Learning Japanese Hiragana Letter き

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Hiragana Tutorial Series

Learning Hiragana Japanese Letter

The sixth hiragana letter in Japanese alphabetic system is . It is consists of three strokes as it is described below.

Hiragana Form

Hiragana Letter’s Stroke Steps





Basic Information


Number of Strokes


Word Example



1.       きびしいい (kibishii)

2.       きかい (kikai)

3.       きく(kiku)

4.       きみ (kimi)

5.       きんべん(kinben)

6.       きらい (kirai)

7.    きずつける (kizutsuku)

8.       きた (kita)

9.       きたない (kitanai)

1.      Strict, severe.

2.      Machine.

            3.      To listen.

4.      You.

5.      Diligence.

            6.      Dislike, hate.

7.      To wound, to hurt someone’s feeling.

8.      North

9.   Dirty


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