Jōyō kanji8rd grade kanji13 strokesJLPT N2 kanji


Jōyō kanji
Kanji considered of common use by the Japanese Ministry of Education #joyo
8rd grade kanji
Kanji learned in eight grade (junior high school) #grade-8
13 strokes
Kanji with 13 strokes #strokes-13
JLPT N2 kanji
JLPT N2 kanji: Upper-intermediate Level #jlpt2k


  • On'yomi
  • Kun'yomi
  • Chinese (pinyin)
  • Korean (hangul)
  • Korean (romanized)
  • Vietnamese
  • Kantenji (braille kanji)


Stroke order

Not available for this kanji.

触 stroke 1触 stroke 2触 stroke 3触 stroke 4触 stroke 5触 stroke 6触 stroke 7触 stroke 8触 stroke 9触 stroke 10触 stroke 11触 stroke 12触 stroke 13触 stroke 14
Number of strokes: 13

Components in kanji 触


Popular words containing this kanji

接触 せっしょく
popularJLPT N1noun (generic)adjective (generic)
  • touch, contact
感触 かんしょく
popularJLPT N1noun (generic)
  • feel (i.e. tactile sensation), touch, feeling, sensation, texture (e.g. food, cloth)
触る さわる
popularJLPT N4verb (generic)
  • to touch, to feel

Extended information

  • Frequency 904
  • <p>KANJIDIC Project</p> 1418
    <p>"Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>Andrew Nelson</em> (now published as the "Classic" Nelson)</p> 4305
    <p>"The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>John Haig</em></p> 5547
    <p>"New Japanese-English Character Dictionary", by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 1518
    <p>"Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 1018
    <p>"Remembering The Kanji" by <em>James Heisig</em></p> 1813
    <p>"A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)</p> 1256
    <p>"Japanese Names", by <em>P.G. O'Neill</em></p> 0
    <p>"Essential Kanji" by <em>.GP. O'Neill</em></p> 945
    <p>"Daikanwajiten" by <em>Morohashi</em></p> 35070:10:370
    <p>"A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by <em>Kenneth G. Henshall</em></p> 1428
    <p>"Kanji and Kana" by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em></p> 874
    <p>"Kanji and Kana" by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em> (2011 edition)</p> 894
    <p>Japanese Kanji Flashcards, by <em>Max Hodges</em> and <em>Tomoko Okazaki</em> (Series 1)</p> 893
    <p>Tuttle Kanji Cards, by <em>Alexander Kask</em></p> 1663
    <p>"Kanji in Context" by <em>Nishiguchi</em> and <em>Kono</em></p> 1382
    <p>"Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published by the AJLT. The codes are the <code>volume.chapter</code></p> 0
    <p>The "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide"</p> 1652
    <p>Codes from <em>Yves Maniette</em>'s "Les Kanjis dans la tete" French adaptation of <em>Heisig</em></p> 1830
    <p>"Remembering The Kanji, 6th Ed." by <em>James Heisig</em></p> 1954
    <p>"Kodansha Kanji Dictionary", (2nd Ed. of the NJECD) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 1914
    <p>"Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha), 2nd edition (2013) by <em>Jack Halpern</em></p> 1376
  • <p><em>Halpern</em>'s SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns) code</p> 1-7-6
    <p>The descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle1996) by <em>Spahn</em> and <em>Hadamitzky</em></p> 6d7.10
    <p>The "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code invented by <em>Wang Chen</em> in 1928</p> 2523.6
    <p>The codes developed by the late <em>Father Joseph De Roo</em>, and published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bonjinsha)</p> 2571
  • <p>JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding <code>nn-nn</code></p> 1-31-8
    <p>Decimal representation of the UTF16 character</p> 35302