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For Yado, I picture a building where many people can all get lodging. That way I remember the components Hyaku and the Ren radical (100 people) with a roof over the top.

Yado means an inn.

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(Contributed by: Ben Riemersma of EMU on 10/8/08)

In an inn, one hundred people may stay under one roof.

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(Contributed by: Matthew Hughes of Eastern Michigan University on 10/19/08)

This kanji (ɡ奯looks like hundred (ɴ) people () living under a roof.

(Contributed by: Ema Iwasaki of Eastern Michigan University on 10/22/08)

It looks like the bird's eye view of an inn with a stand for the horses beside it.

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(Contributed by: ޥ·ͥ륽 of Eastern Michigan University on 10/26/08)

I remember the kanji for "shuku" is easy to remember, because the top radical is a roof, and the second radical is a person who is bowing and (the third radical) giving someone hyaku en for letting them stay under their roof.

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(Contributed by: Channing Rapnicki of Eastern Michigan University on 10/27/08)

(ɡ奯)this kanji looks like hundred (ɴ) people () under a roof.

(Contributed by: Ema Iwasaki of Eastern Michigan University on 11/9/08)

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