Kana Quickest Learner
Part 1 Hiragana
When you see apples and you can find the first hiragana "あ" in them.
When you find two eels, you can remember "い" very easily.
You can find "う" from the shape of wooly sheep's horn. Although the horns of sheep are round, when you pronounce Japanese "う", you do not make your lip round.
Every morning when you find the egg stand on the breakfast table, you can remember "え".
You can find ”お” when you see an opal ring.
When you drink coffee, you can find "か" in you cup.
"き" was made from the shape of a key.
Do you know how to spell cookie? It begins with C. Then you can find "く" when you bite it.
This is a kind of seaweed, called "kelp". Kelp is drifting and tangling in the shape of "け".
Whatever cord you see, you can remember "こ".
Look at my pair of sandals! Can you see "さ" in it?
When Japanese want someone to shut up, they might say "shhhh", putting their index finger up in front of their mouth. So you can remember "し" (Be careful not to pronounce "si")
The most popular Japanese food is, of course, "sushi すし", isn't it? So you should remember "す" at once.
When you observe a celery very carefully, you might find cell and "せ".
A soft sofa is good for remembering "そ”, isn't it?
How many tadpoles are needed when you make "た"?
You can remember "ち" when you see my red cheek. Be careful not to pronounce [ti].
Tsunami. It is very awful. When you pronounce "つ", you say last two sounds of "cats" at a time.
How do you pronounce "te" for tennis? T looks like hirgata "て".
When you go to the toilet, you can find "と" immediately.
This is the notorious Japanese food Natto! These fermented soybeans are nasty and gooey threads like "な".
As you know Japan is called "Nihon" or "Nippon" in Japanese. You can recall "に" when you see a Japanese flag.
When you eat noodles, you will use chop sticks and find noodles wound around them, so you can remember "ぬ" at once.
A nest and an egg make "ね"!
You should remember "の" when you turn the knob of the door.