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Reviewing the Kanji

New in the Study pages: Example Words!8 April 2014 You can now see a selection of "priority" entries from JMdict (Japanese-Multilingual Dictionary) on any given character's Study page. You can also use the shortcut key D to view a selection of sample words during flashcard reviews (note these aren't optimized for mobile display, yet). I remember when I was going through RTK, I spent a lot of time looking up the characters in the Kanji Learner's Dictionary (KKLD). Reviewing the Kanji
The Furiganizer – Learn how to read Japanese Kanji

The Furiganizer – Learn how to read Japanese Kanji

Furigana – What's That? Citing Wikipedia: "Furigana (振り仮名) is a Japanese reading aid, consisting of smaller kana printed next to a kanji or other character to indicate its pronunciation. In horizontal text, yokogaki (横書き), they are placed above the line of text, while in vertical text, tategaki (縦書き), they are placed to the right of the line of text. Furigana are also known as yomigana (読み仮名) or rubi (ルビ) in Japanese."
Handwritten kanji search at sljfaq.org
Japanese Kanji stroke Dictionary Cool Japan Gifts / Traditional Arts & Crafts - Online Shop Saiga > Japanese Learning > Kanji Dictionary This is a free online dictionary to learn the Kanji of Japanese used in daily life. You can look up the details and pronunciations of the Kanji. Each Kanji is presented by a grade, a stroke count, an enlarging image with Kyokasho (Kyoukasho) font, stroke order, radical, English meaning, On-yomi (phonetic reading), Kun-yomi (native Japanese reading), the example of each reading, and Irregular reading.

Japanese Kanji stroke Dictionary

QuickKanji - A simple, usable, community based kanji dictionary. Simple Getting started is a snap!Simply click on a button at the top of the page to call up a list in this window. After narrowing down the results to find the kanji you want, click on it to bring it up in the info panel. Usable QuickKanji - A simple, usable, community based kanji dictionary.
Welcome to Kanji Practice

Welcome to Kanji Practice

Kanji Practice is a site which helps learners of Japanese to master reading and writing kanji. Kanji are grouped in sets of 50, following the order used by learners of Japanese at Dartmouth College. For each kanji, the site offers a brushstroke image, a brief video clip demonstrating stroke order, sample sentences for On and Kun readings with accompanying audio clips, print variations and the English translation of the kanji. So far, kanji 1-300 and some supplementary kanji are available, with more kanji in production. If you would like to give us feedback about the site, please fill out our feedback form.
漢字学習 ・ Studying Kanji|long island sound 漢字学習 ・ Studying Kanji|long island sound 今度は僕の漢字能力検定を対象にしている勉強の仕方について書きたいと思います。全くつまらないことでとても面白く読まれそうもないけど、誰かの役に立てるかもしれないし、僕にとってとても身近なことなのでちゃんとこの日記で筆記したいです。こんな風に勉強して、500字位しか知らなかった、それに音訓の事等把握していなかった、初心者の頃から、4箇月という僅かな時間で日本語能力試験1級に合格できるようになりました。
Writing Japanese (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji)
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