6 Free Printable Hiragana Chart with Demon Slayer-ish Designs!
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6 Free Printable Hiragana Chart with Demon Slayer-ish Designs!

free printable demon slayer-ish hiragana charts, make your japanese language learning fun!Japanese Language Learning

I’m so excited to deliver free printable hiragana charts with Demon Slayer-ish designs!

There are 6 versions of Japanese hiragana alphabet charts. I’m sure these charts will make your Japanese language learning more fun 😊

  • Tanjiro ver
  • Nezuko
  • Agatsuma Zenitsu
  • Rengoku Kyojuro
  • Tomioka Giyu
  • Kocho Shinobu

All the files are made in PDF format and printable in A4 size. Check the designs and download your favorite ones!

Tanjiro ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with demon slayer tanjiro-ish design, cool checkered pattern

A hiragana chart with a green and black checkered patterns that is familiar for Demon Slayer fans!

Nezuko ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with demon slayer nezuko-ish design, cute pink pattern

A hiragana chart with a cute pink pattern of Nezuko’s kimono. This is called ASANOHA MOYOU (hemp leaf pattern) in Japanese.

It’s said the Asanoha pattern has the power to support kids’ healthy growth and drive the evil away!

Agatsuma Zenistsu ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with agatsuma zenitsu design, bright yellow and white triangle pattern

A hiragana chart that features Agatsuma Zenitsu’s kimono pattern. Bright yellow will motivate you!

This pattern is called UROKO MOYOU (Scales pattern) because it looks like snake scales.

It’s said this pattern has the power to ward evil spirits off as well as the Asanoha pattern of Nezuko!

Rengoku Kyojuro ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with rengoku kyojuro-ish design, burning fire and japanese washi paper texture

A chart with burning fire that brings Rengoku Kyojuro in mind. The Demon Slayer movie Mugen Train was simply amazing.

Use this chart and get Kyojuro’s power!

Tomioka Giyu ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with tomioka giyu's kimono pattern

A hiragana chart with Tomioka Giyu’s kimono pattern called KIKKOU MOYOU in Japanese.

KIKKOU means “turtle shell” and it symbolizes longevity. The Kikkou pattern is very auspicious!

Kocho Shinobu ver.

preview of japanese hiragana chart with purple butterfly, featured demon slayer kocho shinobu

A hiragana chart with aesthetic purple butterflies and flowers that remind us of Kocho Shinobu.

Shinobu is a very smart woman who works as a doctor and this chart may make your Japanese study easier!

I hope these Demon Slayer-ish charts will help you enjoy your Japanese language learning.

And if you have any requests for printable Japanese materials, please let me know. I’ll meet your needs as much as possible!

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