かな: Covers both Japanese syllabaries, hiragana (ひらがな) and katakana (かたかな).

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Kanji stroke type (not stroke order)

My former teacher made us really pay attention to kana stroke order AND stroke types yet when it came to kanji she only made us study the stroke order. I've noticed that other people also disregard ...
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Haphazard usage of katakana and hiragana for particles and okurigana

I'm looking at this picture of the 日米和親条約 (Kanagawa convention) from the late Edo period and it seems rather strange: It looks like the non-kanji parts are rather haphazardly written in katakana ...