Hiragana Letter Zi


Hiragana Letter Zi


The Zi-hira in Johto Mono is the perfect way to add a touch of retro cool to your Japanese text. In Japanese orthography, the GOJūON sequence さ行 sa-gyō (literally "line sa") refers to the five phonetic sounds "sa", "shi", "su", "se", and "so", which are commonly represented by the five hiragana syllabograms さ, し, す, せ, and そ, respectively. The さ行 syllabograms contrasts with the や行, わ行, あ行, and え行 syllabograms, which each represents a unique phonetic sound. The Zi-hira is a small, angular letter.

Part of Johto Mono

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