I roughly picked up the countries where my readers may be from.
Can you find your country described in kanji below?
But don’t worry, you don’t have to memorize them when you learn Japanese, because usually we describe most of them in katakana, excluding China, Taiwan and North/South Korea.
Even us, the native Japanese speakers don’t know exactly which kanji is for which country but I’d say most of us will understand the one kanji character in parentheses. When we express to visit the U.S for example, we understand it as æ¸¡ç±³ (read as “tobei”); the combination of the kanji that means to go and the one kanji letter that stands for the U.S.A.
How about other countries?
I also picked up the countries you may be from, but unfortunately not all these countries have one kanji that represents itself, like above list. Even if it does, it’s not well known, unfortunately. ^ ^;;
I’ll include a little bit of Japanese for the people who learn it. (Don’t worry I will not make a full-Japanese post. Basically every post should be in English and I can give some Japanese at only some limited part.)
“Did you find the kanji for your country?”
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jibun no kuni no kanji wa atta?
èªåã®(jibun no) …yours