Ten 十

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Kanji: 十
Hiragana: じゅう、じっ、とう、と
Pronunciation: Ju, Juu, Toh, Tou, To
Meaning: Ten

Compounds:
十日 (toka, tohka, touka) ten days; tenth day of the month

十和田湖 (towadako) Lake Towada
Lake Towada is a beautiful lake located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, and is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Japan. Located on a plateau at an elevation of approximately 700 meters above sea level, it is surrounded by beautiful mountains. The lake’s water is clear and transparent, and the scenery changes from season to season.

The lake is characterized by about 50 islands of various sizes scattered throughout. The “island opposite shore,” located in the center of the lake, is particularly famous for its beautiful cherry blossoms in the spring and the autumn leaves on the lake in the fall. In addition, the lakeside is covered with lush greenery and beautiful flowers, soothing visitors with the beauty of nature.

There are also many sightseeing spots around the lake, and the lakeside hot springs and walking trails are popular. In summer, boating and canoeing can be enjoyed, and in winter, the fantastic “Shirakami Ice Falls” can be seen when the lake freezes over.

Lake Towada is a place of natural abundance and beauty, and its seasonal scenery attracts visitors from all over the country. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Japan and well worth a visit for nature lovers and tourists alike.

十日町 (tokamachi, tohkamachi, toukamachi) (tokamachi, tohkamachi, toukamachi)
The name derives from the fact that a market was held on the tenth day of every month. The town is located in Niigata Prefecture, Japan, and is a charming area where nature and history are in harmony. With beautiful mountains and rivers, the town offers a variety of scenery in each of the four seasons.

The town is characterized by its rich agricultural products and delicious rice production. Niigata Prefecture is also famous for its sake, and Tokamachi’s sake is particularly famous.

There are also many traditional events and festivals, and the local culture remains strong. For example, at the Tokamachi Snow Festival, snow and ice statues are created and fantastic light displays can be enjoyed.

The area is also an attractive spot for nature lovers, with lush parks and hot spring resorts also popular. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing and hiking.

Kun:
十件 (jikken, jukken) ten (long cylindrical things); ten cases; ten (used in legal documents); ten (designated) items
十番 (juban, juuban) tenth
十字 (juji, juuji) cross
十時 (juji, juuji) ten o’clock
二十 (niju, nijuu) twenty
三十 (sanju, sanjuu) thirty
四十 (shiju, yonju) forty
五十 (goju, gojuu) fifty
六十 (rokuju, rokujuu) sixty
七十 (nanaju, nanajuu)seventy
八十 (hachiju, hachijuu) eighty
九十 (kyuju, kyuujuu) ninety

Special Readings:
二十歳 (hatachi) twenty years old
三十路 (misozi) tirty years old
四十路 (yosozi) forty years old
五十路 (isozi) fifty years old

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