Learn Hiragana – Kantan Kana Lesson 1 Learn to Read and Write Japanese
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Welcome to JapanesePod101.com’s Kantan Kana. In this series, you will learn the Japanese writing systems known as Kana. Japanese has three writing systems: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. This series, we will learn both Hiragana and Katakana, collectively known as Kana. Over 25 lessons we will teach you Kana using simple steps, showing stroke order, tricks for memorization, and usage in common Japanese words. If you want to get started reading and writing Japanese, this is THE place to start. So join us for Kantan Kana from JapanesePod101.com.
In our first lesson, we go over the basics of Kana and teach you the first 5 hiragana characters, あ、い、う、え and お. Are you ready to get started reading and writing Japanese? This is the best place to start.
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