うえ, あ, のぼ, うわ, かみ
You find a toe on the ground. It's weird, because it's above the ground, not where toes belong.
Of course when you find a toe above the ground, you want to know where the toe came from. When you examine it, you see a name written on there. This toe belongs to the local clumsy farmhand, Jourm (じょう).
Currently there are no similar looking kanji which exist in the WaniKani learning system