This deck is for learning the 104 Japanese Hiragana characters. You will see the character and the stroke order. Type in the matching Romaji. You will then see if you are correct and hear the matching Audio.
Note: If you cannot see the characters, go to http://www.nihilist.org.uk/ Download and install the KanjiStrokeOrders font.
I made this with the help of the KanjiStrokeOrders font from http://www.nihilist.org.uk/ and the audio files from Textfugu. If you have any questions or comments, email me. Good luck!
Sample (from 104 notes)
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Hiragana HiraganaMaru Kana
Hiragana HiraganaTenTen Kana
Hiragana HiraganaYōon Kana
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has dakuten and handakuten unlike the other one, recommend it
It helps a lot in learning hiragana
more hiragana, better
I like it!
It's simply a great way to remember.
Full hiragana deck, not just the basic 46
The deck is really helpful, thank you for the effort. Is there a way to import the stroke orders into a mobile device? I can only see the stroke order when using AnkiWEB. AnkiDroid and Anki desktop software does not show the stroke order even if I already have the font downloaded from the mentioned link.
I like so much the Japanese
Great deck, thank you!
ish very good
I wish instead of things like じゅ being ju in the deck that it would be jyu.
Conteúdo bastante informativo e de fácil entendimento
Useful for initial learning
Simple, gets the job done
easy and clear
it was recommended and has basic and advanced
Simple and good.
I wish it worked without the typing.
Great hiragana practice deck. Simple, accurate, no bloat.
Great deck, personally I like the font used in this.