Hiragana Unicode Script
Along with katakana and characters, the Japanese writing system also includes the syllabary known as hiragana. It uses an auditory alphabet. The literal meaning of the term hiragana is "flowing" or "simple" kana. ("simple" originally as contrasted with kanji). Kana systems include both hiragana and katakana. A single character is used in each system to indicate each mora in the Japanese language, with very few exceptions. This could either be a vowel, like "a," a consonant followed by a vowel, like "ka," or "n," a nasal sonorant, which, based on the context, can either sound like the English letters "m," "n," or "ng" when they are syllable-final, or like the nasal vowels of French, Portuguese, or Polish.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Hiragana' unicode script category. Currently there are 381 characters in this category.