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Brushed Katakana Examples By Tony K. Skeen
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Brushed examples for the reproduction of the Japanese Katakana characters. Basic Katakana and sound change examples are provided. This text is a reference book for students of Kenshukai/RyuShinKan... More > Dojo.< Less
Learn Japanese katakana By Ponte Ryuurui
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Learn Japanese Katakana is a complete and comprehensive textbook aimed at Japanese language students of all levels, as well as at anyone who is interested in Japan and its culture. It contains proper... More > handwritten form of katakana syllabograms, detailed etymology of each syllabogram, handwritten kanji in three calligraphy scripts from which given katakana has evolved, sounds and their origins, handwritten charts with stroke orders, practice sheets, and information about the history of Japanese kana and even a brief overview of the evolution of Japanese calligraphy in order to draw a clear and easy to understand image of how katakana was developed. Please also see my other book titled Learn Japanese Hiragana.< Less
Japanese Katakana Tattoo Designs By Claus Liepke
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Stencil outlines of Japanese Katakana characters - each character with stroke order and seven different fonts. Katakana are mainly used in the Japanese language as a phonetic transcription for... More > foreign words like names or for emphasis purpose (to attract visual attention). It is a good idea to ask a Japanese native speaker to assist you with the translation of Western family or given names.< Less
Translating and Brushing the Katakana for Western Names By Tony K. Skeen
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This is the companion book for the Translation of Names to Katakana Course. It is intended for the student/instructor who wants to learn the correct way/manner to brush the Japanese Katakana. It... More > contains Brush Stroke examples/explanations and the basic description of how to determine which kana to use for the translation process.< Less
Japanese Kana Writing Practice Sheets: Katakana By Claus Liepke
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This new approach of learning Katakana by their shape will help you saving a lot of writing practice time. One of the most astounding aspects of learning the written Japanese language however, is the... More > fact that all media and teachers are displaying the famous "fifty sounds table" not only as reference but also as the "Holy Grail" of how (and in which order) to learn the Hiragana & Katakana... Remember the days back in school when YOU started to learn the alphabet: Did you really begin with the letter "A" and ended with "Z"? Or was it that you had a lot of writing practice AND had to remember the order of the letters in the alphabet? All you need to know for looking up a word in a Japanese dictionary is the order of the Japanese syllabaries (Hiragana & Katakana): A-I-U-E-O and A-KA-SA-TA-NA-HA-MA-YA-RA-WA. Repeat these two phrases a few times and they are learnt, forever. Now, let's start learning the Japanese characters the smart and economic way: by their shape - and be impressed by your quick progress.< Less
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Hiragana (With an Introduction to Grammar and Kanji) By David Petersen
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This handy guidebook offers an integrated, communicative approach to writing and reading hiragana script, the entry point to the Japanese language. With step-by-step explanations of 46 basic... More > characters and scores of derivatives, plus writing practice, grammar lessons, flashcards, and quizzes to consolidate learning, the Absolute Beginner’s Guide is a great way to make headway on your own, or to reinforce formal Japanese classes. Find out for yourself just how accessible the language can be.< Less
Foundational Japanese By Louis Melendez
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This is a 5-lesson Christian teacher's curriculum, and it contains lesson plans and suggestions, along with the course textbook, complete with worksheets and assessments. This course is designed for... More > high-school senior-level/college-level students who have no prior knowledge of Japanese.< Less
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Hiragana (With an Introduction to Grammar and Kanji) By David Petersen
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This handy guidebook offers an integrated, communicative approach to writing and reading hiragana script, the entry point to the Japanese language. With step-by-step explanations of 46 basic... More > characters and scores of derivatives, plus writing practice, grammar lessons, flashcards, and quizzes to consolidate learning, the Absolute Beginner’s Guide is a great way to make headway on your own, or to reinforce formal Japanese classes. Find out for yourself just how accessible the language can be.< Less
Learn Japanese hiragana By Ponte Ryuurui
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Learn Japanese Hiragana is a complete and comprehensive textbook aimed at Japanese language students of all levels, as well as at anyone who is interested in Japan and its culture. It contains proper... More > handwritten form of hiragana syllabograms, detailed etymology of each syllabogram, handwritten kanji in three calligraphy scripts from which given hiragana has evolved, sounds and their origins, handwritten charts with stroke orders, practice sheets, and information about the history of Japanese kana and even a brief overview of the evolution of Japanese calligraphy in order to draw a clear and easy to understand image of how hiragana was developed. Please also see my other book titled Learn Japanese Katakana.< Less
Hiragana / Kanji Sudoku 1-9 By Douglas Roberts
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132 'Sudoku' type puzzles, using Japanese number characters instead of English numbers. Useful for memorizing and writing practice. (This is not a tutorial.)