Designed with Japanese language lovers in mind. Whether you're a Japanese beginner, a JLPT N1 conqueror, or simply a fan of typography, there's something for everyone to appreciate. On your wall at home or the office, it's sure to draw eyes.
Both hiragana and katakana are composed of 46 different phonetic symbols used to represent all the possible syllables of the spoken language. These characters were derived from simplification of kanji characters but unlike kanji each character is pronounced in only one way and has no conceptual meaning.