Japanese to Romaji Converter

This is for converting Japanese sentence to Hiragana, Katakana or Romaji with furigana and okurigana modes supported.

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Japanese Kanji is the block character used in writing Japanese. It originated from Chinese characters, but the writing and meaning are not exactly the same. The commonly used Japanese characters in modern Japanese are 2136 characters.
Hiragana is a phonetic character used in Japanese, and is often used to represent the inherent vocabulary and grammatical particles in Japanese.
Japanese katakana is just a phonetic character symbol. Many people cannot know the specific meaning of the word if they only look at the surface of the word. It is generally used to write foreign words, onomatopoeia, etc.
Romaji is a method of using the Latin alphabet to label the pronunciation of Japanese. At present, the commonly used Roman script systems are plain script Roman characters and prescriptive Roman characters.
Furigana is a pseudonym that is written on the top of the Kanji characters in a sentence and marked with its pronunciation.
Okurigana refers to the pseudonym written in the Japanese vocabulary, which is used to indicate the pronunciation of the preceding Kanji characters and is written after the Kanji characters.

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