In the morning, if you want your hat to dry, you need to hang it on a tree trunk. In the morning, everything is covered in dew. The grass is wet, the leaves are wet, but the tree trunk isn't wet! It was protected by the rest of the tree, so you can hang your hat there to dry.
You lean against the tree trunk, waiting for your hat to dry, and suddenly you realize Genghis Khan (かん) is on the other side of it. You look around and see that all of the tree trunks around you have Mongols drying their hats under them.
Currently there are no similar looking kanji which exist in the WaniKani learning system