🔖 Japanese stroke order (Hitsujun or Kakijun) | kakijun.jp

Japanese stroke order (Hitsujun or Kakijun) (kakijun.jp)
This homepage explains the stroke order of the Chinese character of using regularly(the Jōyō kanji), the hiragana, and the katakana by using animation. the Jōyō kanji: In Japan, 2,136 kanji characters have been selected as those most suitable for ordinary purposes (as of 2010).

How to write kanji, hiragana, and katakana

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