Katakana Table is here!

Following the Hiragana Table, I’ve finally finished making the Katakana Table.

Katakana is a set of characters used to represent loan words, onomatopoeia and mimetic words. Just like for hiragana, there are heaps of katakana tables out there online, but only a few of them show how to pronounce and utilise them as part of the vocabulary for every conversations. I hope this katakana table becomes a useful resource for everyone studying Japanese!

Please feel free to comment on this page, get in touch with me via contact or simply share it with friends & family members who might benefit from this table!

Last updated: 29 July 2022.

7 Comments

  1. Seems you put a lot of effort into this, and its helpful… Might want to take a look at “so” though, Sofa doesn’t translate into sky.

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