Shared November 5, 2019
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Japanese has three types of scrips: hiragana, katakana, and kanji. And we use all of them when we write Japanese. But actually, you can write everything in Japanese only using hiragana or katakana. So why do we use all of them?
In this video, I'll explain it from a historical and cultural perspective.
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