How to use Japanese Counters
There are 2 ways to look things up. One of these is to enter the name of the thing you want to count into the search box.
Do you know the correct counter? If you enter the word in hiragana it works too.
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You can also look words up from a hiragana list. The 3rd website we'll introduce lets you look up various counters via categories.
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The display language is Japanese only. There are lots of different ways to count things, aren't there! Actually, on the 2nd and 3rd websites we introduced here you'll find plenty of counters that even Japanese people don't know. However, it's interesting to consider why each way of counting was chosen in the first place. Click on the arrows to change the translation direction. Follow us.
Tables for Japanese Numbers
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Japanese Counter Words: A Complete Guide to Counting in Japanese
A warning to new learners: If you stay here long enough, you will probably also start speaking this way. Speaking of numbers, one of the delights of the Japanese language is the word play that goes on with numerics.
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Many people are familiar with these words without ever having set foot in Japan. In general, when the suffix ban is attached to numbers, it tends to be used for hierarchies. Click to enlarge.