This kanji has kunyoumi or Japanese readings of: よ、よっ or よん, and it has an onyoumi or Chinese reading of: シ. This character has the meaning: four. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: the enclosure radical、or territorial boundaries (くにがまえ) on the outside, and the human legs radical (ひとあし) on the inside. You can remember this kanji by thinking of it as mouth on the outside, and divide on the inside, meaning dispersal of breath, which one must do the say “four”. Our example sentence is: にほんにはしきがあります。We have four seasons in Japan.
We have four seasons in Japan.