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いろは

47字全ての仮名を重複させずに作られたいろは歌は、古くから手習いの手本として教育にも用いられる誦文である。「鳥啼歌」「国音の歌」とも言われ、その由来・意味合いには様々な説があるものの、いろは歌は日本人なら誰しも馴染みのある美しい仮名尽しの代名詞とされている。

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IROHA

The Iroha song which uses all the 47 hiragana characters without using any character twice is a recitation which is even used in education from the old as practice for calligraphy. Otherwise known as “the bird singing song” and the “national sounds song” and having various opinions regarding its origin and meaning, the Iroha song is considered a pronoun for beautiful use of the Hiragana familiar to every Japanese.