I made this hiragana chart for TextFugu members, but want to give it to the rest of the interwebs as well. It’s one of those basic things that all Japanese learning beginners should have, since hiragana is one of the first things that people should be learning (helps with pronunciation practice, grammar, reading, writing, and everything in between, really). Feel free to download this free hiragana chart and share it with your fellow Japanese learning friends and classmates.<
- Simple, well laid out, and clean.
- Gives pronunciation of columns as well (nice for beginners who might forget this as they go along).
- No stroke order (if that sort of thing is important to you, you can look it up or download this stroke order chart).
If you need a hiragana chart just download it. It’s free, it’ simple, and I think it’s good. Share the love, too, if you’d like.