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Counting/Months/Days

Counting, months and days in Japanese.

Counting in Japanese very much resembles counting in english as you can see, for ex. (222) two-hundred-twenty-two, becomes ni-hyaku-ni-juu-ni.
Japanese Characters = Kana/Kanji. I.e. the last character is the Kanji.
いち/一 = Ichi = 1
に/二 = Ni = 2
さん/三 = San = 3
よん/四 = Shi/Yon = 4
ご/五 = Go = 5
ろく/六 = Roku = 6
しち/なな/七 = Shichi/Nana = 7
はち/八 = Hachi = 8
く/きゅう/九 = Ku/Kyuu = 9
じゅう/十 = Juu = 10
十一 = Juu-ichi = 11
十五 = Juu-go = 15
二十 = Ni-juu = 20
二十五 = Ni-juu-go = 25
三十 = San-juu = 30
ひゃく/百 = Hyaku = 100
百十一 = Hyaku-juu-ichi = 111
二百二十二 = Ni-hyaku-ni-juu-ni = 222
せん/千 = Sen = 1000
四千四百四十四 = Yon-sen-yon-hyaku-yon-juu-yon = 4444
 
Japanese is one of the easiest languages to tell months. If you can count to 12 in Japanese, you can also tell every month of the year. Take a look.
げつよび/月曜日 = Getsu-youbi = Monday
かようび/火曜日 = Ka-youbi = Tuesday
すいようび/水曜日 = Sui-youbi = Wednesday
もくようび/木曜日 = Moku-youbi = Thursday
きんようび/金曜日 = Kin-youbi = Friday
どようび/土曜日 = Do-youbi = Saturday
にちようび/日曜日 = Nichi-youbi = Sunday
いちがつ/一月 = Ichi-gatsu = January
にがつ/二月 = Ni-gatsu = February
さんがつ/三月 = San-gatsu = Mars
しがつ/四月 = Shi-gatsu = April
ごがつ/五月 = Go-gatsu = May
ろくがつ/六月 = Roku-gatsu = June
しちがつ/七月 = Shichi-gatsu = July
はちがつ/八月 = Hachi-gatsu = August
くがつ/九月 = Ku-gatsu = September
じゅうがつ/十月 = Juu-gatsu = October
じゅういちがつ/十一月 = Juu-ichi-gatsu = November
じゅうにがつ/十二月 = Juu-ni-gatsu = December


Updated 2009-01-07 22:17:43