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Left version is typed font, right version is handwriting. Please use the right version when practicing.

Also, because mobile version strips HTML styling off the table below, please use a desktop, laptop or tablet, either or use the "full wiki" view that allows to display the styling.

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A I U E O
The above row are vowel-only hiragana.
K
G
The k-row with "dakuon" markers becomes the g-row.
S
Z
The s-row with "dakuon" markers becomes the z-row.
Note: "si" is pronounced "shi" and "zi" is "ji".
T
D
The t-row with "dakuon" markers becomes the d-row.
Note: "ti" is pronounced "chi" and "tu" is "tsu". Also, "di" is "ji" and "du" is "zu".
N
No "dakuon" markers for this one!
H
B
P
The h-row with "dakuon" markers becomes the b-row, and with "handakuon" it's the p-row.
Note: "hu" is pronounced "fu".
M
Y
R
W
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This is a chart I found online and really liked:

Hiragana Chart