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|Development of the Hiragana script from Manyogana Chinese characters|
|Station Sign with Hiragana Text|
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Manyogana letters - Chinese characters used phonetically for writing the Japanese language - are shown in black at the top of each row. The cursive forms of these letters are in the middle row, in red. At the bottom of each row is the equivalent modern Hiragana character.
Standard sign. The station name is written in three script systems. At the top it is written in hiragana, in the middle in kanji, and in roman alphabet on the green arrowed line. At the very bottom, the names of the adjacent stations are given. B76 is the station number given to Kitahama by JR Hokkaido (the rail company).
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