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Kanji All in One Heisig RTK + Kondansha KKLC + Vocabulary Ex

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The deck combines information from the most popular sources to learn Kanjis: - "Remembering the Kanji" (RTK) by Heisig. - "Kodansha Kanji Learner's Course" (KKLC) by Conning and Halpern. - Stories from WaniKani and Koohii. Minus some exceptions, each note has 3 cards: Recognition, Production and Memrise. The last 2 do not fully work on iphone. Here's the deck in action: CONTENT - Kanji presented in 4 different japanese fonts. Most decks on ankiweb have chinese fonts (some kanji are written differently) - Keywords from both RTK and KKLC. - Components for each kanji. RTK had many mistakes, see below. - Animated Gif to see kanji stroke's order. - Stories from RTK, Kanji Koohii's most popular and wanikani lessons. - Example vocabulary. Based on KKLC. You will only see vocabulary using kanjis you've already learned. - Tab with look alike kanji, so you can compare different kanji if you mix them up. - Many other informations regarding every Kanji (readings, stroke order, radicals ...) - Links to other websites for each Kanjis (Jisho, Kanji Garden, WaniKani ...) About RTK's components RTK's lessons are flawed. The way he deconstructs kanji in his book (which is now in most anki decks) if full of errors. He sometimes decomposes kanji in order to fit his story instead of making the story based on the real components. Ex: 笑 (Laugh). Rtk gives the following components: Bamboo . . . heavens. (⺮) + (天), but the second part is actually 夭 (calamity). The top stroke is different. It may sound trivial, but if your method is to write kanji, strokes and strokes order do matter. He also gives the same components different names, and some components that are not the same share the same name... I manually checked each kanji, and used at least 3 different resources (jisho, kanshudo, kanji garden) to make sure the mistake was indeed from RTK. It's not always perfect either, but it's better. HOW TO USE How to display or hide fields ? No deck can be universally liked. So I made sure you could choose which information you want to display easily. In the styling part, you'll see a line for each field. Some have 2 lines for the different cards (recognition, production) Simply add "none" to display or to hide the information you don't want. This way you can choose only one Keyword instead of 2, hide some stories, vocabulary ... How to change card's order ? You started with RTK and switched to KKLC halfway ? The Advanced Browser will make things easier. Otherwise, go to browser mode, pick the kanji deck, click on "Fields...". Pick one of the fields that start with "ID", depending on your preferences (Wanikani, RTK, KKLC, RRTK). In the options below, select "Sort by this field in the browser". Use the Sort Field column. Select all your cards, click on "Cards", "Reposition..." and ok. It will reorder the cards, and you won't lose your progress. How to suspend / unsuspend cards or card type ? There are 3 cards for each note. Production (writing) and memrise are cards 2 and 3. If you want to suspend them, go in browser mode. In the search bar, type: "deck:Kanji card:2" or card 3. Select all cards and go to "Cards", "Toggle Suspend" (Ctrl+J). I divided the deck in subdecks for each card type so it will be easier. If you want to mix reviews for the same kanji with the different card, go into the browser, select all cards and place them all in the same deck. See above to reorder them if need be. How to add your own story ? During reviews there is a field under the Koohii stories where you can type your own story / mnemonic. You need the edit add-on. It does not work on mobile, but the field is one of the first, so you have easy access on mobile too. How to edit the Look-Alike tab ? The look-alike tab is now entirely clickable. When I mix up kanji, I look for them in this spreadsheet and add them to the look alike tab. Makes it easier to see differences between each kanji. How to change the examples in the "Memrise" card ? It's the last two fields of the cards: "Memrise_Look_Alike_Kanji" is for Kanji, "Memrise_Keyword_Choices" is for the kanji choice". If you want to change some example, you'll need to change the kanji and the keyword. Make sure the kanji and keywords are in the same order within the field. If you change the second kanji, you should be changing the second keyword. CREDITS - The production card style is based on this deck. But the data was based on chinese kanji instead of japanese (presentation and stroke order are different), so I used the correct japanese data instead. - The memrise card style is based on this deck. I modified both card template to suit my needs, preferences and keep consistency with my recognition deck. HISTORY V5 - 27/12/2020 - Production card added - Memrise card added - Recognition card revised V4 - 05/07/2020 Screenshot Preview - Card Template updated. Everything should look cleaner, especially on mobile. - Font changed so that all Kanij display correctly. V3 - 03/02/2020 Screenshot Preview - "Look Alike tab" is now editable. - "Look Alike tab" updated for more accuracy. - Own story field added. V2 - 31/12/2019 Screenshot Preview - Added the "Look Alike tab". - Typos in stories completely cleaned. - Card Template updated. V1 - 27/11/19 Screenshot Preview - Release OTHER DECKS - Study : Kanji, Grammar, Vocabulary - Reading: Manga (Yotsuba), Games (Pokemon, Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest) - Listening : Anime, Pimsleur I've compiled all my resources on my website. You can find hundreds of anime, manga, games ordered by difficulty, direct links to their anki decks; links to video-game japanese scripts, guide on how to study japanese, links to ressources for studying, and various tutorials to help you along the way. If you have any issues with deck, use the contact button, or you can reach me on reddit (Jo-Mako) or Discord (Jo-Mako#7531). Buy me a coffee

