Hiragana

Below is the table of character set: Hiragana. This is a chart of the Hiragana that is being used today (old Kanas are not written in it).

 n wa ra ya ma ha na ta sa ka a
(n)
n
(wa)
wa
(ra)
ra
(ya)
ya
(ma)
ma
(ha)
ha
(na)
na
(ta)
ta
(sa)
sa
(ka)
ka
(a)
a
a
(ri)
ri
(mi)
mi
(hi)
hi
(ni)
ni
(ti)
ti
(chi)
(si)
si
(shi)
(ki)
ki
(i)
i
i
(ru)
ru
(yu)
yu
(mu)
mu
(hu)
hu
(fu)
(nu)
nu
(tu)
tu
(tsu)
(su)
su
(ku)
ku
(u)
u
u
(re)
re
(me)
me
(he)
he
(ne)
ne
(te)
te
(se)
se
(ke)
ke
(e)
e
e
(wo)
o
(ro)
ro
(yo)
yo
(mo)
mo
(ho)
ho
(no)
no
(to)
to
(so)
so
(ko)
ko
(o)
o
o

ん is pronounced n. The only kana that does not end in a vowel sound.
は is pronounced ha and wa when is a particle.
へ is pronounced heand e when is a particle.
を is pronounced o, but has the rōmaji writing wo.