N3 Kanji Course

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N3 Kanji Course

Meaning

In Japanese,丁 means “cake of tofu”.

How to read it:

Kunyomi:Not often used
Onyomi:ちょう

How to write it:

How to use it:

Onyomi:
豆腐一丁(とうふいっちょう):one cake of tofu

Origin:

The original meaning of 丁 is “nail”.
Now丁 has nothing to do with nail, and people use another kanji, which is 釘(くぎ), to represent nail.
You can remember this kanji by “I put a nail on one cake of tofu.”

Development:

As you know the origin of this kanji,now you can remember it easier.
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