Japanese Alphabet-Hiragana

Let's start with the very basics.

These are a little trickier.

Then we have some compound letters. "Pa" becomes "Pya", "Ka" becomes "Kya", and so forth. This holds true for all but "Chi" and "Shi", these become "Cha", "Chu", "Cho", "Sha", "Shu", and "Sho".

I hope this helps those looking to learn Japanese. And if I have missed anything or gotten anything wrong, please feel free to let me know. I will be posting more cards as I get them made. Until next time!

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