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菓 means 'candy'

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Strokes : 11    Frequency: 1676   JLPT: N2    Usefulness: 4    Study set: 4-20    Grade: 8   Intermediate lesson: 54    Beginner lesson: -   Begins 11 words   Used in 58 words   Used in 42 names   Not used as a component
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Japan produces desserts from the world over, but its traditional confections offer the most surprises. Find out how a Japanese "sweet" may not be sweet at all and how even a fried vegetable could qualify! Also learn about the connection between 菓 and the tea ceremony, a recurring confection fair in Japan, gift cakes and gift horses, and what gods in Japan like to eat and drink.
⿱   () grass   result; fruit; bear fruit  
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In the most useful 10,000 words in Japanese, 菓 is used 3 times, read 1 way.
Across all words in Japanese, 菓 is used 54 times, read 1 way (with 1 variation).
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カ (read as が) : 29 words FIND ALL
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noun
wagashi; traditional Japanese confectionery
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カ : 25 words FIND ALL
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noun
confections; sweets; candy
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カ    candy   
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カ    result   はたす to carry out   は end, extremity   はてる to come to an end   
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デン   た rice field   
モク   ボク   き    こ- tree   
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ダイ   タイ   おおきい big   おおいに very much   おお-    
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
ジン   ニン   ひと person   
stick   
grass   
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