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    N in hiragana: ん

    How to write N in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. ん has one strokes. Mnemonic: ん is a nose.

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    NI in hiragana: に

    How to write NI in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. に has three strokes. Mnemonic: に is a neon light.

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    HE in hiragana: へ

    How to write HE in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. へ has one stroke. Mnemonic: へ is a helmet.

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    NU in hiragana: ぬ

    How to write NU in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. ぬ has two strokes. Mnemonic: ぬ is a gnu.

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    NA in hiragana: な

    How to write NA in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. な has one stroke. Mnemonic: な is a narwhal.

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    YU in hiragana: ゆ

    How to write YU in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. ゆ has two strokes. Mnemonic: ゆ is a usual fish.

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    SHI in hiragana: し

    How to write SHI in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. し has one stroke. Mnemonic: し is a sheet of paper.

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    A in hiragana: あ

    How to write A in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics.

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    TE in hiragana: て

    How to write TE in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics.

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    KI in hiragana: き

    How to write KI in hiragana (one of the Japanese kana syllabaries), with illustration and mnemonics. き has three strokes. Mnemonic: き is a key.

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