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Hiragana Flashcards

ひらがな

Hiragana is the foundation, the basic. It is primarily used for native Japanese words.

Learn hiragana with food vocabulary!

あ (a)

sweet red bean bun

あんぱん (anpan)

い (i)

grilled squid

いかやき (ikayaki)

う (u)

sour plum

うめぼし (umeboshi)

え (e)

young soybean

えだまめ (edamame)

お (o)

Japanese savory pancake

おこのみやき (okonomiyaki)

か (ka)

shaved ice

かきごおり (kakigōri)

き (ki)

cucumber

きゅうり (kyūri)

く (ku)

chestnut

くり (kuri)

け (ke)

hairy crab

けがに (kegani)

こ (ko)

yam cake

こんにゃく (konnyaku)

さ (sa)

cherry

さくらんぼ (sakuranbo)

し (shi)

shiitake mushroom

しいたけ (shiitake)

す (su)

sweet and sour pork

すぶた (subuta)

せ (se)

rice cracker

せいべい (senbei)

そ (so)

buckwheat noodles

そば (soba)

た (ta)

octopus balls

たこやき (takoyaki)

ち (chi)

bok choy

ちんげんさい (chingensai)

つ (tsu)

pickles

つけもの (tsukemono)

て (te)

chicken wings

てばさき (tebasaki)

と (to)

pork cutlet

とんかつ (tonkatsu)

な (na)

eggplant

なす (nasu)

に (ni)

sake

にほんしゅ (nihonshu)

ぬ (nu)

rice bran pickles

ぬかづけ (nukazuke)

ね (ne)

chicken and leek skewer

ねぎま (negima)

の (no)

dried seaweed

のり (nori)



は (ha)

spring roll

はるまき (harumaki)

ひ (hi)

cold ramen

ひやしちゅうか (hiyashichūka)

ふ (fu)

rice seasoning

ふりかけ (furikake)

へ (he)

sponge gourd

へちま (hechima)

ほ (ho)

scallop

ほたて (hotate)

ま (ma)

hen-of-the-wood

まいたけ (maitake)

み (mi)

clementine

みかん (mikan)

む (mu)

steamed cake

むしぱん (mushipan)

め (me)

sunny side up

めだまやき (medamayaki)

も (mo)

rice cake

もち (mochi)

や (ya)

baked sweet potato

やきいも (yakiimo)

ゆ (yu)

yuzu

ゆず (yuzu)

よ (yo)

thick red bean jelly

ようかん (yōkan)

ら (ra)

pickled Japanese shallot

らっきょう (rakkyou)

り (ri)

green tea

りょくちゃ (ryokucha)

る (ru)

miso soup

みそしる (misoshiru)

れ (re)

lotus root

れんこん (renkon)

ろ (ro)

fatty tuna

とろ (toro)

わ (wa)

wasabi

わさび (wasabi)

を (wo)

eat rice

ごはんをたべる

ん (n)

udon

うどん (udon)

That was 46 hiragana flashcards.

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