Hi, this is Junko!
Today I updated 5 free printable hiragana charts with aesthetic Japanese flower designs.
They are perfect for your Japanese language learning. All the files are in PDF format and printable in A4 size. Let’s check them right now and make your study time more fun!
SAKURA – Cute Cherry Blossom
When it comes to Japanese flowers, we can’t miss cherry blossoms! This hiragana chart is filled with cherry blossom flowers and makes you get going!
FUJI – Elegant Wisteria
A hiragana chart with elegant wisteria design. Wisteria has been loved by Japanese noble people and sometimes it symbolized a beautiful woman.
Some of you may remember the wisteria trellis in Demon Slayer anime!
BOTAN – Classical Peony
A hiragana chart with splendid peony flowers.
Peony says BOTAN in Japan. The Botan flowers have been loved by Japanese artists in old times and frequently used for kimono and pottery designs.
ASAGAO – Refreshing Morning Glory
This chart is decorated with colorful morning glory flowers.
Morning glory is called ASAGAO in Japanese. ASA means “morning” and GAO does “face”.
Japanese kids are usually given homework to grow morning glory during their summer vacations. So its flower reminds me of the bright summer days when I was little!
TSUBAKI – Dignified Red Camellia
The last one is the chart with red camellia design!
Camellia says TSUBAKI in Japanese and it gives dignified and beautiful impressions. The red camellia flowers in winter snow are outstanding.
I hope these aesthetic flowers help you enjoy your Japanese language learning.
And if you have any requests for printable Japanese materials, please let me know. I’ll meet your needs as much as possible!