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CARDDIA Japanese Syllabary - Hiragana (with Stroke-Order Diagrams and Example Words)

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  • 104 cards collect all Japanese Hiragana characters with 266 example words
  • One side displays a character, the other side displays its Romaji, stroke-order diagrams, Katakana equivalent and common words
  • Item includes a sheet of Table of Hiragana
  • Durable paper with glossy coating, water and tear resistant. Standard playing card size, easy to carry.
  • Lifetime warranty: If you lose any cards, we can send the replacement to you for free!

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Customer Reviews

Perfect flash cardsThe only reason I can no longer use these is because my cat ate them. Otherwise, these were great flash cards that put up with a lot of abuse. I ll definitely be buying from this seller again. 5Excellent cardsThese cards are great and helped hiragana become second nature to me. Okay, maybe not as second nature as reading the English alphabet yet but I'm getting there. The quality and size suited me perfectly for easy and frequent handling. First, I kept them in order and went through them multiple times until I felt comfortable and familiar with them and then I shuffled them to really make sure I had them down. I kept them in their original box and tossed them into my bag whenever I had to go anywhere where I might be waiting (waiting rooms, lines, etc). The chart was useful when I needed a quick reference. I later discovered they fit beautifully into a game card carrying case for when I wanted to bring them plus other flashcards out with me.With these cards, it didn't take long at all to be able to read hiragana. I did not use them to learn writing but they could be used that way if that's what you want to do. I had already ordered a separate workbook for that at the same time I ordered these cards so it wasn't necessary. The cards do show the stroke order of each character so you could follow those and practice in a separate notebook, tablet, sheet, sand, dirt, whatever you want to write on/in. 5Essential for your journey in the Japanese languageFlashcards are the best and most efficient material for memorization, espcecially when it comes to learning a new foreign language. I purchased both the Hiragana and Katakana Carddia syllabary. The products arrived in wonderful condition and earlier than anticipated, within just 10 days from the day of order placement. The explanation methodology used in the back of each flashcard is sufficient as it provides the written form of the syllable in Katakana and Kanji, and uses it in three different vocabulary words, thus at the same time you can learn simple Japanese vocabulary. Quality of the cards could be better, though. I expected the cards to be more "laminated". Opening the box was a bit challenging as I didn't want to tear neither the cards or the box itself. Overall, I'm satisfied with the purchase. 5Very nice!!This is the same review as for the Katakana deck because we have both and the review is the same. These were pricey but very nice. My daughter loves them and the chart is perfect because it's not too big or small. We use them as flash cards but the best thing is that we use them for games. I mix them up and ask her to order them by vowel. Order them by consonant. Put them in the order of the chart form on the floor. We like the Katakana/Hiragana comparison on the card too. We're actually thinking about sleeving them to keep them in shape. 5Small SizeLower rating, because these are small cards. As a person with vision issues, this is not cool. I gave it three stars because I believe they are otherwise good. 3Fantastic cards, perfect to kickstart learning JapaneseThese cards are great, I ordered the Katakana and Hirigana at the same time, they arrived very fast (going to take like 2 months for my Genki books to get here) and made with a sturdy enough material i'll be moving on to words and reading before they ever wear out.I keep them in a clear plastic case i got for 2 bucks at a tabletop gaming store meant to hold baseball cards. I study with them 1-3 hours a night and i havent even seen any signs of wear yet. the edges are gettin much darker from my oily hands though but its been like a week that ive been using them every night! 5Tad expensive but high quality & great design. A must have for tactile learners who are memorizing kana.I'm a very tactile learner who wasn't having much luck with digital flashcards, Duolingo, etc. These did the trick perfectly! They also came with a helpful and well laid-out hiragana chart that helped immensely with learning the diacritic and digraph kana as it intuitively shows their relationship to the base characters (though you can also find this online for free).Everything you could ask for from a flashcard:> Useful info, including stroke order, example words, and the original kanji that the character is derived from.> Clean and easy-to-read font but retains good detail.> Durable, easy-to-handle laminated card-stock. Seems to be stain- and water-resistant.Only downside is the somewhat high price tag. 5Great, but not amazing enough to warrant the priceThese cards are great for studying with, you could make your own flashcards for hiragana though they wont be as nifty as these, they include example words on the back as well as stroke order.That being said, they are not durable enough to warrant the $23.99 price tag. Although CARDDIA provides free replacement cards for any card lost or damaged, you could argue that doing so isn't worth the effort and since these are so expensive they should be durable enough not to need such an option.Having used the Hiragana set to study, I've decided not to buy the Katakana set and instead use mobile apps or flashcard websites in order to study.If money is no object, buy these. 4Worth the expensive priceReally impressed by these flash cards. I like the quality (thicker paper with semi-glossy texture). Comes with a table chart with all the hiragana characters on it. Then there is a warranty for the cards if you lose some in the first 30 days they will ship replacements to you FREE of charge and after the 30 days you just pay for shipping. Great deal! I will be buying the Katakana versions soon. Memorized the cards in about a week but still working on writing them from memory now before tackling katakana.The katakana equivalent on the back is nice to familiarize yourself with them before diving into katakana. Then the word examples is also nice because you can practice sounding out all the hiragana you have memorized. The stroke order demonstration is also nice for those that are extra diligent. 5Great cards marred by a poor font choiceThese cards are exactly as you expect given the pictures you can preview. If you like what you see, you'll probably like these cards with a few caveats:I personally do not like the feel of the cards but I think many people might. (The gloss just seems cheap to me and I'd prefer something like a linoid or air-cushion finish like playing cards have.) I think the gloss will help protect the cards but in the end I just don't like the way it feels.My real gripe is, and reason I'm giving 3-stars, is that I strongly dislike the font they use for the characters. I've been learning from multiple sources and every source I've used has seemingly used the same font. These cards use a fancier font. When I saw this in the photos (before ordering) I didn't think much of it. In fact, many of the symbols are more beautifully written than the standard font. Well, my brain apparently cannot always easily reconcile the "Standard Japanese Font" with what I see on the card. There are many times where the letters have a curl at the end of the stroke that is not in the regular font. Or a stroke that is supposed to be separate from the rest of the letter is connected because the font emulates a brush stroke that someone did not lift high enough off the page. Sometimes curves that are supposed to be there look like they're the accidental-connecting lines that I just mentioned. These issues combined make my brain struggle when identifying even characters I know.Now, as I use the cards more I'm sure I will end up adapting. But upon first inspection the font is jarring and my brain is slower at recognizing the characters compared to the standard Japanese font. Given that the purpose of the cards is to memorize things quickly, I am disappointed that the font has such an impact on me. 3
CARDDIA Japanese Syllabary - Hiragana (with Stroke-Order Diagrams and Example Words)

CARDDIA Japanese Syllabary - Hiragana (with Stroke-Order Diagrams and Example Words)

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€68,00
Sale price
€68,00
Regular price
€112,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€44,00)