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There are a number of stylistic or aesthetic reasons to do so. Sometimes katakana is used for a native Japanese word because of the katakana's "international", "modern" or "high-tech" feeling: Why is Toyota typically written in Katakana? (トヨタ) ニッポン? Why Kana? However, katakana is also associated with oldness and tradition because it was the standard script ...


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