If you're new to learning Japanese, start with our introductory level. You'll learn the two writing systems, Hiragana and Katakana. You will learn proper Japanese pronunciation. You will learn how to read them as well as how to write each character. You'll also learn simple greetings and how to ask questions.
Drill Set for Gya! Learning Yōon
Practice drill for Gya! Learning Yōon
You've learned all of the Hiragana characters! Take this final test to see how well you remember the characters and various vocabulary you've learned.
You've knocked out hiragana, and now it's time to start on katakana.Read Lesson
Practice the first five katakana. Screaming will not help.
Are you ready? It's the first katakana quiz.
The next five katakana, カ to コ, look a lot like the hiragana. Don't be confused!Read Lesson
Practice the katakana カ to コ and the vocabulary words from the lesson!
See how well you have these katakana mastered.
Here we learn the katakana ガ to ゴ. Add dakuten to what you learned in the previous lesson and you are good to go!Read Lesson
Practice your katakana ガ to ゴ. Pop singers optional.
ゴゴゴ! Do the best you can.