takes an ASCII text file containing Romaji characters and translates it into Japanese Hiragana and Katakana. Although not perfect, it will try to change to the proper kana when it can. For example, in "watashi wa" the second "wa" is written using the "ha" Hiragana. You can print out the translation as well as print out the Romaji sentences with practice space for you to draw. This is a useful tool to help learn Japanese Hiragana and Katakana, and will help you avoid using Romaji to write Japanese.