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Keyword_RTK Severance
Keyword_KKLC CUT OFF, refuseDECIDE, resolve
Look_Alike_Kanji KANJI RTK KKLC COMPONENTS断SeveranceCUT OFF, refuse DECIDE, resolve米: riceL: shelf; fishhook斤: axe枠FrameFRAME木: tree; wood九: nine; baseball (RTK)十: ten; cross; needle (RTK)料FeeFEEMATERIALS米: rice斗: dipper; measuring cup (RTK)析ChopANALYZE木: tree; wood斤: ae数NumberNUMBER, quantity, count米: rice女: woman攵: strike; taskmaster (RTK)新NewNEW立: stand upx; vase (RTK)木: tree; wood斤: ae粧CosmeticsAPPLY MAKEUP米: rice广: cave (RTK)土: ground; land; soil粒GrainsGRAIN米: rice立: stand upx; vase (RTK)秋AutumnAUTUMN禾: grain; wheat (RTK)火: fire (灬)粉FlourPOWDER米: rice分: part; segment
Story_RTK Fishhook . . . rice . . . ax.
Story_Koohii_1 (Based on fuaburisu´s] A man puts some rice on a fishhook as bait, but catches a fish so strong, he needs to take out his axe and sever the line lest he be dragged into the depths.
Story_Koohii_2 When you get the ax at work, use your severance pay to buy fishhooks and rice. At least that way you can eat sushi.
Story_Wanikani_Meaning_1 A lion harvesting rice uses an axe to cut off the tops of the stalks. The lion is roaming the rice fields using his axe to harvest the rice. He does so by cutting off the part of the rice stalks he needs.
Story_Wanikani_Meaning_2 Picture this lion on his hind legs, walking through a rice field. He’s holding an axe in one hand and acting like a human. See him cut off the plants and hear the whoosh of the axe as he cuts.
Story_Wanikani_Info_1 The lion will cut off rice stalks until dawn (だん). But at the first light of dawn, it will run and hide in the shade of the trees, cut off from the rice.
Story_Wanikani_Info_2 When dawn comes in Africa (it's a lion, so that's where he is) it gets too hot to be in the sun, so the lion gets cut off from his job of cutting things off.
ID_Wanikani 708
ID_RTK_4th_Edition 1136
ID_RTK_6th_Edition 1218
ID_RTK_Lesson_Number 31
ID_RRTK 1218
ID_KKLC_Page 245
ID_JoMako 438
Component 米: riceL: shelf; fishhook斤: axe
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Info_Stroke_Count 11
Info_Radical_Strokes 4
Info_Radical_Reading おの・おのづくり・きん
Info_Radical_Number 69
Info_Classification 会意 Compound Ideographic
Info_Frequency_2000_Words 2
Info_Frequency_5000_Words 4
Info_JLPT_Level 3
Info_JouYou_Level 5
Reading_On ダン
Reading_Kun た,つことわ,る
Reading_Main_On ダン
Vocabulary_List 断る(ことわる): (1) to refuse; to reject; to dismiss; to turn down; to decline (2) to inform; to give notice; to tell in advance 判断(はんだん): judgement; judgment; decision; adjudication; conclusion; decipherment; divination油断(ゆだん): negligence; unpreparedness決断(けつだん): decision; determination
KKLC V1 J 切断する
KKLC V1 R せつだんする
KKLC V1 E cut off, sever
KKLC V2 J 判断
KKLC V2 R はんだん
KKLC V2 E judgment, decision
KKLC V3 J 断る
KKLC V3 R ことわる
KKLC V3 E refuse, reject; give advance notice, inform
KKLC V4 J 決断
KKLC V4 R けつだん
KKLC V4 E decision, determination, resolution
Memrise_Look_Alike_Kanji 枠|料|析|数|新|粧|粒|秋|粉
Memrise_Keyword_Choices frame|fee|chop|number|new|cosmetics|grains|autumn|flour|near|bureaucrat|contrast|dart|abuse|monme|bake|boast|yield|leak|contend
Keyword_Vietnamese ĐOẠN, ĐOÁN
Story_Vietnamese Cầm cái RỪU chặt hạt GẠO ra từng ĐOẠNChú ý phân biệt: 断 (Đoạn) = đứt, cắt đứt vd 断髪 cắt cụt tóc, 断絶 đoạn tuyệt 段 (Đoạn) = quãng, khoảng, vd 階段 cầu thang.Góc nhìn: dùng Búa (斤) giã Gạo (米).==> làm hạt gạo bị đứt gãy hết. (lẽ ra phải dùng chày) ..Tâm Sinh Tính..Dùng rìu cắt lúa thành đoạn cho lên xeBỏ Lúa vào bao cân đo đoán xem bn ký
Keyword_RTK Ghost
Keyword_KKLC DEMON, ghost
Look_Alike_Kanji KANJI RTK KKLC COMPONENTS鬼GhostDEMON, ghost丿: katakana no田: rice field; brain (RTK)儿: human legs厶: myself; elbow (RTK)
Story_RTK Drop of . . . brains . . . human legs . . . elbow.
Story_Koohii_1 鬼(おに) is not a ghost. An ogre or a troll would be a more fitting translation. Such a thing has but a drop of brains and uses its legs and elbows as deadly weapons (a concept which should be familiar from the license (#765) to kill). I'll use "ogre" for this.
Story_Koohii_2 A ghost, or oni, wandering slowly on its human legs, searching for brains to eat. What looks like an elbow here is actually a pictoral representation of the forked tail protruding out of its rear.
Story_Wanikani_Meaning_1 The demon radical and the demon kanji are exactly the same! Wicked!
Story_Wanikani_Info_1 How do you keep a demon locked up? Use a key (き). Use a lock and key and keep that demon locked up safely behind bars so he can’t get out and do bad demon stuff.
