Hiragana Alphabet

Hiragana alphabet is one of the alphabet that have people in japan. In antiquity, only hiragana alphabet in use by women. and other alphabet which is "katakana" in use by men. Hiragana alphabet is usually used as a small alphabet (to explain the meaning of a kanji alphabet).
Below are examples of Hiragana alphabet, without having to go through a complicated process that you can directly copy-paste to fit your needs.

 Hiragana Alphabet

あ a        い i        う u        え e        お o

か ka        き ki        く ku        け ke        こ ko

さ sa        し shi        す su        せ se        そ so

た ta         ち chi        つ tsu       て te          と to

な na         に ni         ぬ nu       ね ne        の no

は ha        ひ hi         ふ fu        へ he        ほ ho

ま ma        み mi        む mu        め me        も mo

や ya              ゆ yu              よ yo

ら ra        り ri        る ru        れ re        ろ ro

わ wa        ゐ wi            ゑ we        を wo

    ん n

きゃ kya        きゅ kyu        きょ kyo

しゃ sha        しゅ shu       しょ sho

ちゃ cha        ちゅ chu       ちょ cho

にゃ nya       にゅ nyu       にょ nyo

ひゃ hya        ひゅ hyu        ひょ hyo

みゃ mya        みゅ myu        みょ myo

りゃ rya         りゅ ryu          りょ ryo

が ga        ぎ gi        ぐ gu        げ ge        ご go

ざ za        じ ji        ず zu        ぜ ze        ぞ zo

だ da        ぢ (ji)       づ (zu)       で de         ど do

ば ba       び bi        ぶ bu        べ be        ぼ bo

ぱ pa        ぴ pi        ぷ pu        ぺ pe        ぽ po

ぎゃ gya        ぎゅ gyu        ぎょ gyo

じゃ ja            じゅ ju           じょ jo

ぢゃ (ja)        ぢゅ (ju)        ぢょ (jo)

びゃ bya       びゅ byu        びょ byo

ぴゃ pya        ぴゅ pyu        ぴょ pyo

I hope the above examples simply help you. if you have any questions please leave in comments field below.
Happy learning! Ganbatte ^

Katakana Alphabet

Katakana is the alphabet are used as words of foreign languages (mostly english). as we have seen before, Japanese people can not pronounce the Roman alphabet (a, b, c, d, .. etc) individually. consonant alphabet (Roman) alphabet should be accompanied vocal (Romans) who would make a katakana alphabet.
examples below are the basic katakana alphabet, alphabet which highlighted not used anymore.

Katakana Alphabet - Basic

ア a         イ i         ウ u         エ e        オ o

カ ka       キ ki       ク ku       ケ ke       コ ko

サ sa       シ shi       ス su       セ se       ソ so

タ ta        チ chi      ツ tsu       テ te        ト to

ナ na       ニ ni       ヌ nu       ネ ne       ノ no

ハ ha        ヒ hi        フ fu        ヘ he       ホ ho

マ ma       ミ mi      ム mu       メ me       モ mo

ヤ ya            ユ yu            ヨ yo

ラ ra        リ ri        ル ru        レ re        ロ ro
ワ wa        ヰ wi              ヱ we        ヲ wo     

    ン n

ガ ga       ギ gi       グ gu       ゲ ge       ゴ go   

ザ za       ジ ji       ズ zu        ゼ ze        ゾ zo     

ダ da       ヂ ji       ヅ zu       デ de       ド do     

バ ba       ビ bi       ブ bu       ベ be       ボ bo     

パ pa       ピ pi       プ pu       ペ pe       ポ po   

キャ kya         キュ kyu        キョ kyo

シャ sha         シュ shu         ショ sho

チャ cha         チュ chu         チョ cho

ニャ nya         ニュ nyu         ニョ nyo

ヒャ hya         ヒュ hyu         ヒョ hyo

ミャ mya         ミュ myu         ミョ myo

リャ rya         リュ ryu         リョ ryo

ギャ gya         ギュ gyu         ギョ gyo

ジャ ja              ジュ ju            ジョ jo

ビャ bya         ビュ byu         ビョ byo

ピャ pya         ピュ pyu         ピョ pyo

The following is an additional alphabet of the katakana alphabet

 Katakana Alphabet - Additional
イェ ye         

    ウィ wi           ウェ we       ウォ wo
ヴァ va         ヴィ vi             ヴ vu          ヴェ ve        ヴォ vo     

    シェ she         

    ジェ je         

    チェ che         

    ティ ti        トゥ tu         

    テュ tyu         

    ディ di        ドゥ du         

    デュ dyu         

ツァ tsa        ツィ tsi            ツェ tse        ツォ tso     

ファ fa        フィ fi            フェ fe        フォ fo     

    フュ fyu

イェ ye         

    ウィ wi            ウェ we        ウォ wo     

ヴァ va        ヴィ vi        ヴ vu        ヴェ ve       ヴォ vo     

    シェ she         

    ジェ je         

    チェ che         

    ティ ti        トゥ tu         

    テュ tyu         

    ディ di        ドゥ du         

    デュ dyu         

ツァ tsa        ツィ tsi            ツェ tse        ツォ tso    

ファ fa        フィ fi            フェ fe        フォ fo     

    フュ fyu
I hope this explanation of the katakana alphabet enough to help you. if there are less obvious you can leave questions in the comments field are below. thanks

Japanese language | Nihongo

Introduction of Japanese language

As the initial postings, which at a later date this blog is dedicated to those who try to be as well to learn Japanese language (Nihongo). What caused the Japanese to be very interesting? I think no different than learning other languages. But what makes Japan interesting is that in fact is one of the country among the old countries another. Call it english, china, and as an arab. The old country would have basic science has been scaled back because by their ancestors from time immemorial. Interesting, because too many long-standing tradition that many people are still maintained and preserved. Hows in your opinion? Please carefully look at

Japan is a unique country, with different traditions, cultures, which many countries are still considered to save the mystery. One example is:

  1. Onsen, bathing in which the water is always warm. Many are believed to onsen is very good for health. Besides it also can release the fatigue after a day-to-day activities. Eits! Do not be surprised if some onsen tablets are also mixing between men and women in one bathing place? Please try to come directly to Japan (which certainly is not cheap) ;)
  2. Harakiri, the Japanese people themselves call it a ritual seppuku. A ritual suicide to atone for mistakes. Although this ceremony has been officially banned by the government japan in the year 1873, by the following years there was also still implement on it.
  3. Kimono, the traditional clothing that has been owned by the Japanese from the past to the present. Kimono, which means something worn (can be interpreted-shirt), the majority imposed by women on special occasions. That does not mean the man was not wearing it again loh. Only dominate women more visible. More details you can see here..
  4. Geisha, which means that artists (can also be interpreted as an entertainer). Shamizen, is one of stringed musical instrument that is studied by the geisha. There are also some art and tea ceremony. They started from the moment that young age was very heavy and the number rose schedule. As you know Japanese people often do not tolerate someone who is not timely.

After reading some of the things above, i believe it can increase your motivation to learn Japanese language. Still not enough motivation? I hope you are patiently waiting for my next posting. With you want to spend a little time learning Japanese language there is no harm because many interesting things and can be studied further. At least if you are a man, you certainly have the possibility of getting a mate of the famous Japanese people loyal, tenacious and highly watched loved ones. and at least once you must learn the Japanese language at first As my self :p
ganbatte ne!