Japanese Sign Language Fingerspelling Part 2 Dakuten Handakuten





Welcome back to Part 2 of Japanese Sign Language Fingerspelling “Dakuten and Handakuten”

Here is what Hiragana looks like when it is converted with dakuten:
* K → G
* S → Z
* T → D
* H → B

Here is what Hiragana looks like when it is converted with handakuten:
* H → P

GA

GI

GU

GE

GO

ZA

JI

ZU

ZE

ZO

DA

ZI

DZU

DE

DO

BA

BI

BU

BE

BO

PA

PI

PU

PE

PO

Also here is an example of Japanese Sign Language for Hiragana with small “ya”
KYA
きゃ
キャ

GYA
ぎゃ
ギャ

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9 Replies to “Japanese Sign Language Fingerspelling Part 2 Dakuten Handakuten”

  1. Jimmie Wanjiru

    Arigatou Gozaimashita. With a bit of practice, I will be able to fingerspell my name next time I go to the 'Sign With Me' restaurant in Tokyo where all the waiters are deaf.

  2. Jay Prajapati

    JSL is difficult to me learning again and again but reminding a bit.

    I would like to query you that why should you post many videos for JSL, ASL, BSL, etc???

  3. Dakota Abroad - Language, Culture, Veganism, Games

    Man. I told myself that I'd learn to at least fingerspell as soon as I got to Japan. I have not. XD I will get on it! And then once I understand Japanese better I will learn JSL.

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