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These are the Japanese numbers you'll use most often, and they combine with counters for counting objects. Once you memorize these 10, counting to is easy! You'll notice that three numbers have two different readings: 4, 7, and 9
Today, the numbers for one, two, three, and ten are written only in their formal form in legal documents (the numbers 4 to 9 as well as , and are written identically to the common ones, cf. table below). These numbers' common
Things are counted without need of the zero due to the use of their words for factors of 1 一：いち：ichi. 2 二：に：ni. 3 三：さん：san. 4 四：よん／し：yon/shi. 5 五：ご：go. 6 六：ろく：roku. 7 七：なな／しち：nana/
日本語[Japanese], 読み[Reading], 数字[number]. 0 （ゼロ／零）, zero, 0. 1 （一）, ichi, 1. 2 （二）, ni, 2. 3 （三）, san, 3. 4 （四）, yon, 4. 5 （五）, go, 5. 6 （六）, roku, 6. 7 （七）, nana, 7. 8 （八）, hachi, 8. 9 （九）, kyū, 9
一兆 いっちょう icchou So, as you can see, the numbers 3 and 4 continue to stack themselves all the way up past a trillion! The days of the month in Japanese are: 1st — ついたち tsuitachi.The Japanese Number System: The Most Common Japanese Number Counters So we talked about them a bit earlier, but… What are counters?