Moekana Cards

Recently I bought a pack of Moekana cards. They’re supposed to help people learn hiragana in a fun and interesting way.  There are many games designed around them and the images on the cards look down right adorable.  Once I actually get them, I’ll probably write a review about them. You can check them out at here at Japan Culture.


If you’d like to have a fun way to learn hiragana or think that the cards themselves are just too cute, then you can pick them out at any of the following stores:



3 responses to “Moekana Cards

  1. Haha, that looks like an interesting way to learn hiragana! Good luck, knowing hiragana is remarkably useful!

  2. far as i know are only non-japanese names/words[like ‘one piece’ (=wan pieesu / ワンピース),’cause it’s ensglih] written in katakana.Japanese names are written in Kanji(the first name also sometimes in Hiragana,but i think only children who are still going to the kindergarten use them for their names)Chinese Korean names are written in Kanji(but i’ve read somewhere that they use Katakana, too?..Not so sure about that)and western names in Katakana. Pls correct me if i’m wrong.

  3. I did however expertise a few technical issues using this site, as I experienced to reload the website lots of times previous to I could get it to load correctly.

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