Story_Wanikani_Info_2 Picture yourself locking up a demon with a special demon containing key. Hear the key click into the lock as the demon screams to be set free.
ID_Wanikani 762
ID_RTK_4th_Edition 2019
ID_RTK_6th_Edition 2175
ID_RTK_Lesson_Number 55
ID_RRTK 2175
ID_KKLC 2090
ID_KKLC_Page 555
ID_JoMako 660
Component 丿: katakana no田: rice field; brain (RTK)儿: human legs厶: myself; elbow (RTK)
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Info_Stroke_Count 10
Info_Radical_Strokes 10
Info_Radical_Reading おに・きにょう
Info_Radical_Number 194
Info_Traditionnal_Form (none)
Info_Classification 象形 Pictographic
Info_Frequency_2000_Words 2
Info_Frequency_5000_Words 2
Info_JLPT_Level 1
Info_JouYou_Level JH
Reading_Kun おにおに-
Vocabulary_List 鬼(おに): (1) ogre; demon (2) spirit of a deceased person 鬼(おに): (1) ogre; demon (2) spirit of a deceased person
KKLC V1 J 鬼神
KKLC V1 R きじん
KKLC V1 E departed spirit, ghost; terrible god
KKLC V2 J 仕事の鬼
KKLC V2 R しごとのおに
KKLC V2 E demon for work, fierce worker
KKLC V3 R おに
KKLC V3 E demon, ghost
Memrise_Look_Alike_Kanji 鬼|申|旧|由|田|目|白|旨|百
Memrise_Keyword_Choices Ghost|speaketh|olden times|wherefore|rice field|eye|white|delicious|hundred|soup|focus|icicle|overnight|vice-|thick|one|three|eminent|neck|four
Keyword_Vietnamese QUỶ
Story_Vietnamese Thấy con mụ ( chữ ム) ma đang bước đi trên đồng ruộngTrên cánh đồng ,quỷ 2 chân mang theo 1 ma béBản thân tôi đang chạy dưới ruộng trốn thoát con QuỷQUY di (NHAN DUNG) 1 (CHU) minh (TU) tren dong ruong (DIEN).
Keyword_RTK Entrails
Look_Alike_Kanji KANJI RTK KKLC COMPONENTS臓EntrailsINTERNAL ORGAN肉: meat; flesh (RTK) (月)蔵: storehouse黄YellowYELLOW艸: grass; plants; flowers (艹, 龷)由: reason; sprout (RTK); shoot (RTK)ハ: animal legs (RTK)膨SwellEPAND肉: meat; flesh (RTK) (月)壴: drum彡: hair; shape (RTK)騰InflationRISE, jump up朕: we馬: horse膜MembraneMEMBRANE月: moon; month莫: must not; graveyard (RTK)域RangeBOUNDED AREA, district土: ground; land; soil一: one; ceiling, floor (RTK)口: mouth戈: pike; fiesta (RTK)景ScenerySCENE, outlook日: day; sun京: capital獲SeizeCATCH GAME犬: dog (犭)艸: grass; plants; flowers (艹, 龷)隻: vessels脱UndressREMOVEESCAPE FROM肉: meat; flesh (RTK) (月)兑: devil (RTK) (兌) 鑑SpecimenAPPRAISEREFER TO金: gold; metal監: oversee
Story_RTK Part of the body . . . storehouse.
Story_Koohii_1 You signed your organ donor card, right? So, when you die, your entrails and other body parts will be placed in a storehouse.
Story_Koohii_2 Again with the Pyramids, each Pharaoh had their entrails taken out and put into little jars that were shaped in the forms of their Gods and entombed along with the preserved body. So, the entrails are the parts of the body that are placed in the storehouse along with the Pharaoh! Damnit, why can´t they always be this easy? :(.
Story_Wanikani_Meaning_1 Your moon storehouse is another storehouse you own. Remember how your regular storehouse holds zombies (from the kanji 蔵?). Your moon storehouse is on the moon, and it is filled with internal organs.
Story_Wanikani_Meaning_2 Your moon storehouse has internal organs because 1) you have to keep them far away from the zombies or they'll go berserk, and 2) you think it's funny to see them bounce around in low gravity. Boing, boing, boing, haha look at that internal organ.
Story_Wanikani_Info_1 Where did you get all these internal organs from? You actually harvested them from the zombies (ぞう) from your other storehouse.
Story_Wanikani_Info_2 Basically, you store zombies in your regular storehouse, harvest their organs, then launch them into space where they are put into a storehouse on the moon where the zombies will never be able to find them again.
ID_Wanikani 1121
ID_RTK_4th_Edition 851
ID_RTK_6th_Edition 914
ID_RTK_Lesson_Number 25
ID_KKLC 1974
ID_KKLC_Page 526
Component 肉: meat; flesh (RTK) (月)蔵: storehouse
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Info_Stroke_Count 19
Info_Radical_Strokes 6
Info_Radical_Reading にく・にくづき
Info_Radical_Number 130
Info_Classification 形声 Phonetic
Info_Frequency_2000_Words 1
Info_Frequency_5000_Words 1
Info_JLPT_Level 2
Info_JouYou_Level 6
Reading_On ゾウ
Reading_Main_On ゾウ
Vocabulary_List 心臓(しんぞう): heart
KKLC V1 J 臓器
KKLC V1 R ぞうき
KKLC V1 E internal organs, viscera
KKLC V2 J 心臓
KKLC V2 R しんぞう
KKLC V2 E heart
Memrise_Look_Alike_Kanji 黄|膨|騰|膜|域|景|獲|脱|鑑
Memrise_Keyword_Choices yellow|swell|inflation|membrane|range|scenery|seize|undress|specimen|equilibrium|ecellent|voiced|cereals|longing|sort|holy|usual|penal|skirt|augment
Keyword_Vietnamese TẠNG
Story_Vietnamese Nội Tạng được tàg trữ 蔵 trong vòg 1 thág 月Nguyệt tàng trữ nội tạngKho chứa thịt là nội tạngNguyệt làm trong kho Bảo Tàng đầy Nội Tạng

