1742-Jouyou-kanji “府” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“City” or “Stack room” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “府”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “府” means “Town”, “A kind of prefecture” or “Government office” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "府"

Jouyou Kanji “府”

Jouyou Kanji "府" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “府” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ふ(fu)
Kun-Yomi くら(kura)
みやこ(miyako)
Meanings Library, Stack room, Warehouse
Government office
City, Town
Mansion, Residence
Gather, Place where things and people come together
Entrails, Intestines
A kind of prefecture

Kanji words which contain Kanji “府”, and their meanings

Words Meanings
府下(ふか-fu ka) Prefecture (of Kyoto or Osaka) , Suburban districts (of a metropolis), Within an urban-prefecture
府議会(ふぎかい-fu gi ka i) Prefectural assembly (in Kyoto or Osaka)
府庫(ふこ-fu ko) Treasury
府知事(ふちじ-fu chi ji) Prefectural governor (of Osaka or Kyoto)
府中(ふちゅう-fu chu u) Provincial capital (under the ritsuryō system), Provincial office
府庁(ふちょう-fu cho u) Prefectural office (of Osaka or Kyoto)
府立(ふりつ-fu ri tsu) Prefectural (school, hospital, etc of Osaka or Kyoto)
学府(がくふ-ga ku fu) Educational institution, Academic center
官府(かんぷ-ka n pu) Government office, Government
国府(こくふ-ko ku fu) Provincial office (under the ritsuryō system), Provincial capital
枢府(すうふ-su u fu) Privy Council (in Japan abolished in 1947)
政府(せいふ-se i fu) Government, Administration, Cabinet
太宰府(だざいふ-da za i fu) Dazaifu
幕府(ばくふ-ba ku fu) Shogunate government, Shogun’s headquarters, Imperial Guards office, Residence of the Imperial Guards commander

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