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Press the Alt and “~” keys (the tilde key to the left of the “1” key) to quickly toggle between English and Japanese input. If you have a Japanese keyboard, you can simply press the 半角／全角 key, which is also to the left of the “1” key. Press the F7 key after typing to quickly convert it to katakana.
Now when you type text anywhere on your phone, you’ll see a small “globe” icon in the bottom left. Tap this icon and it will switch to Japanese! You can see it worked because the text in the space bar now says “日本語”. You can enter Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji.
Try typing an x before the small kana, like xtsu and xa give you っ and ぁ. To switch keyboard, you can press Win + SPACE on Windows, then Ctrl + CAPSLOCK gives Hiragana and Alt + CAPSLOCK gives Katakana.
In your phone’s keyboard settings, select the option to add a new keyboard, and then select the kana keyboard listed under Japanese. Full drill down is Settings > General > Keyboard > Add New Keyboard > Japanese > Cana. Once you have it installed, press the button to the right of the microphone. It’s this one.
Open the Settings app and in the General Settings section navigate to Keyboard > International keyboards. Select “Add a new keyboard…” and search for Japanese.
Answer: A: press ta 6 times, you get a small tsu.
Ctrl + Caps Lock switches to Hiragana. Alt + Caps Lock in alphanumeric mode switch to hiragana, then switch to katakana.
The easiest way to write your name in Japanese is to find a katakana letter that matches the pronunciation of your Japanese name. For example, if your name is “Maria”, look for the katakana character for Ma, which is マ, then the character for Ri, which is リ, and then the character for A, which is ア.
Type ‘du’ to make the づ in つづく. This is mainly used to write katakana (loan words from other languages). If you type an ‘x’ before ya, yu, yo, you can type those little characters.
The katakana syllable ン (n). Its equivalent in hiragana is ん(n). It is the forty-eighth syllable in the Gojūon order.