is a romanization system based on [[Japanese phonology]], designed using the linguistic principles used by linguists in designing writing systems for languages that do not have any. It is a purely [[phoneme| phonemic]] system, using exactly one symbol for each phoneme, and marking pitch accent using [[diacritic]] s. It was created for [[Eleanor Harz Jorden]] 's system of Japanese language teaching. Its principle is that such a system enables students to better internalize the phonology of Japanese. Since it does not have any of the advantages for non-native speakers that the other romaji systems have, and the Japanese already have a writing system for their language, JSL is not widely used outside the educational environment.
==Romanisasi nu teu-baku==