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Is there anyone out there who can read japanese and can identify these cards? I know some hiragana, but obviously that doesn’t help when you are only at the “my name is” stage! I got the set for free. I thought they were iroha karuta, but they are double sided.
Hiragana sentences are on the back…no separate reading cards; a few are missing. Each red card has a black duplicate. The black cards have kanji in the upper right; the red cards have hiragana. The red cards have much longer phrasing with kanji too on the back written in black ink. The black cards have short hiragana-only sentences written in red ink. I am pretty sure the phrases are proverbs. I can’t read kanji, but I think the right card says, ” ton de hi ni iru natsu no mushi.”
Anyone know what the name of this deck is?
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