No, i'm not gonna ask you for tutorials, websites, books.
I've already started learning Japanese, i know a few words and can type them (well, the Japanese driver just puts the Japanese characters there when i type latin letters). However, i hear some different opinions about what to learn first/how to learn.
One site teaches romaji first, so Japanese words written in latin letters. However, others say, thats really bad and teach a few hiragana first before getting to some basic words. Another learning resource expects me to learn all hiragana, then all katakana, before i even start to learn some words.
So the question(s):
What do i learn first? Should i try to learn all Hiragana first? Do i need to learn Katakana right after or is it possible to write simple sentences with only Hiragana?
So, as i said, i do not ask for resources, just for some guidelines, what i definitely need to learn before i can get really into it.
(A line about romaji would be great, i've heard that there is no romaji in Japanese, thats just invented for non-japanese people for learning(?) purposes)