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Some prefer Katakana, some prefer doing Hiragana first. It's up to you, but it really doesn't matter seeing as you are going to do both anyways.
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Welcome to this website:D
I started to study Hiragana when I started to study japanese. And I would recommand you to start with that to;):) So far I have had much more help knowing hiragana then katakana. But you have to learn katakana too of course;) But as Mariya said, some people likes to start with hiragana and some with Katakana:);) Well, whatever you might coose, im sure you'll find great fun in learning japanese:);) Gud luck, and have fun:)
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UNLESS you are going to japan in the very near future.
Then you should learn katakana first, because it will help you recognize foreign words during your stay/trip.
Either way, though, you do end up learning both.
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It is maybe easier to learn katakana, but i think the first one you learn is the one which will be stuck in your head fastest, and that should be hiragana.
Good luck studying!
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