“Sensu” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Folding fan

I wrote “Sensu“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Folding fan”. “Sen” means Fan “Su” is suffix in this case. In this summer, Japan must save electricity. This is because electricity shortage is concerned about under the influence of a nuclear plant accident. An electric fan is in condition to be sold out. So, I use “Sensu” and …

“Tanabata” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Star Festival

I wrote “Tanabata”. It’s written in Japanese kanji for “Star Festival”. “Shichi” means Seven “Yuu” means Evening It’s special kanji readings. Because old Japanese set up a shelf  (tana) to use for Bon festival on the evening of July 7, it seem to have been called “Tanabata” and have been written “Shichi” and “Yuu”. “Tanabata” is the day …

“Kougyoku” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Ruby

I wrote “Kougyoku“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Ruby”. It’s one of the birthstones of July. “Kou” means Crimson “Gyoku” means Jewel As for the stone words, Ardor, Passion, Innocent love. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Yuri” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for Lily

I wrote “Yuri“. It means Lily in English. “Hyaku” means Hundred “Gou” means Fit, Suit or Join It’s special kanji readings. Yuri is one of the July birth flowers. Flower language, “Majesty”, “purity”, “innocence”, and so on. Japanese comics and novels have the genre called “Yuri”. This genre is writing a thing about the love between women. What is your favorite flower? …

“Hasu” – Japanese Kanji Symbol for Lotus

I wrote “Hasu“. It means Lotus in English. “Hasu” means Lotus Hasu is one of the July birth flowers. Flower language, “Eloquence”. We eat lotus root. Crunchy is very good. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.

“Fumiduki” – Japanese Kanji Symbols for July

I wrote “Fumiduki”. It means “July” in English. Also it is pronounced “Fuduki”. “Fumi” means Letter, Writings or Sentence “Tsuki” means Month There is the Star Festival on July 7, and, in the school, summer vacation begins in late July. What is your favorite word about season? I’m waiting for a request.

“Ajisai” – Japanese Kanji for Hydrangea

I wrote “Ajisai“. It means Hydrangea in English. “Murasaki” means Purple or Violet “You” means the Positive “Hana” means a Flower It’s special kanji readings. Ajisai is one of the June birth flowers. We can see Ajisai in the garden, park, and roadside in Japan during the rainy season frequently. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.

“Geshi” – Japanese Kanji for Summer Solstice

I wrote “Geshi“. It means “Summer Solstice” in English. “Ge” means Summer “Shi” means Climax, Arrive, Proceed, and so on. June 22 is summer solstice in Japan. It is the rainy season, so we do not feel that summer solstice is the longest day is real. What is your favorite word about summer? Please let me know your favorite words.

“Shinju” – Japanese Kanji for Pearl

I wrote “Shinju“. It’s Japanese kanji symbols for “Pearl”. It’s one of the birthstones of June. “Shin” means True , Real or Pure “Ju” means Pearl, Gem or Jewel As for the stone words, Health, Wealth, Longevity, Purity. What jewel Do you like? Please let me know your favorite words about a jewel.

“Bara” – Japanese Kanji for Rose

I wrote “Bara“. It means Rose in English. “Ba” means Persicaria hydropiper “Ra” means Flowering fern The rose have many flower language. Example, “Love”, “Beauty”, “Pride”, and so on. What is your favorite flower? Please let me know your favorite flower.