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■ About Japanese phonology
All phonemes used in Japanese can be expressed by “kana”, which is a “character unique to Japan”.
The basic is “Japanese syllabary + n”.
The five vowels are “Ah, I, U, E, O”.
In addition, there are 45 character sounds that combine 5 vowels and consonants.
For example, “ka, ki, ku, ke, ko” is a combination of “K consonants” and “five vowels”.
①”Ah, I, U, E, O”
②”ka, ki, ku, ke, ko”
③ S consonants and 5 vowels: “Sa, Shi, Su, Se, So”
④ T consonants and 5 vowels: “ta, chi, tsu, te, to”
⑤ N consonants and 5 vowels: “Nah, ni, nu, ne, no”
⑥ H consonants and 5 vowels: “ha,hi, fu, he, ho”
⑦ M consonants and 5 vowels: “ma, mi, mu, me, mo”
⑧ Y consonants and 5 vowels: “Ya, Yi, Yu, Ye, Yo”
⑨ R consonants and 5 vowels: “ra, ri, ru, re, ro”
⑩ W consonants and 5 vowels: “Wa, wi, wu, we, wo”
⑪ Sound expressed by NN consonants: “N”
The dakuon=”Voiced sound” : “ga, za, da, ba,” line 5 sounds (total 20 sounds)
the handakuon=”Semi Voiced sound”: “pa, pi, pu, pe, po” line 5 sounds are added to this.
Furthermore, there are five sounds in the line “Kya, Sha, Cha, Nya, Hya, Mya, Rya”.
In addition, there are five sounds in the “Gya, Ja, Bya” line.
There is no independent pseudonym for these 10 sounds.
■”Japanese phonology”, “phonology expressed in Ko-Shintō” and “Onmyodo”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Onmyōdō (陰陽道, also In’yōdō, lit. ‘The Way of Yin and Yang’) is a system of natural science, astronomy, almanac, divination and magic that developed independently in Japan based on the Chinese philosophies of yin and yang and wuxing (five elements).
The philosophy of yin and yang and wu xing was introduced to Japan at the beginning of the 6th century, and influenced by Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, evolved into the earliest system of Onmyōdō around the late 7th century. In 701, the Taiho Code established the departments and posts of onmyōji who practiced Onmyōdō in the Imperial Court, and Onmyōdō was institutionalized.
From around the 9th century during the Heian period, Onmyōdō interacted with Shinto and Goryō worship (御霊信仰) in Japan, and developed into a system unique to Japan.
Abe no Seimei, who was active during Heian period, is the most famous onmyōji (Onmyōdō practitioner) in Japanese history and has appeared in various Japanese literature in later years.Onmyōdō was under the control of the imperial government, and later its courtiers, the Tsuchimikado family, until the middle of the 19th century, at which point it became prohibited as superstition.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onmy%C5%8Dd%C5%8D