Kyōiku kanjiJōyō kanji1st grade kanji5 strokesJLPT N5 kanji

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Kyōiku kanji
Kanji that Japanese students should learn in elementary school #kyoiku
Jōyō kanji
Kanji considered of common use by the Japanese Ministry of Education #joyo
1st grade kanji
Kanji learned in first grade (elementary school) #grade-1
5 strokes
Kanji with 5 strokes #strokes-5
JLPT N5 kanji
JLPT N5 kanji: Basic Level #jlpt5k

Reading

  • On'yomi
  • Kun'yomi
    よ.つよっ.つよん
  • Nanori
    よつ
  • Chinese (pinyin)
    si4
  • Korean (hangul)
  • Korean (romanized)
    sa
  • Vietnamese
    Tứ
  • Kantenji (braille kanji)
    ⢡⠺

Meaning

Stroke order

Not available for this kanji.

四 stroke 1四 stroke 2四 stroke 3四 stroke 4四 stroke 5四 stroke 6
Number of strokes: 5

Components in kanji 四

Similar kanji

Popular words containing this kanji

popularJLPT N5
  • four
四つ よっつ
popularJLPT N5noun (generic)
  • four
四季 しき
popularJLPT N2noun (generic)
  • the four seasons
四角い しかくい
popularJLPT N2adjective (generic)
  • square, rectangular
四角 しかく
popularJLPT N2adjective (generic)noun (generic)
  • quadrilateral, square
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Extended information

  • Frequency 47
  • <p>KANJIDIC Project</p> 1079
    <p>"Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>Andrew Nelson</em> (now published as the "Classic" Nelson)</p> 1025
    <p>"The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>John Haig</em></p> 938
    <p>"New Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 3044
    <p>"Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 1928
    <p>"Remembering The Kanji" by <em>James Heisig</em></p> 4
    <p>"A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)</p> 18
    <p>"Japanese Names", by <em>P.G. O'Neill</em></p> 188
    <p>"Essential Kanji" by <em>.GP. O'Neill</em></p> 6
    <p>"Daikanwajiten" by <em>Morohashi</em></p> 4682:3:2
    <p>"A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by <em>Kenneth G. Henshall</em></p> 26
    <p>"Kanji and Kana" by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em></p> 6
    <p>"Kanji and Kana" by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em> (2011 edition)</p> 6
    <p>"A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" by <em>Florence Sakade</em></p> 4
    <p>Japanese Kanji Flashcards, by <em>Max Hodges</em> and <em>Tomoko Okazaki</em> (Series 1)</p> 35
    <p>"A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" 3rd edition, by <em>Henshall</em>, <em>Seeley</em> and <em>De Groot</em></p> 4
    <p>Tuttle Kanji Cards, by <em>Alexander Kask</em></p> 37
    <p>"The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power" by <em>Dale Crowley</em></p> 114
    <p>"Kanji in Context" by <em>Nishiguchi</em> and <em>Kono</em></p> 4
    <p>"Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published by the AJLT. The codes are the <code>volume.chapter</code></p> 1.A
    <p>The "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide"</p> 335
    <p>Codes from <em>Yves Maniette</em>'s "Les Kanjis dans la tete" French adaptation of <em>Heisig</em></p> 4
    <p>"Remembering The Kanji, 6th Ed." by <em>James Heisig</em></p> 4
    <p>"Kodansha Kanji Dictionary", (2nd Ed. of the NJECD) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 3778
    <p>"Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha), 2nd edition (2013) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 2620
  • <p><em>Halpern</em>'s SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns) code</p> 3-3-2
    <p>The descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle1996) by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em></p> 3s2.2
    <p>The "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code invented by <em>Wang Chen</em> in 1928</p> 6021.0
    <p>The codes developed by the late <em>Father Joseph De Roo</em>, and published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bonjinsha)</p> 3675
  • <p>JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding <code>nn-nn</code></p> 1-27-45
    <p>Decimal representation of the UTF16 character</p> 22235