@bdb@kimprut It does indeed, as I found out now from Google Translate. And a chart I found online. I once knew the basics of katakana which is generally for foreign words, like, um, coffee. They are fairly simple linear characters (not curly). Most Japanese words are in hiragana or kanji, so there are 3 main systems.
But the time I knew any of this was 30 years ago; most of that has faded away. So I figured “there’s got to be an app for that!”
I was surprised this wasn’t built in to Apple translate already, but I don’t think it is (meaning actually drawing the characters). And Google Translate did allow this, so that’s cool. If anyone knows other apps, let me know. And so you get “Ko” and a “Hi.” The “-” are kind-of a null. And there really is no “f” so that’s why it’s Ko-Hi. Now I know more, and need to brew myself some KoHi.
I love t-shirts with cats/kittens on them. I have already purchased a t-shirt with a coffee theme. The color is brown, also. I must pass on this t-shirt. The sloth & cat making a cup of coffee are cute.