I like 土 for the on’yomi reading; I remember it by saying “dirt” stupidly by pronouncing it as “dort”
I don’t, personally.
Here are a few of my favs 花 雪 降 前 習 音 空 羽
My favourite is 回, minimalistic, elegant
my favorite is 陽, I think is super beautiful and nice to write, it even has a cheerful meaning to it, besides, when put together with 陽気 it sounds super cute.
I like kanjis with a happy meaning.
I just like compactness and ridiculous amounts of straight lines. So far, I like a lot of kanji utilizing 雨 and 言. 電 雲 雪 語 記。(Hehe. It kind of gets difficult to see them in this text.) I also really like my name in katakana. ニコラス
Compactness you say?
Let me help with that.
Because the mnemonic I made for it is a shellfish on the beach flying a kite. So, whenever I see it now, I think of a little clam chilling on the beach with a kite string hanging out of it flying a giant kite.
because it was the first kanji i learned, to paint on the bottom panel of this kite i built for the Cherry Blossom Festival in DC:
This is very well done!
How about 永 ? It’s one of my favorites, it looks so elegant too.
I love 響 too because it’s kind of crazy and difficult to write, so I practiced it a lot. It doesn’t look so elegant though