Asked in Japanese Language and Culture
Which has more letters kanji Hiragana or katakana?
Kanji. Hiragana and katakana have 48 characters each. You will need to know about 2,000 kanji to be able to read through a newspaper. ...
Which is used more hiragana or katakana?
Hiragana is used far more frequently than Katakana. Normally, Katakana is only used from writing words which the Japanese borrowed from another language. Since the quantity of these words is far fewer than the quantity of native Japanese words, you will see hiragana used a lot more. ...
Asked in Japan
What is silence in Japanese?
Japanese word for 'silence'; Romaji- Chinmoku Hiragana- ちんもく Katakana- チンモク Kanji- 沈黙 Romaji- Shizuka Hiragana- しずか Katakana- シズカ Kanji- 静か Romaji- Shizukesa Hiragana- しずけさ Katakana- シズケサ Kanji- 静けさ Romaji- Seijaku Hiragana- せいじゃく Katakana- セイジャク Kanji- 静寂 ...
Asked in English to Japanese
What writing is there in Japanese?
Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji You have Hiragana which is typically learned in Primary school and consists of about 46 characters total, Katakana which also have about 46 characters and used for borrowed words, and then you have Kanji which derives from China. ...