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Kanji: 木 ki tree

This is a tree with two low hanging branches.

JLPT N5: 25 / 100 | 4 Strokes

On: モク; ボク

Kun: き

Meaning: tree

Start with the horizontal line, then vertical, the left and right slanted strokes are last.

Stroke Order:

Examples:

木登り ki nobori – tree climbing

松の木 matsu no ki – pine tree

木曜日 moku you bi – Thursday

Example Sentence:

公園に松ノ木があります。
kouen ni matsu no ki ga arimasu.
There is a pine tree at the park.

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