Let’s learn KATAKANA with illustrations of foods or kitchenware!
Part 2 – from “タ” to “ホ”
A PICTURE BOOK OF KATAKANA FROM “タ” TO “ホ”
Takoyaki (タコヤキ) means “octopus dumplings”
Chiizu (チーズ) is “cheese”
Tsuna (ツナ) is “tuna”
Teeburu (テーブル) is “table”
Ninjin (ニンジン) means “carrot”
Nuudoru (ヌードル) is “noodle”
Negi (ネギ) means Japanese leek
Norimaki (ノリマキ) is vinegared rice rolled in dried laver
Hamu (ハム) is “ham”
Hirame (ヒラメ) means “flounder”
Furaido-poteto (フライドポテト) is “fried potato”
Hechima (ヘチマ) means “sponge cucumber”
Hotto-keeki (ホットケーキ) is “hot cake”, it means “pancake” in Japan.
ABOUT THIS PICTURE BOOK
This picture book was made by Chibiko. You can free download the PDF files in only personal use.
At first, I made this book by using Japanese free stock illustrations : ac-illust.com but now, I drew illustrations by myself.
*ac-illust.com is now global free stock website! You can download high quality vector illustrations!
*When you access this URL in Japan, you cannot view the contents. Only Japanese site is available in Japan for now.
This picture book is :
- Free download
- Only personal use
- Redistribution prohibited
- Copyright 2018 AKAEHO.