Hiragana and Katakana : How to learn Japanese ?

The Kana: Japanese alphabets

Taught to Japanese students in their first year of school from the age of six, hiragana and katakana are the essentials prerequisites for learning the Japanese language.

Hiragana

Hiragana chart

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Tableau des katakana

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Tableau des variations des hiragana et katakana à l'aide du dakuten ゛et du handakuten ゜

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Tableau des combinaisons des hiragana et katakana

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