Kanji Reading Practice #45 – Park Signs イノシシ注意

Practice reading Japanese Kanji with posts tagged by WaniKani Level in which the kanji appear. The goal is to see kanji that you have learned more often to aid long term memory. You could encounter a sign like this in any Japanese park.

Kanji Reading Practice #45 – Park Signs イノシシ注意

Another sign that you may see an any type of park, or public, place in Japan. You wouldn’t normally see this in any park that is in a city though. This one is going to be near the woods and the mountains. Unless you are in a small city in the countryside that doesn’t have a large population.

Kanji Reading Practice #45 – Park Signs イノシシ注意 has kanji from WaniKani levels 41 and below. See down below the photo for the explanations of the kanji readings and meanings if you don’t already know them. Hopefully you do already know them. This is for practice and an opportunity to see the kanji over and over again for memory.

Kanji Reading Practice #45 – Park Signs イノシシ注意



The Kanji:

願    侵    入    午    後    時    以    降    必    扉


The Kanji Readings (this usage) and Meanings:

願 (ねが) – petition; request

侵 (シン) – invade; encroach; trespass

入 (ニュウ) – enter; insert

午 (ゴ) – noon

後 (ゴ) – behind; back; later

時 (ジ) – time; o’clock; hour

以 (イ) – from; by means of

降 (コウ) – descend; fall

必 (かなら) – certain; inevitable

扉 (とびら) – gate; front door

Not Used:

閉 (し) – closed

The Words:

お願い (おねがい) – request; favor

イノシシ – wild boar

侵入 (しんにゅう) – invade; encroach; trespass

―しますので –

午後 (ごご) – afternoon

5時 (ごじ) – 5 o’clock

以降 (いこう) – on and after; onward

必ず (かならず) – certainly; always; without exception

扉 (とびら) – gate

(*not used 閉めて) しめてください – please close

The Meaning:


Please (Request)


Wild board may enter the area


After 5:00pm


Please be sure to close the door.

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