This kanji has kunyoumi or japanese readings of: く、きた、き、or こ, and it has onyoumi or chinese readings of: ライ、or タイ. This character has the meanings: come, due, next, cause, or become. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: kanji 一, two ten or dots, followed by tree 木. You can remember this kanji by the following hint: Fresh leaves coming forth from a tree’s 木 branches. Our example sentence is: 3年前に東京へ来ました。3ねんまえにとうきょうへきました。I came to Tokyo three years ago.

Grade Kun On Meaning Strokes Example Sentence
JLPT N5 く、きた、き、こ ライ、タイ come, due, next, cause, become 7



I came to Tokyo three years ago.