Kanji Reading Practice #9

Kanji reading practice with pictures of everyday items.

Kanji Reading Practice #9

This sign is from a recent walk that I took. It is a sign for a local shop. The kanji here are all level 28 and below in WaniKani. See down below the picture for the explanation.



The Kanji Meanings and Readings (this usage):

(しゅう) – discipline; conduct oneself well, study, master

() – reason; logic; arrangement

(はん) – sell; trade

(ばい) – sell

(ばい) –  buy

(しゅ) – take

(かく) – each; every

(しゅ) – kind; class; species

The Words:

バイク – bike (as in motorcycle; motorbike) *Obviously not kanji, but a word nonetheless*

修理 (しゅうり) – repair; servicing; fixing

販売 (はんばい) – selling; sales

買取り (かいとり) – purchase; buying; buy back; buy out  (also 買取、買い取り)

カスタム – custom (again not kanji)

各種 (かくしゅ) – every kind; all kinds

イベント – event

The Meaning:

Since these are single words/vocabulary on the sign, I think you can get the meaning from the section above.