San ji sanpun desu. The hun changes to pun (pronounced poon) after 1 (ichi becomes ippun), 3 (sanpun), 4 (yonpun), 6 (roku becomes roppun), 8 (hachi becomes happun), 10 (juu becomes juppun), then every 10 increment after (like 30 is sanjuppun)
Why is it so difficult to get " 三" on the Microsoft IME keyboard? I find it easier to type "mikka" to get "san" than "san" itself. Do Japanese just dispense with the kanji and use English digits when typing numbers?