Hiragana is one of the syllabaries used in Japanese writing. It comes from the simplification of more complex characters of Chinese origin, and is characterized by curved and simple strokes.
Katakana is the second syllabary used in Japanese writing, along with the mentioned Hiragana. Of the two syllabaries this is the most recent and its characters are angular and geometric. It is used for writing foreign words.
In this section you can play by levels, depending on the last lesson you have studied.
Here you can study the kana that corresponds with the ones that appear in the same levels in the Play section.
Here you can test yourself to see how well you know the lessons that you've studied. In this mode every kana that you've studied may appear, both from hiragana and katakana.