Hiragana と

Japanese Hiragana TO

Transliteration to
Section T
Hiragana Man'yōgana
Stroke Number 2

, in hiragana, or in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. Both represent the sound [to], and when written with dakuten represent the sound [do]. In the Ainu language, the katakana ト can be written with a handakuten (which can be entered in a computer as either one character (ト゚) or two combined characters (ト゜)) to represent the sound [tu], and is interchangeable with the katakana ツ゚.

Form variantsEdit

Form Rōmaji Hiragana
Normal t-
(た行 ta-gyō)
Tou, tu
Too, two
とお, とぉ
Addition dakuten d-
(だ行 da-gyō)
Dou, du
Doo, dwo
どお, どぉ
Other additional forms
Form A (Tw-)
Romaji Hiragana
Twa とぁ
Twi とぃ
Tu とぅ
Twe とぇ
Two とぉ
Form B (Dw-)
Romaji Hiragana
Dwa どぁ
Dwi どぃ
Du どぅ
Dwe どぇ
Dwo どぉ

Pronunciation Edit

(Examples) Words with 'と' Edit

'と' at the beginning Edit

'と' in the middle Edit

'と' at the end Edit

Stroke order Edit

Hiragana と stroke order animation

Stroke order in writing と

Trivia Edit

See also Edit


References Edit

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