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Meaning of 菓

candy; cakes; fruit





Learn Japanese kanji: 【 カ 】.

Meaning: candy; cakes; fruit.

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Example #1

ano mise wa kashi o utte iru.
That store sells sweets.
Example #2

kodomo wa ippan niwa kashi ga suki da.
Children generally like sweets.
Example #3

toukyou de okashiya o itonande iru.
He runs a candy store in Tokyo.
Example #4

wagashi wa yougashi yori karorii ga hikui.
Japanese sweets have fewer calories than Western sweets.
Example #5

watashi wa wagashi o tsukutte mitai to omoimasu.
I would like to try making Japanese sweets.

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