i'm guessing Western Kanto, only because Tokyo is in the dialect area...
Aster Selene wrote:Indeed, Spanish has similar "r" sounds to Japanese.
MillyAqualine wrote:And the "H" is like in English... T__T The most difficult sounds class for me ! x_x"
Aster Selene wrote:I learned a lot of my pronunciation from Korean karaoke bars.
When they play Japanese songs, they show a han'gul transliteration on top to match up.
Notably, か is actually 까. I expected this, though.
Something about つ and ち - are they the same as 투 and 티? I think they are. I'm not sure. I know ふ is the same as 후 though. However I see Korean transliterating it as 쭈 and 치 (at least in some cases). So it confuses me sometimes.
(As a result of this, several phoenemes in Hana's bank are likely off.)