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Flash Hiragana Table

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Hiragana Table

 

 

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Hiragana Moodle Course

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Hiragana course will allow guests access.  You can just click “logon as a guest” to enter the course as a guest.  Guests are not allowed to access to some files.

 

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Hiragana 3 (Ra-Zo) 18 letters

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Hiragana Song 2

 

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How to write Hiragna Video

I have save it mp4, so you can watch it on your iPod.

 

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Hiragna Mini Cards

 

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Hiragana Aqua Draw Practice Sheet ひらがな 水かき練習

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Hiragana Practice Sheet

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Hiragana Practice Sheet

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Hiragana Tsumiki

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Hiragana Dices ひらがな サイコロ

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Hiragana Sugoroku

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Real Kana

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Hiragana Quiz

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Hiragana Barabara Game

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Hiragana Game 1

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Hiragana Writing Tutor

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ReadWrite Hiragana (Free software)

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PocketExam Hiragna files (mobile phone)

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Hiragana (FlashcardExchange List)

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Flashcardexchange Hiragana Set
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Hiragana Song

Hiragana Song
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Hiragana Puzzle

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Hiragana Puzzle

Hiragana puzzle

Choose the letter and do the puzzle!

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KanaQ

KanaQ is a free Japanese kana flashcard program designed to run on Java-enabled mobile phones. It creates a set of simulated kana “cards” based on a set of either Hiragana or Katakana as chosen by the user. These cards train the user to recognise the the reading for each kana symbol so they’ll be able to read text written in actual Japanese scripts rather than having to stick to the dull Romanized offerings found in most basic Japanese textbooks.

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Rakubiki Jisho (DS dictionary)

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With this Dictionary, you can find the Kanji simply by writing them! So, you do not have to know how to read or stoke number to check up. Just simply imitate it and it will tell you the meaning.

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rakubiki

The following is demonstration.
When you type “Hiragana” it can pronounce it for you.


 

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Kakitori-kun かきとりくん (DS Game)

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DS Games to learn Hiragana

This game is designed for Japanese Elementary School students but it may help you to learn Kanji. It teaches stroke orders of Kanji as well as Hiragana. It also has a dictionary feature.

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アンパンマンとあそぼ あいうえお教室

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This is a very good software to learn Hiragana and Katakana. There are 12 games as well as lessons.

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The video is one of the lessons.

 

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Hiragana 2 (na-yo) 18 letters


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Hiragana あーと


Hiragana (a-to) 20 lettersLearn hiragana from あ to

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Hiragana Chart (pdf)

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Hiragana/Katakana Workbook (pdf)

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Hiragana and sounds

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Katakana and Hiragana Song

 

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Hiragana Cards for Card Game (pdf)

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Hiragana Flashcards (pdf)

Once the front sides have finished printing, keep the printed cards in the same order as they were printed. In other words, the first page on the top and the last page on the bottom with printed sides face up. Then, place the paper back into your printer such that the back side can be printed.
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Hiragana Game 2 Ultimate Hiragana Challenge

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Ultimate Hiragana Challenge

 

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