naka, chū, jū
The inside of something is “something no naka.” For example, the inside of a box is hako no naka. Hako is a box. No is joshi (a particle). We use the particle, no, to combine two nouns. The latter belongs to the former.
Chūshi is cancellation. Chūdoku is addiction. Doku means poison.
Draw the rectangle first.
- Draw the vertical stroke on the left.
- Draw the upper horizontal line and the right side of the rectangle. The horizontal part is narrower than the vertical part. When you change the direction of the brush, stop shortly and put down some more part of the brush to make the line bolder.
- Draw the lower side of the rectangle.
- Draw the vertical line in the middle.