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on 1664312607
Saves lots of time, thank you.

However, the "memrise" thing has suddenly stopped working, and it's kinda unfortunate as I've been placing the needed kanji for my uni classes into my own deck, ordering them by the lessons from the kanji textbook I use; it would be such a drag to try redownloading the deck & order the kanji by the lessons once again as the add-ons don't seem to be the problem...
on 1663464709
The best kanji deck out there
on 1661074385
It's very helpful!! Thank you so much
on 1660491938
This is so beautiful that it makes my way to cry. I can't imagine how much effort you put into this. THANK YOU!
on 1660130653
How can I see how many kanjis that is included in this pack?
Comment from author
There are 2328 kanji. All the ones from RTK, and KKLC.
on 1658868219
An incredibly comprehensive deck. However, I was wondering how one could go about editing the writing data, as some cards seem to be pickier to the point where most stroke inputs are not accepted such as on the 斤 card. Also, certain cards like 吊 appear to be missing some writing data, so is there a method one could use to generate new writing data?
Comment from author
Not really no.
I used this as a source: https://github.com/parsimonhi/animCJK/blob/master/graphicsJa.txt.
I also sometimes the data from different kanji to update some where there was an issue, but that's all I can do.
on 1657303403
on 1656972348
Super good deck. I'm just kind of lost on how make use of the vocab on the recognition cards. Assistance?
Comment from author
You're not supposed to learn them.
Just here to provide informarion on how the kanji is actually used in words.
on 1656234920
Hey I LOVE this deck but can you add sentences to the vocab, too? It'll a PERFECT deck if you could do that
Comment from author
One day, maybe.
on 1654174300
Extremely comprehensive deck. Clear that tons of effort went into making it. Thank you so much!
on 1653136856
There's a tiny pet peeve that could be easily fixed but will take a lot of work: in the mnemonics section, kanji readings mostly use hiragana even if the respective reading itself the story is wrapped around is actually on'yomi. Changing to katakana in these cases can help distinguish between different readings. Other than that, the deck is a great asset!
Comment from author
I understand that, but the mnemonics fields are taken from their respective sources, so unless I'm mistaken, that's how they were written in the first place.
on 1649130541
Awesome deck.

