How to Type in Japanese on your PC || Kiki + Koko: Let’s NihonGO!!


In this digital world, it’s important to be able to communicate using The Internet. So, get out your keyboard and boot DOS because it’s time to learn how to type in Japanese on your Personal Computer!

Well, more realistically, you could probably get out your mobile phone and your Windows 10 computer, that way you can follow along without having any issues. During the gap between the next Kiki+Koko video, Koko takes the reigns for an impromptu video about how to enable your computer to use what’s known as Microsoft IME. This enables any Windows 10 (or 8, 7, XP) computer to type in Japanese. (We don’t talk about Vista)

By the end, you’ll learn how to actually use your US or UK keyboard to type in Japanese as well as using special aesthetic characters.


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こんにちにゃあ(´・ω・)ノ Let’s learn the computers, yeah?
(and relax with more handcrafted music👌)

In this video, you’ll learn the basics of how to type in Japanese on your computer, and a BONUS at the end, a bit of how to type aesthetic letters. You can always watch on your mobile phone or tablet so you can follow along If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments, and it might be in the next video! (If it’s already answered in the comments, it still might help someone else out, as well)

Windows 10 – If you have Windows 8, it’s similar, and Windows 7 is aesthetically different, but actually the same in a way. If enough of you have Win 8, 7, Vista or XP, I could even do a tutorial on those. We’ll eventually practise typing in Japanese more in future!

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