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Table of Katakana Characters (Kaisho Font)


Table 1. The Standard Goju-on

Kaisho is a beautiful brush-written font. If you can learn to write katakana like this, be prepared to be treated with reverent respect by Japanese for the rest of your life...
To see the hiragana equivalent of each character, pass your cursor over the top.

aa ii uu ee oo
Notes
kaka kiki kuku keke koko  
sasa shisi susu sese soso is pronounced shi.
tata chiti tsutu tete toto is pronounced chi.
is pronounced tsu.
nana nini nunu nene nono  
haha hihi fuhu hehe hoho is pronounced fu.
mama mimi mumu meme momo  
yaya   yuyu   yoyo  
rara riri ruru rere roro  
wawa wiwi   wewe wo (o)wo and are old characters that have been abolished. They are very seldom seen.
is used only for the object of the verb.
nn

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