Be careful what fields you have selected as editable for the edit add-on. Having all fields selected broke the writing and memrise cards.

Happy studying! 頑張りましょう!
on 1648807578
Absolutely epic, brilliant work. 5 (million) stars from me!
on 1647303762
Unmatched. Comprehensive, visually digestible (though a bit intimidating at first), and absolutely worthwhile.
on 1644418940
the best kanji deck out there totally recommend
on 1644133868
One of the greatest thing I have seen in my life
on 1643948594
I stopped using my old Kanji deck with this one. the stories and the 3 ways of studying seem more efficient for learning!
on 1643391997
Thank you so so much for this work. It is an amazing source for those who want to do RTK and tweak it here and there according to their own preferences
Just a question: I noticed you told somebody that the Frequency field data was broken and that you planned on fixing it. Do you already know when you plan on doing it? No mean to rush or anything, but I'd just like to know whether it's worth it for me to start doing something similar on my own or not
Also, I have reworked a spreadsheet with Kanji frequencies from various sources (Twitter, Wiki etc.). Feel free to let me know if that can help you & I'll gladly send it

Cheers and thanks for the great work,

Edit: here it is: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1rfPa4cpYp8UQ2ZE5Ds_E0BIzEeKaCLIl?usp=sharing

Comment from author
I can't give you a date, but it's the next thing on my list.
My frequency list will be based on video games though, but yes, send me a link for yours, it will be useful.

