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xa      xi      xu      xe      xo
as Hiragana "h" series, /xu/ is J. /fu/

ma      mi      mu      me      mo
as Hiragana

ja      ji      ju      je      jo
as Hiragana, but /ji/ is from the character for "big", and /je/ is
backwards Hiragana "yo", with the horizontal line intersecting the
vertical.

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Wow, that's pretty good. I like the idea of made-up characters like
that to supplete the Japanese syllabary... Though is there any reason
you used those symbols for those sounds? No etymological reason?

Though it reminds me of the Japanese Ainu transcription method where
they write syllables that don't usually have the maru-ten (circle
thingy) with the maru-ten to denote syllables that don't exist in
Japanese.

Imperative