Yes. I arrived at Japan without knowing Japanese language. Am not proud of it, that is just how it is. So when we learn a new language not only by vocabulary and grammar but also the alphabets (if I may say it that way, kana is the proper term), mnemonics is greatly appreciated.
Of course I am learning Japanese language the hard way, not only how to survive in daily lives. But remembering the kana is… a work for a forgetful me. Not to mention the structure/grammar. I will trust myself that eventually I will get there. Meanwhile, let’s do the routine.
Here is the list of websites that may be helpful for you. They work for me. You can give them a try.
- The Ultimate Guide to Learning Hiragana
- Drag n Drop Exercise
- Real Kana, memorizing to your convenience