if you want to learn Japanese
I don't have a website but here are 2 of the alphabets, Hiragana and Katakana
it's a start ^.^
That's very cute. while I'm still learning Japanese myself I've started a series of videos teaching a few words in each one if anyone is interested, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqsB3bQX0PtwAfABNMxlLz_j_ZQQVKonW
Usagi! :D I love that video! (Naturally) ;D
PS Te form is integral to Japanese. (Referencing your "tabete" comment in the video. It often comes with various forms following such as "Tabete kudasai" (please eat), "Tabeteimasu" (eating), "Tabete moii desu ka" (may I eat?), "Tabe te ha(wa)ikemasen" (You may not eat--said by someone of higher authority, never in reverse.). Hopefully you will explore more in future videos because it is so helpful. Thanks for posting! ^_^
Katakana is used for foreign words, as well as to make words stand out (in a flashy way, not like italicizing words in an essay; as far as I know, it isn't professional to use it that way). Also, when looking at different kanji readings, Japanese kanji readings use hiragana, and Chinese kanji readings (well, the ones based on them) use katakana, since they are (relatively) foreign.