Mouth, sun, moon and eyes in kanji

learn the traits of mouth, sun, moon and eyes in kanji!

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Mouth, sun, moon and eyes in kanji

Today we are going to learn the kanji for mouth, sun, moon, eyes and rice field.

Meaning: Mouth, input, output, express, month
How to learn: learned this kanji associating he with the image of a mouth open.
Reading: .
stroke order:

kanji 口 stroke order
kanji stroke order

Meaning: Sun, day, Japan, Sunday
How to learn: Just imagine that this kanji is a smiling square sun.
Reading: び、か
stroke order:

kanji 日 stroke order
kanji 日 stroke order

Meaning: Moon, Monday, Month
How to learn: imagine just one stairs which leads to the moon. The problem is that she doesn't have the first step.
Reading: ガツ、つき
stroke order:

kanji 月 stroke order
kanji 月 stroke order

Meaning: rice field
How to learn: Really looks like a planting field of rice.
Reading: た
stroke order:

kanji 田 stroke order
kanji 田 stroke order

Meaning: Eyes (Ordinal)
How to learn: When lying down looks like a glasses square for those who have eyes and nose square.
Reading: め
stroke order:

kanji 目 stroke order
kanji 目 stroke order

The exercise of the article

Below is the link to download from the file in PDF with the exercise to practice of writing of kanji.

The exercise is similar to those of calligraphy. Just print and cover the gray symbols. Just print and practice!

To view the file it is necessary to have the Adobe Reader.

Click here to download the Japanese calligraphy exercise.

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