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pykakasi 0.23

Python implementation of kakasi - kana kanji simple inversion library


pykakasi is re-imprelemtation of kakasi library by Python.

How To Use pykakasi


import pykakasi.kakasi as kakasi

kakasi = kakasi()
kakasi.setMode("H","a") # default: Hiragana no convert
kakasi.setMode("K","a") # default: Katakana no convert
kakasi.setMode("J","a") # default: Japanese no convert
kakasi.setMode("E","a") # default: Symbols no convert
kakasi.setMode("r","Hepburn") # default: use Hepburn Roman table
kakasi.setMode("s", True) # separate, default: no Separator
kakasi.setMode("C", True) # capitalize default: no Capitalize
conv = kakasi.getConverter()
result =

You can use output `Mode` values from "H", "K", "a" which is each means
"Hiragana", "Katakana" and "alphabet".
For input, you can use "J" that means "Japanese" that is
mixture of Kanji, Katakana and Hiragana.
Also there is values of "H", "K" that means "Hiragana", and "Katakana".
You can use "Hepburn","Kunrei" or "Passport" as mode "r", Roman table switch.
Also "s" used for separator switch, "C" for capitalize switch.
"S" for separator string option.  
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