I'm learning Hiragana, and recently I've learned about double consonants. As an example I saw
きつさてん - kissaten-, that means
My question basically is how to write it in a computer: I can put my keyboard in Hiragana mode and go through all the syllables, but I don't know how to write the appropriate
つ in "lowercase" in the middle to create the double-consonant pattern.
I'm aware that it may be a highly dependent thing on the keyboard configuration and operative system and so forth, but my case is a Windows PC with the input set to Japanese and Hiragana mode.
As far as I know, all the things that I'm typing in this mode are being written in uppercase, so when I try to tape
きつさてん I'm not writing it actually, since the only way for me to write
つ is the uppercase (typing actually
tsu in my occidental keyboard).
Thanks in advance
Disclaimer: I was going to post it in Japanese Stackexchange, but when I was about to publish it tagged as
computing the description made me post it here:
Questions about the Japanese language used in the context of computing. Questions about technical support (e.g. "How do I input Japanese characters?") belong on Super User.