I know the stroke order of kanji and the kana, I can write them. But Japanese handwriting is a lot different from our templates or RTK kanji. They look different (like the special "そ"), but also with kanji I see people sometimes not finishing certain strokes, or the whole kanji is different. How can you learn these things? All the recources online only give the "textbook" writing, or font writing. And if I look for handwriting fonts they still give really neat writing, instead of the native, faster, hand. I want to look more professional with my handwriting, but professionals don't have a handwriting that's a replica of the standard writings, but a kind of different stylistic feel. My question is: how do you learn this?