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Kana is a Japanese syllabic scripts consesting of Hiragana and Katakana. In the table below hiragana (center), katakana (right), and romaji (left). Each kana character corresponds to one sound in the Japanese language.
In 1946, the Japanese Ministry of Education made 'wi' and 'we' obsolete and are no longer used.
Click on the Kana in the charts below to view stroke animation.