Air kuuki 空気(くうき)
Algae mo 藻(も)
Beach sunahama 砂浜(すなはま)
Branch eda 枝(えだ)
Canal unga 運河(うんが)
Cave doukutsu 洞窟(どうくつ)
Cliff gake 崖(がけ)
Cloud kumo 雲(くも)
Coral sango サンゴ(珊瑚)
Countryside inaka 田舎(いなか)
Desert sabaku 砂漠(さばく)
Dune sakyuu 砂丘(さきゅう)
Field hatake 畑(はたけ)
Forest shinrin 森林(しんりん)
Fungi kinrui 菌類(きんるい)
Glacier hyouga 氷河(ひょうが)
Grass kusa 草(くさ)
Hill oka 丘(おか)
Hot spring
Onsen are a major part of Japanese culture. Japanese people regularly bathe completely naked in hot water. The Japanese bathtub in a Japanese home is deep enough so that you can fill it with hot water and fully submerge yourself in it. An onsen is a public place where people go bath in a larger tub of water. Public onsen are very relaxing and some offer very beautiful nature scenery.
onsen 温泉(おんせん)
Iceberg hyouzan 氷山(ひょうざん)
Island shima 島(しま)
Lake mizuumi 湖(みずうみ)
Leaf ha 葉(は)
Moss koke 苔(こけ)
Mountain yama 山(やま)
Nest su 巣(す)
Ocean taiyou 大洋(たいよう)
Oxygen sanso 酸素(さんそ)
Park kouen 公園(こうえん)
Plain heiya 平野(へいや)
Pond ike 池(いけ)
Rainbow niji 虹(にじ)
Rainforest nettaiurin 熱帯雨林(ねったいうりん)
Rapids kyuuryuu 急流(きゅうりゅう)、
River kawa 川(かわ)
Rock (large/tall)
Iwa is a common word to describe very large or tall rocks. It can range from anything that is a large rock that sticks out from the ground, or a large rock that comes out of the side of a cliff.
iwa 岩(いわ)
Rock (science)
Ganseki is a word that is often used to describe stones or rocks in science.
ganseki 岩石(がんせき)
Rock (stone)
Ishi is a word that is used to describe a rock or stone that is small (can fit in your hand), anywhere to a medium sized rock.
ishi 石(いし)
Root ne 根(ね)
Saltwater lake enko 塩湖(えんこ)
Sand suna 砂(すな)
Savanna sabanna サバンナ
Sea umi 海(うみ)
Seed tane 種(たね)
Shadow kage 影 (かげ)
Sky sora 空(そら)
Smoke kemuri 煙(けむり)
Tree ki 木(き)
Tundra tsundora ツンドラ
Valley tani 谷(たに)
Vine tsuru shokubutsu つる植物(つるしょくぶつ)
Volcano kazan 火山(かざん)
Waterfall taki 滝(たき)