How to Count Everyday Objects in Japanese — 日用品の数え方
Japanese nouns don’t have a plural form. Instead, a counter called 助数詞 (じょすうし) follows the noun when specifying a number or amount.
Once you learn the counters, you’ll see a pattern as some counters cover a range of items that are similar in shape and form.
Learn how to count clothing, paper, books, e-mail, vitamins, home appliances, and more, up to ten in Japanese. Below are the counters introduced in the video: