is the Japanese Alphabet used to represent words
borrowed from other languages, such as English,
like a persons name. The Katakana keyboard is
very differently labled than the english keyboard.
Below is a keyboard map and sound chart of Katakana.
To use this form, sound out whatever it is you
want a translation of, and look it up on the
sound chart (click
here for an example, PopUp blockers must
be turned off). The symbol in the key column
is the key on your keyboard you need to type
into the textbox on form at the bottom of the
page to get that sound. When you click the preview
button the text will appear in Katakana. What
appears in your cart, and the keys you typed,
are the key strokes which we will use to make
put it simply if you type A you will not get
the decal for the katakana translation of "A",
you will get the decal for the translation of
"di". There are no capitals in katakana
so if you wanted the decal of the translation
of the "a", as in at, you would type
the key 3.