Generally, haragana is a basic element of the Japanese writing system. Together with other phonetic systems, katakana and kanji, the various strokes and sounds of the language help differentiate the meanings of similar words. And instead of using the English alphabet, Japanese characters are used to replace vowels and consonants.
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