Master Hiragana and Katakana
with a Scientice-Based Approach

People from different countries who have a poor grasp of Japanese language, thinking that “Japanese is complicated,” can master hiragana and katakana learning, the first step to start learning Japanese, by using a learning method based on scientific evidence.


Did you have any of the following concerns when you started learning Japanese?


After Taking This Course, You Will Master The Following 6 Points


  • POINT-01

    Hiragana and Katakana Can be Mastered In The Correct Order.


    Master Hiragana and Katakana in the Best Order for Learning.
    When Japanese children learn hiragana and katakana, they don't

    always learn them in a specific order because the traditional order may not be the most effective for learning.

    In this course, I introduce the characters in an order that is easy for learners to remember, starting with the simplest ones.

    By following this order, you can master hiragana and katakana more easily and quickly.

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  • POINT-02

    A Variety Of Scientifically Based Exercises


    Memory retention is essential for effective language learning, and my course incorporates the scientifically-proven method of alternating

    practice to aid in long-term memory retention.

    I provide a review section at the end of each lesson to help you recall the letters and words learned.

    Don’t give up if it’s challenging — the process of trying hard to recall something you’ve forgotten has been proven to help memory retention.

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    Language Skills With 208 New Words


    The words are introduced using the actual letters learned.
    The slides include arrow symbols, pictures, and English translations

    so that you can listen to and look at the words to make sure you pronounce them correctly.

    A total of 208 words will be introduced, 134 of which are words that appear on the N5 level of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), so this is a good choice for those who want to take the exam someday.

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    Learn Japanese Pronunciation and Accent with Ease.


    Japanese pronunciation differs from English in several ways, such as the distinctive R sound. Unlike in English, the Japanese R sound is

    pronounced by positioning the tongue differently.

    Furthermore, there are other sounds in Japanese that can be difficult or awkward for English learners to pronounce.

    In this course, rather than simply teaching the 46 letters one by one, I will focus on helping students improve their pronunciation by identifying and practicing important pronunciation points.

    To aid learners, words in the course are designated with arrowhead symbols indicating strongly pronounced sounds, making it easier to visually recognize and practice these important points.

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  • POINT-05

    Why were hiragana and katakana created in Japan?


    In our neighboring country, China, there are no hiragana and katakana. China uses only “Kanji” and Japanese characters came

    from China.

    So why did Japan develop new writing systems in addition to the Chinese characters it adopted?

    In this course, we will look together at why hiragana and katakana were necessary, including the origin of “kanji”.

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  • POINT-06

    How to use the four particles
    (he, ha, wo, no)


    Like English prepositions, Japanese has grammar similar to that.
    In this course, I will explain one part of the usage of the above

    four particles in a very easy-to-understand way.

    This will alleviate any anxiety you may have and make it easier for you to start learning conversational Japanese.

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Stress-Free: Money-Back Guarantee Within One Month!”


“I want to try it out, but I’m a little worried if it’s the right course for me.”

However, if you find the course difficult to understand, uninteresting, or different from what you expected after you start taking it, you can return it for a refund at any time within one month of purchasing the course.

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