If you've got a burning passion to learn Japanese but have found yourself stumped, don't worry.
You're not alone.
Many people see the hiragana and think they are the hardest marks they've ever seen.
But here's the good news.
They're not hard.
In fact, with the right techniques, you can learn and remember them in 1.5 hours or less. You just need to know how.
And by "remember," we're talking about being able to draw them out, sound them out and do both at the same time.
Truly, it's hard for anyone who knows a small and simple set of closely guarded memory technique to imagine spending more than 1.5 hours flawlessly memorizing a character-set like the hiragana.