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What are the 12 months in Japanese?
Days and Months
What are the months of the year in Japanese?
The Months in Japanese
Is June a Japanese name?
Jun (じゅん, ジュン) is a Japanese given name used by either gender….Jun (given name)
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How do you read months in Japanese?
The months in Japanese
- １月 ichi-gatsu: January.
- ２月 ni-gatsu: February.
- ３月 san-gatsu: March.
- ４月 shi-gatsu: April.
- ５月 go-gatsu: May.
- ６月 roku-gatsu: June.
- ７月 shichi-gatsu: July.
- ８月 hachi-gatsu: August.
What year is Heisei 35?
Example: Heisei 40 – > Reiwa (40 – 30 = 10) Reiwa 10
What year is Showa 2?
1926 – 1989 ~ Showa Era
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What does JUN mean in months?
What is Nihongo Friday?
Friday: Kinyôbi (きんようび – 金曜日)
How do you say the months of the year in Japanese?
There is no capitalization in Japanese. Months are basically numbers (1–12) + gatsu, which means, literally, “month” in English. So, to say the months of the year, you generally say the number of the month, followed by gatsu. But, there are exceptions: Pay attention to April, July, and September.
What’s the name of the eighth month in Japan?
This mural on the wall of Shin-Ochanomizu subway station in Tokyo celebrates Hazuki, the eighth month. The modern Japanese names for the months literally translate to “first month”, “second month”, and so on. The corresponding number is combined with the suffix 月 ( -gatsu, “month”).
What are the Japanese words for today and last week?
today. ashita. tomorrow. Week. senshuu. last week. konshuu. this week. raishuu.
Is the Japanese calender the same as the Gregorian calender?
The Ancient Japanese calender is not the same as the modern calender, and is actually lunar based, like many other cultures once had. As such, the words for the months in Ancient Japanese do not correspond to the same months, as the lunar year is separate from the modern Gregorian calender.