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Learn Fruits in Japanese

果物 (くだもの)
Fruits in Japanese

レモン
(remon)
lemon
りんご
(ringo)
apple
洋梨
ようなし (yōnashi)
pear
ゆず
(yuzu)
yuzu
もも (momo)
peach
メロン
(meron)
melon
みかん
(mikan)
clementine
ぶどう
(budō)
grape
びわ
(biwa)
loquat
バナナ
(banana)
banana
パイナップル
(painappuru)
pineapple
なし (nashi)
Asian pear
すいか
(suika)
watermelon
ざくろ
(zakuro)
pomegranate
さくらんぼ
(sakurabo)
cherry
キウイ
(kiui)
kiwi
かき (kaki)
persimmon
オレンジ
(orenji)
orange
いちご
(ichigo)
strawberry

That was 19 くだもの flashcards!

Listen to the pronunciations in the video. You can also print and make your own Nihongo flashcards for practice. Download the fruit flashcards here.

 

いちご strawberry

オレンジ orange

かき persimmon

キウイ kiwi

さくらんぼ cherry

ザクロ pomegranate

すいか watermelon

なし Asian pear

パイナップル pineapple

バナナ banana

びわ loquat

ぶどう grapes

みかん clementine

メロン melon

もも peach

ゆず yuzu

ようなし pear

りんご apple

レモン lemon

What is the rule for writing in hiragana or katakana?

The standard rule is to write native Japanese words in hiragana and 外来語(がいらいご) (gairaigo), foreign borrowed words, in katakana. However, in biological contexts, fruits, vegetables, plants, and animals are written in katakana. You will often see Japanese fruit and vegetable names written in katakana in supermarkets and farmer’s markets.

Learn vegetables names in Japanese here, and learn how to count fruits and vegetables in Japanese in the video.

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