Now it’s time for you to learn how to write Japanese YA in Hiragana using correct line stroke order and direction. This is an easy to learn 3 line stroke Hiragana character. Some people say it looks like a Yak head while others find a different mnemonic. Let’s learn how to write it as it’s done in Japan! I will show how to draw it line by line.
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MO in Japanese is one of the Hiragana characters in the Japanese language that you really must learn well. This symbol is used in Japanese grammar and luckily for you its cool visual shape of line strokes is an unique combination that you have not encountered before in the Hiragana chart. I will show you how to draw it and use it!
Learn how to correctly write Hiragana MU in Japanese language using my easy to follow beginner step-by-step instructions showing you each line stroke and its correct direction. I will also show you what Hiragana for MU actually means, because you don’t learn this for nothing. No need to feel incompetent or incapable. You can do it!
It’s time for you to learn how to write MI in Japanese using the Japanese Hiragana chart to your assistance. Find out what line order to draw it as well as the correct line stroke directions. And by the way – what does the Japanese ear lacking anime character anpanman have to do with this? Let me show you! And some Kanji too!
Learn how to write MA in Japanese using the Hiragana way of drawing the syllable. Let’s take a closer look at its line strokes and what order they need to be painted in when you write in Japanese. The line direction that it is drawn in matters too. Follow me and see how to write it the correct way as it’s done here in Japan. You can do it!
First it may look difficult to draw HO in Japanese using the Hiragana system, but actually you’ve by now already learned how to write HA in the same column so two of the four lines are already covered. Actually three, but to make this easy and very clear for you – let me show you exactly how to draw a Hiragana HO in the correct order!
To write HE in Japanese usually doesn’t look much to the world since it is an easy to learn single line stroke, but it is super important to learn it! Why? Because HE belongs to the HA-gyo which is reused more than any other column in the whole Hiragana chart. Try to not fail on this! Let me show how to draw it (and Kanji secrets)!
FU in Japanese is the attention demanding freak of the freaks in the Hiragana chart. Not only does it Kung Fu tricks with your mind – it also sounds like HU and not FU. Have you ever heard that the big city Fukuoka on Kyushu in Japan sounds like Hukuoka? This Hiragana character is the reason why. Let me show you its tricks!
HI in Japanese (ひ) is one of those Hiragana syllables you simply can not forget once you learn how to draw it. Its big happy mood visual appearance turns into a more serious issue once its syllable sound is translated into a Japanese word meaning something more hot than most other Hiragana characters. What can it be? I will tell you!