Japanese Kanji

Kanji Stroke Order Rules

  • This page gives a Some important rules about how to write kanji in the correct stroke order.
  • The stroke order given here is specifically the Japanese one.
  • there’ll be exceptions, but this is way better than learning the individual stroke orders of thousands of individual kanji.

Kanji Radicals

  • In this series learn about kanji a radical.
  • In this guide, radicals are patterns and symbols that appear inside each kanji.
  • Each kanji consists of 1–3 individual radicals.
  • Learning radicals is like learning the letters of the alphabet, in that they get your brain away from individual lines and into repeating patterns and symbols that you can use again and again.

JLPT N5 Kanji

  • This is the introductory level of the Japanese and covers about 100 Kanji characters.
  • Practice reading these Kanji  and you can easily master the Kanji portion of the test.
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JLPT N4 Kanji

  • This is N4 level of the Japanese and covers aprox all Kanji characters.
  • Practice reading these Kanji  and you can easily master the Kanji portion of the test.
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