Edit: Updated the decks with new frequency fields.
on 1641903233
Much effort is done here. Thanks
on 1641645553
Deck looks incredibly comprehensive and must have taken a lot of effort to put together. However, I read the instructions and still don't get the 'reposition cards' part - do I do that with the RRTK deck or this 'Kanji' deck? i.e I want to drop the RRTK deck, and completely move over to this one - but the due dates aren't updating when I click 'reposition cards'.

Thank you so much for making this deck, and I hope you can help
Comment from author
You do that with this kanji deck.

Go to browser mode, pick the kanji deck, click on "Fields...".
In the options below, select "Sort by this field in the browser" and save. Cards should move.
Use the Sort Field column to reorganize them.
Select all your cards, click on "Cards", "Reposition...", use the default settings if you don't know them, and OK.
The due column should change.

If you have more issues, dm me on discord.
on 1641632440
This is really helpful, shows stroke order, readings, and lots of humorous mnemonics. Great job.
on 1641493659
Thank you
on 1639886243
No words can describe how much I love this deck.
on 1638763823
What does the "frequency" field denote? It seems to be a single digit number. Is that a mistake, or am I interpreting that incorrectly? I am expecting a unique number for each kanji, the ordinal frequency. For example, the frequency of 枝 is 1401 in the "All in One Kanji" deck. That would make it the 1401st most-used kanji in Japanese newspapers.
Comment from author
That data comes from another deck, but I can't remember the source.
Should be based indeed on frequency from newspaper but at some point I messed up an import, and that's just the data from Radical_Strokes instead.
I'll fix it soon.

I'm planning on adding another frequency field for focusing on the number of times it appears in video games and manga instead of newspaper.
on 1637693681
on 1637691327
This deck is more than I could wish for (It has anything I can think of being needed for a kanji deck-I couldn't ask for something more). To be more precise, the whole production card type is the best feature by far! I've been looking for something like this since ages (I'm not even exaggerating). However, I can't seem to find the writing_data for these 12 characters: 篭, 罠, 囁, 呟,醤, 噛, 梱, 塡, 繍, 繋, 壷, 覗. And three of them: 篭, 罠, 呟 are missing their img_gif. Any plans on adding this information for those characters too? I'd deeply appreciate it!
Comment from author
The sources I used didn't have it, so I can't add the missing data, sorry.
on 1637473957
Looks great. Thanks!
on 1637107744
Great deck especially the writing practice with stroke order hints!
on 1635474222
Absolutely amazing deck for inspiring learning kanji
on 1635433014
on 1634624060
Wow. Absolutely amazing deck. I want to thank the author for compiling such an EXTENSIVE deck. I mean the sheer amount of information that is available for each Kanji AND indexed by multiple popular learning methods (RTK, KKLC, WaniKani) AND completely and easily customizable for the user to choose what fields show up on a card...I’ve never seen a deck this well constructed. It has made me look forward to studying Kanji everyday.
on 1633552189
Great deck!
I wonder if there is a reason for not including the WaniKani name/meaning of the Kanji?
Comment from author
I wanted to avoid duplicating the website content as much as possible.
on 1633235735
OMG I love everything about this deck. God bless the author!

Also, all 3 card types work on AnkiDroid!!! <3
on 1633062140
on 1631684376
Very good
on 1629000606
The wealth of information on each card blows other decks away.
on 1628334485
Thank you for the answer. :)
Comment from author
I reuploaded the deck and filled out all the missing memrise cards, but they will all use the same examples.
You can edit it with other kanji if you want.
Check the description for how to do it.

Edit: Thanks for changing the answer.
on 1628175949
The most detailed and the best Kanji deck out there, kudos to you for doing this!
on 1628135701
Amazing deck. It's just on a whole different level; the amount of dedication it must have taken is astounding.

