This kanji has a kunyoumi or japanese reading of: もも, and it has onyoumi or chinese readings of: ヒャク、or ビャク. This character has the meaning: hundred. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: kanji 一, followed by white 白. You can remember this kanji by the following hint: One 一 bite of cooked rice 白 (which is “white”) contains 100 grains. Our example sentence is: 3百円です。3びゃくえんです。It is 300 yen.

Grade Kun On Meaning Strokes Example Sentence
JLPT N5 もも ヒャク、ビャク hundred 6



It is 300 yen.