The H family in hiragana

Meet the H family in hiragana and learn how to correctly write your strokes!

The H family in hiragana

は = HA

It is said that a giant rat, when fighting with the sword of the Arab sultan (す), ended up breaking it and forming the hiragana は. Easy, isn't it?

Hiragana HA stroke order - H family in hiragana

ひ = HI

Imagine a beautiful girl having lots of laughs. Her smile goes from one end of her face to the other. For that is what hiragana HI is. A big smile.

Hiragana HI stroke order

ふ = FU

What is hiragana FU? To me, he looks like a snake that walks in a maze. This maze has only three doors. When the snake enters through one door, it immediately leaves through the other door, and is crawling around lost for all eternity. Look that! Is the snake smoking a cigarette? ( hehe ) That was bad… Well… it was worth it. If you can, try to imagine something better. OK? The important thing is memorize the hiragana well FU in memory through stories.

Hiragana FU stroke order


へ = HE

HE is a monte fugi in a painting. When you run your finger over the hill's painting, you can see that it was painted in self-relief.

Hiragana HE stroke order

ほ = HO

The Arab sultan's sword, in addition to being broken, now has a hat that was gnawed by the mouse.

Hiragana HO stroke order

Japanese calligraphy exercise

Select the Japanese alphabet symbols and click the Generate button in the Worksheet for Kana and Kanji Practice . Then a new window will open with the file for printing. Then just print it out, cover the gray hiragana symbols and then try to write it yourself. Just print and practice!

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