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I'm still learning Japanese myself and I have been for 15 months+ and it has been a bumpy ride. But overall a very fun and exciting ride.
If you're just starting to learn Japanese like I did once I think you'd find this very helpful.
Many people use romanji to learn how to pronounce words but as a native English speaker sometimes you'll find that romanji is actually very confusing. When your first starting to learn Japanese it's best to start over from scratch.
The time it takes to learn will almost always depend on how hard and how much you study. Especially Kanji because there are literally more than four thousand words and different meanings. Hiragana should always be the first, because afterwards Katakana becomes a breeze.