階 – Story, Stair, Counter For Stories

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階 Basics

This is a jōyō kanji (常用漢字) and is taught in the 3rd grade, is in N2 of the JLPT, and is the 513th out of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers.

階 consists of twelve (12) strokes. It is made up of the radical(s) . It also consists of the kanji part(s) , , .

階 Meanings

階 Pronunciations

Onyomi (音読み) Reading(s):

Kunyomi (訓読み) Reading(s):

階 Alternatives

Example Usage Of 階

ここには 階段かいだんが い。

There are no stairs here. Dragon Quest Part 3 (ドラゴンクエスト)

Vocab Using 階

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