JLPT N5

The JLPT is the standardized test to evaluate language proficiency for non-native speakers. Level N5 corresponds roughly to a combination of Kentei 10 and 9.

The following are the kanjis of JLPT N5 that aren’t already in the kentei lv. 10:

ひがし – east きた – north はは – mother かく – to write べる たべる – to eat
西 にし – west みなみ – south ちち – father よむ – to read のむ – to drink
じ – time さかな – fish がい – outside かう – to buy きく – to listen
あと – later とも – friend ご – language すこし – little はなす – to talk
くご – noon まん – 10,000 まえ – before ながい – long げんう – to say
かん – space みち – street でん – electricity たかい – expensive くる – to come
はん – half まい – every しゃ – company やすい – cheap いく – to go
いま – now くに – country えき – station しい あたらしい – new あう – to meet
なに – what しゅう – week おおい – many ぶるい – old かる ふかる – to understand
みせ – store