The first Chinese Character Museum in Japan can provide a more comprehensive understanding of the origin of Chinese characters in Japanese. The museum contains 808 commonly used Chinese characters from China, Japan and Korea. In addition to the touch screen, visitors can learn the history and knowledge of Chinese characters through novel exhibitions such as revolving sushi. They can also participate in four-character idiom exercises or express Chinese characters with their limbs. There are also film, television and in-kind exhibitions of the sacrificial activities of the shrine at the entrance.
Although Chinese characters account for a large proportion of Japanese, it is surprising to see the Chinese Character Museum here.
In Japan, a lot of characters seem to be derived from Chinese characters, so it's interesting to have a close look at them.
Passing by, but not into a museum. It's next to the Bakan Shrine.
Some people are not very many, interested friends can go to see.
The Japanese Character Museum is located in the vicinity of Zouyuan, the most famous geisha District in Kyoto City. It is established by the Japanese Character Ability Verification Association. You can feel the infinite charm of Chinese characters in all kinds of interesting and even-quot; mysterious-quot; experiences.
Japan really can't forget Chinese characters. Museum environment is good.
When I looked at the Kanji 50000 character tower which is the highlight of the Museum of Kyoto, I learned that there were many kanji in the world. And I thought that I didn't know most of them (=) I would like to experience stamping on each table. Then, my name was written in manyogana, and I understood what kind of kanji I felt. One of the world ' ' ' experience sheets ' ' s
Chinese characters in Japanese have to be said to inherit from one culture to another.