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Posted on 01.
Life is full of ki-do-ai-raku (kee-doh-ah-ee-rah-koo; delight-anger-sorrow-fun), and some phrases slip out of our mouths repeatedly in response to different daily situations. Master these common Japanese expressions and use them casually to sound like a native. Yatta
/a/ -- An antenna is on top of the roof.
Click any of the Normal (grey) Hiragana characters below in order to see the characters stroke order and mnemonics for memorisation.
Learn how to write the hiragana character for "sa" in this simple lesson. Please remember, it is important to follow the stroke order when writing Japanese characters. Learning the proper stroke order is also a great way to help you to remember how to draw the character.