by learning some examples. You will see how they are used in combination with kanji symbols you have learn to make new character in Japanese.
First of all, please look at the map
of Japan below.
How many cities can you recognize?
|Place of Japan||Kanji Meaning||About the place||Pronunciation|
|North, sea, way||North island of Japan||Hokkaido|
|East, Capital||Capital of Japan||Tokyo|
|Big, slope||Second biggest city in Japan||Oosaka|
|Capital, city||used to be a capital of Japan||Kyoto|
|Wide, island||stands in a wide bay dotted small islands||Hiroshima|
|Long, promontory||There is a famous harbour||Nagasaki|
Now, as you can see, all the name of
the cities are written in Japanese kanji by using
two or more kanji symbols. They are called "Kanji
Kanji compunds are words created from two or more kanji symbols.
For example, we use north, sea and way kanji symbols to write Hokkaido, , and use East and capital kanji symbols to write Tokyo, in Japanese.
By the way, do you know how to write America, China and England in Japanese?
|Place of Japan||Kanji Meaning||Pronunciation|
|Rice, country||Bei koku|
|Hero, country||Ei koku|
|Middle, country||Chu goku|
Intersting, isn't it?
to learn Japanese cities and practice your speaking.
Learn to speak Japanese language!
Here is the Japanese language lesson specially for you to learn the name of main cities in Japan. On this video, cities include the cities mentioned before as well as the cities we recommend you to visit when travelling to Japan.
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