What is the Japanese Alphabet?

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The Japanese alphabet is not quite as simple as the American alphabet. In fact, there are three Japanese alphabets! In Japan, the alphabets are: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji.
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The Japanese writing system is made up of Kanji, ideographs from Chinese Characters (up to 60,000 symbols), Hiragana, a syllabary used for Japanese words (about 45 symbols), and Katakana, used for foreign words (about 45 symbols).
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