Moon view from earth In Belgium (Hamois).Image via Wikipedia
Getting ready for their night on the star lit town somewhere out there: 月 土 名

カ月
ケ月
ヵ月
ヶ月
一月
九月

月見
月日
五月
三月
三日月
四月
七月
十一月
十月
十二月

土人
土木
二月
八月
六月
人名

名月
名人

The moon is out on Monday and Saturday with a name of Luna.

Welcome weary blog reader! Welcome to my tenth post. It's the statistical look at all things daily and kanji 大当たり (bonanza)!

So what are the numbers telling us? Wonderful, awe inspiring, week knee inducing, heart stopping numbers! A blazingly fast search through the edict file shows that there are 22636 priority words. Taking a quick look at the jōyō kanji, we see that it has a total of 2131 (if you go by the proposed revision) kanji. But what does all this mean! To get to the point, it means on average there would be ten words per kanji and multiplying it out would land us with thirty words per post. Not to terribly shabby.

So where are we currently? 30 kanji have fallen to the power of our minds as well as 206 words! We seem to be hitting under the average for words/kanji ratio but that's okay. We'll get there.


Where's the rest of these daily kanji posts?  Click here.
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