福島

Anyhoo…..I read in the paper today that school trips to the once lovely and pristine prefecture of Fukushima have dropped to 1/3 of their pre-earthquake amount.

And we all know nobody wants to actually eat Fukushima food. (Except a few politicians trying to convince people it is okay.)

So. Here is a handy dandy learning tool to study the kanji of prefectures, so one can stay as far away from the Tohoku region as one wishes. In fact, the flashcards go from north to south so anything at the end of the flashcards should be okay.;-)

Flashcards for prefectures’ kanji:

http://www.cram.com/flashcards/japans-47-prefectures-2736391

I was pretty good at the beginning (my area) but started zoning out towards the end. 長崎 I think 鹿児島 or 籠島? Hmmmmmmm…….

 

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福島八百屋 My local Fukushima fruit and vegetable shop:

Nutritious healthy food or dangerous radioactive killer?