The Japanese plant rice every year.
Take a closer look. Do you see somebody sitting that has been waiting for a long time? Can you see it?
A child as young and green as a new season's rice plants.
The heat of the sun is killing us. That's why we decided to sit against a tree and relax.
Rice stalks are creating the fiery colors of autumn.
Cherry Blossoms trees start to blossom at the beginning of the spring when the days become longer and warmer.
Please permit me to speak at noon.
Winter snow and ice impede my progress.
A boat is tossed left and right by the wind.
Lightning flashes and thunder echoes in the rice fields near Kyoto.
An electrical field travels down the wire. Be careful that it doesn't hit you. It's going to be painfull.
It's as clear as a day with two suns.
Lucky for you, this kanji means exactly the same as the radical that belongs to it. This makes it quite easy to remember this kanj ...
What do this Radical looks like? Nothing much right. What if we turn it around, I bet you will see it. It has become a seven! When ...
This is a chair with an eating platform, you can only sit until you are FIVE. This is a children chair that most people use with s ...
Image a cross that you see at the church. This kanji means ten, but the radicals have two meanings. Ten and Cross.
We have eight cups that all need to have a cover. The best way to do that is by using this EIGHT and put it on all the cups.
Image a car that has two wheels in the front and two wheels in the back.
This kanji literally looks like an ear. This is also the easiest way to remember this kanji.
The easiest way to remember this kanji is when you look at the outer lines. This kanji has four outer lines. This makes the meanin ...
It is raining from the clouds.
Imagine the handle of a sword, this is the easiest way to remember this kanji.
Did you know that stars are born from the sun?
Every drop of water ends up in the sea.