Japanese punctuation marks are different from English symbols. Japanese can be written horizontally or vertically, some punctuation marks are rotated or changed when written vertically.
This is a small circle that would go after a sentence to indicate a full stop
Thought it is written differently, it is used in the same way as the English comma.
This symbol is three dots in a line which is used to show a silence, pause in speech, a sentence that is left uncompleted or a trailing off voice.
These are the same as quotation marks in English and used in the same way.
These are used for quotations within quotations.
Is used just like brackets in English.
This is used to show range (from - to -), to show a long or drawn out vowel, to indicate music is playing or to show origin.
Is not used often because the particle ka is used as a question indicator, however this is often used when it is not that obvious that it is a question being asked.
This is used the same way a exclamation point in English is used.
This is used between the day, month and year in dates.