Hi, this is Junko!
It rains, rains, and rains… We are having rainy season called TSUYU.
To clear the gloomy mood of rainy days, I made free printable hiragana charts with aesthetic rainy designs!
All the charts are made in A4 PDF files. The format is just the same as the one Japanese kids use for learning Japanese alphabets. I think it’s perfect for Japanese language learning beginners!
Use these charts and make your study time easy and fun!
When it comes to the rainy season, it’s hydrangea! We can see aesthetic hydrangea flowers here and there.
Do you have hydrangea in your country too? I’m not sure but hope the beautiful flowers make you feel happy!
This chart features Japanese traditional patterns and umbrellas. These umbrellas are made of bamboo and paper and called WAGASA.
WA = Japan
GASA = umbrella
One more chart with cute hydrangea flowers. Colorful flowers will make your study time fun!
Cute Little Girl
A chart that describes a cute little girl with a red umbrella and flowers.
Lovely round-head creatures beside the chart title are called TERUTERU BOUZU in Japanese.
TERU = illuminate, shine
BOUZU = a little boy
We make the Teruteru Bouzu with cloth and hang them on a window, wishing for sunny days!
I hope these freebies will be helpful for your Japanese study even a bit.
If you have a request for Japanese learning materials, please let me know. I’ll meet your needs as much as possible!