Learning HIRAGANA with cute illustrations!
Part 3 – from “ま” to “ん”
A PICTURE BOOK OF HIRAGANA FROM “ま” TO “ん”
Mame (まめ) means “bean”
Mikan (みかん) means “mandarin orange (satsuma)”
Mugicha (むぎちゃ) means “barley tea”
Me (め) means “eye(s)”
Momo (もも) means “peach”
Yakan (やかん) means “kettle”
Yubi (ゆび) means “finger(s)”
Youkan (ようかん) is Japanese sweet bean (azuki) past jelly
Rakkyou (らっきょう) means “pickled scallion”
Zaru (ざる) means “sieve”
Reizouko (れいぞうこ) means “fridge”
Rousoku (ろうそく) means “candle”
Wa–wo nageru* (わ をなげる) means “play quoits”
*Usually, we simply say “wa-na-ge”(わなげ）
Hon (ほん) means “book”
ABOUT THIS PICTURE BOOK
This picture book was made by Chibiko. You can free download the PDF files in only personal use.
I collected the words familiar for children. (Maybe some words are not so, though…)
I hope this picture book will help children and Japanese learner!
This picture book is :
- Free download
- Only personal use
- Redistribution prohibited
- Copyright 2018 AKAEHO.