Japanese classroom objects - School objects

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.If you have the objective of studying nihongo, or going to a Japanese school, you should know the main objects inside the classroom. In this article we will see a list of objects and their meanings for improve your japanese.

Remember that this is a simplified article, so we will not go into detail about each word. Remember that in Japanese many words are the same but have different meanings, this is the importance of kanji.

Japanese writing utensils and surfaces

KanarōmajiPortuguese
えんぴつenpitsupencil
消しゴムkeshigomuRubber
ペンPenpen
ボールペンboorupenballpoint pen
マジックMajikkuhighlighter
チョークchookuchalk
こくばんKokubanblackboard
ホワイトボードhowaitoboodoWhite board
ふでfuckWriting Brush
かみkamipaper
げんこうようしgenkou youshiManuscript
ぶんぼうぐ / ぶんぐbunbougu / bungu“Stationery item”

In the word Rubber - keshi means “delete”, while gummy comes from the French word for "rubber".

Objetos da sala de aula em japonês - objetos escolares

Japanese arts, crafts and room tools

色紙irogamicolored paper
はさみHasamiscissors
折り紙 origamiorigami (paper)
のりnoriglue, past
ホッチキスhotchikisustapler
ステープルsuteepuruclip
クリップkurippupaper clip
バインダーbaindaBookbinder

Japanese classroom books

honbook
絵本ehonpicture book
教科書kyoukashotextbook, didactic
ノートnootonotebook
じしょ / じてんjisho / jitendictionary
  • jisho is usually used for simply “dictionary”, while -jiten is to specify a dictionary, if it is Japanese-Portuguese;

Japanese room electronics

電気denkilight, electricity
電話denwatelephone
テレビterebiTV
CD プレイヤーshiidii pureiyaaCD reader
DVD プレイヤーdiibuidii pureiyaaDVD reader
リモコンrimokonRemote Control
パソコンpasokonComputer (abv)
プロジェクターpurejekutaaProjector
でんしじしょdenshi jishoPortable electronic dictionary

Japanese classroom objects

JapaneseRomajiPortuguese
部屋heyabedroom
教室kyoushitsuclassroom
yukafloor
kabewall
天井Tenjouceiling
ドアdonatedoor
madowindow
時計tokeiwatch
tsukuewriting desk
椅子isuchair

This was another basic article for beginners. We recommend that you also see Expressions in the classroom. If you liked it don't forget to share and leave your comments.