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Table of Hiragana Characters (Mincho Font)

Table 2: Syllables with Voiced Consonants and 'P'

Mincho is an attractive functional font that is standard for books, newspapers, and other printed matter.
To see the katakana equivalent of each character, pass your cursor over the top. (Sorry, does not work on mobile devices.)

gaga gigi gugu gege gogo
zaza jizi zuzu zeze zozo じ is pronounced ji
dada jidi zudu dede dodo is pronounced ji and is pronounced zu, identical to the letters in the row above. These two kana not often used. on its own is the sign of a proctological clinic (for the treatment of piles). For some examples of in use, see Du
baba bibi bubu bebe bobo  
papa pipi pupu pepe popo  

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