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The Year

The Seasons and Month names in Japanese. Mouseover to see the reading.

Seasons

    Spring
    Summer
    Fall
    Winter

Months

Japanese actually stopped using names for the months long ago. Now they use a simple format, the number of the month plus , to formulate the months. For example, August is 八月 (8 + がつ).

    一月 January
    二月 February
    三月 March
    四月 April
    五月 May
    六月 June
    七月 July
    八月 August
    九月 September
    十月 October
    十一月 November
    十二月 December

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