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, きし
bank, coast, shore
, わんがん
gulf coast, bay coast
, かいがん
May take 'no'
coast, beach
沿, えんがん
May take 'no'
coast, shore, littoral
, たいがん
opposite shore
, がんぺき
1. quay, wharf, jetty
See 岩壁・がんぺき
2. steep cliff, cliff wall
, , きしべ
shore, bank (of a body of water)
, ごがん
river dike
, りょうがん, りょうぎし
both banks (of a river)
, 河, かわぎし, かがん
riverbank, riverside
, かいがんせん
1. coastline, shoreline
2. coastal railway
, かし
See 川岸・かわぎし
1. riverbank, riverside
2. market on the riverbank (esp. fish market)
3. place (for activities), venue
, ひがん
1. equinoctial week (when Buddhist services are held)
See 彼岸会, Abbreviation
2. Buddhist services during the equinoctial week
See 此岸, Buddhist term
3. nirvana
, せつがん
Takes suru
coming alongside a pier, quay, etc., reaching land (of a boat)
, さがん
left bank (of a river)
向こう, むこう, 向こうぎし, 向う, 向, むこうぎし
opposite bank, farther shore
, こがん
May take 'no'
lakeshore, lakeside
, うがん
right bank (of a river)
西, せいがん
west coast, west bank
, ぜんがん
all the banks (of a river)
, とうがん
eastern coast, east bank
, なんがん
south coast, south bank
, がんとう
shore, wharf
, りがん
Takes suru
setting sail, leaving the shore, dock, etc.
, りくがん
land, shore
西海, にしかいがん
west coast
切り, きりぎし
steep bank, cliff
東海, ひがしかいがん
east coast
, ひがんえ
Buddhist services during the equinoctial week
, かいがんばた
, ねぎしりゅう
Sumo term
conservative calligraphy style used to write rankings
姥彼, うばひがん, ウバヒガン
See 江戸彼岸, Usually in kana, Obscure term
double weeping rosebud cherry (Prunus pendula)
東彼, あずまひがん, アズマヒガン
See 江戸彼岸, Usually in kana
double weeping rosebud cherry (Prunus pendula)
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