Random Kanji Knowledge: Tora

Random Kanji Knowledge: Kanji is a complicated means of conveying language. With literally thousands of symbols that have different readings depending on context, the layers of complexity can prove overwhelming. However, beyond the squiggly lines lies sophistication to those patient and diligent enough to learn. Kanji is really cool in this regard.

Today’s kanji is 虎, which is pronounced tora (toe-rah.) It is the kanji for tiger, as in the largest cat in the world. 

The stroke order.

Chinese stroke order for 虎
Tigers are pretty cool cats (but not as cool as cougars in my book.) Considered powerful, beautiful and a whole lot more, what isn’t there to love when it comes to tigers? 

These cats totally earn their stripes and them some.

RAWR!!! 🙂

“Get good. Be better.” – Nhan Fiction


One thought on “Random Kanji Knowledge: Tora

  1. massaru yamamoto February 23, 2016 / 4:48 am

    massaru (name)


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