Tokyo to replace romanized Japanese with English on signboards for tourists / A traffic signboard in central Tokyo, top, shows the place name in both kanji and romanized Japanese. The latter was expected to shortly be replaced by text in English. (Provided by the transport ministry)
Japanese--my mother tongue, consisting of Hiragana あいうえお, Katakana アイウエオ, and Kanji (Chinese characters) 愛. We even use roman characters. Maybe Kanji makes people to learn Japanese very hard. But I have some German friends who speak and write Japanese very well.
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