The repetition and exposure I get with the Memrise cards is also helping a lot with retention and obviously with differentiating a lot of similar-looking pairs or trios that stumbled me a lot before. Besides, now repping's actually fun, to the point that I must stop myself from just adding and adding more cards every day.
on 1622895882
Great deck!
on 1622883823
This is the way.
on 1622521857
gives shit ton of info
on 1621686367
Great work !
on 1621195248
Thank you and sorry for the trouble I'm not familiar with how this app works 👍
Comment from author before post was edited
Yes, it's because each note (one for each kanji) has 3 different cards.

Go to browser to suspend the other 2 card types if you want.
In the search bar, type the following:
card:"PRODUCTION: Keyword to Kanji"
card:"MEMRISE: Keywords to Kanji"

You can suspend all the cards from those card types.
"RECOGNITION: Kanji to Keyword" is the first card type, so the one by default.

There are 2328 notes (kanji) x3 = 6984 cards in the deck.
on 1620162030
It blew my mind how many informations are in this deck, and it's very useful !
on 1617670197
Speechless, you the real mvp.
on 1615510499
this deck is better than my grandma's lasagna. On God this deck gooder than a mug
Comment from author
Put your grandma's lasagna in a mug, best thing ever.
on 1613987088
Amazing deck, thank you!
on 1613519753
on 1613150059
Great deck. It surpassed my expectations.
on 1613078781
The kanji 填(keyword: inlay) is missing its img_gif and possibly other information.

also the same goes for 喻 keyword: metaphor.
Comment from author
You're right.
I'll look in it, see if I can add the missing informations.
on 1612451609
Just Wow!
on 1611136935
Best Kanji deck I tried so far! Thank you so much for this :D
on 1610620194
Underrated deck. Must-have for kanji learning!
on 1610176081
Honestly is the best Kanji deck that I have tried. It gives you everything all in one screen. There are stories for each Kanji to help memorize and it breaks down what the different Kanji are in the more difficult ones. This in my go to deck. Highly recommend.
on 1608132347
I finally finished it! Thank you for this deck, without it I don't know how I would have gotten though kanji!
Comment from author
Ah, thank you! That makes me very happy.
on 1606325393
Very exhaustive:p
on 1604529368
Great deck for learning kanji. Found it helpful to see the different authors' opinions on keywords, and liked the KKLC order.
on 1593976357
Great deck! very useful and nicely organized,it would be nice to have some kind of card template optimized for production,as in just some keywords (meanings) of the kanji on the front and the rest on the back.

EDIT:I found a problem,since the font family is set to arial some of the kanji are shown in their "chinese" versions instead of their "japanese" versions this is easily seen in the characters for "sea" and "every" the correct kanji are 海 and 毎 without the 2 "drops" in the middle,the front cards have those drops.

I don't know how to change the font correctly,tried going to the browser and changing the font,but it remains the same,I hope the author can tell me how to change the font and fix this issue.
Comment from author
Thank you!
Yes production card template is my to do list. It's just a long list.

EDIT: You're absolutely right. I downloaded the top kanji decks to check and they have the same problem. I changed the font to MS PMincho, since that's what I used in my other decks. There were a lot fields to change, and you can't change the look-alike tab because it's all written in html before import. Anyway, I made all the corrections, and uploaded the deck again. All good now. Thanks for pointing it out.
on 1592756037
Tried a few different RTK and KKLC decks, this on PC is by far the best
on 1589525404
this is cool, thank you!
on 1583488196
on 1583177769
great work!
on 1577261525
Thank you for sharing. :) Really good deck
on 1575145045
Best Kanji Deck!

I use KKLC as my main way to study Kanji but also used to do RTK so I like that it combines RTK and KKLC but uses KKLC order. All info about RTK is still here so it's also great for me as I can use some koohii stories. I love that it includes radical information so other learners not familiar with RTK can still take advantage of the stories. you can also click 'more stories' if some of the given stories didn't click with you. There's also the KKLC vocab for context. and some other info.

I tried most of the kanji deck but this is the best one so far. Looks great on mobile and I actually enjoy studying instead of dreading it.

Well made deck. Thanks!