Yeah, my favourite has to be 茶. Yeah there’s nothing more so far, hmmm maybe 東 also… What’s your favourite kanji?
I am reserving this spot for @plantron san.
We await your legendary answer
Plantron’s answer here
Note: Made it a Wiki, Plantron san. This is all yours now.
My personal answer is
無 - Mu - nothing; naught; nought; nil; zero
Adding “Mu” in front of most words can make it perfectly awesome or perfectly useless Talk about flexibility
Of all the “Mu” words, my favorite is 無限 - Mugen - Limitless, Infinite
Sounds Pretty Darn Awesome
Note: Love your name @TheSokka (I am being Captain Obvious here )
I wish that one meant cow, because it really looks like a cow, and says “mu”
I love cows and moo sounds. But the Cow radical has been one of my personal banes along with fault and arrow
画 is my favorite kanji so far. It means picture, and it’s the same “ga” as in 漫画 (manga), 作画 (sakuga), 原画 (genga), and 動画 (douga). You get the gist.
Now to remember the stroke order ༼ᕗຈل͜ຈ༽ᕗ
夢 承 興
Because they look cool
I just think it’s pretty, and I like how it looks like a window with raindrops!
Though a Japanese person would likely be a little confused by this, because they say that cows go モーモー. Just one of the differences in their animal sound ideas.
串 -くし - skewer - it looks like yakitori!
屁 - おなら - fart - It is made of the ‘compare’ and ‘corpse’ radicals, but it looks like two little dudes walking along and then the back guy lets one rip and the little stink cloud floats up and over so front guy can smell it.
What have you done!!!
Now he comes…
魚 because fish be blobbing.
吸 血 鬼
but like all together
mine is 夜
because it is the first kanji of my favorite song.
this should be the official mnemonic if they ever add it to wanikani
Mines is 藤 it means wisteria.
P.s: sorry didn’t mean to reply lol
Well if you hang out in the POLL thread, there’s more where that came from. It’s only a matter of time. Unfortunately, The World doesn’t speed things up.
吸 would be my favourite it’s fun to write with all the swoops
When I was a teenager, I made an enamel pendant for a friend of mine. She was learning JP at school, so I choose white background and red kanji representing her name.
She loved my present, guarded it jealously over years. I saw her every day at school, there was not a single day she was not wearing it. Even now, over ten years later she still hat this pendant (the enamel is cracked at some places, so wearing it any more could damage it).
So yeah, I think due to my personal connection my favorite kanji is 花