to find other pages on this site.
Kanji Reference & Vocabulary Lists
Fast-loading, uncluttered pages with Kanji, their readings, quizzes, and high-frequency example words, along with direct links to the same kanji on other websites.
Kanji Roughly in the Order That Japanese Learn Them
Once you are on a kanji page, you can navigate, by JLPT, newspaper frequency, or standard Japanese school order.
More Information About the Pages
Search Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana or English.
This is a
Google Custom Search
of only the kanji pages on this websites (those listed above).
1,460 Quizzes on Commonly-used Japanese Words (Sorted by Kanji)
Multiple-choice Flash quizzes using all commonly-used words (from EDICT) for each kanji.
Quizzes on 516 High Frequency Japanese Family Names (Surnames).
These are the most common family names rated by how many times they appear in the phone directories of Japan. Quiz #1 has the most common, Quiz #2 has the next most commonly-seen Japanese names. The multiple-choice option is probably the easiest with the flashcard option being perhaps the most difficult.
Family Names #1
Family Names #2
(13 - 24)
Family Names #3
(Enter a number between 1 and 43)
2 Dozen Quizzes each with 2 Dozen Kanji
These are roughly in the order that Japanese are taught kanji at school.
These are the first 576 characters listed on the main page of the
Quizzes on Commonly-used Japanese Words (Sorted by Kanji)
main page. (See above.)
Kanji with One English Meaning #1
Kanji with One English Meaning #2
Kanji with One English Meaning #3
(Enter a number between 1 and 24)
The following sections of this website are also good for reviewing kanji.
Daily Page with 36 Kanji a Day
In addition to the 36 daily kanji, it's set up with other useful tools, so it makes a useful "home" page.
Quizzes on Words from Japanese Newspapers (Sorted by Frequency)
Multiple-choice quizzes and flashcards.
Read All the Words Marked (P) in EDICT
This is on another website of mine.
EDICT Sorted for Kanji Reading Practice
The words are sorted so that you only see words that include kanji you've already been introducted to.
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