All in One Kanji Deck (Heisig's RTK Order, 6th edition)1.32MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2017-04-04.
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|English||foster, bring up, rear, develop, nurture|
|Examples||栄養(えいよう): nutrition; nourishment教養(きょうよう): cultivation; refinement; culture; education休養(きゅうよう): rest; break; recreation扶養(ふよう): support (family, esp. dependents: children or spouse); maintenance保養(ほよう): health preservation; recuperation; recreation養う(やしなう): to rear; to maintain; to support (e.g. family); to cultivate養護(ようご): nursing; (protective) care養分(ようぶん): nourishment; nutrient|
|Components||羊: sheep食: eat; food|
|Number of Strokes||15|
|Koohii Story 1||A sheep became the foster parent for a wolf pup, feeding it with milk. This story cannot end well...|
|Koohii Story 2||Judy Foster in "The Silence of the Lambs" is what Dr. Hannibal-the cannibal-Lecter would like to eat.|
|RTK Index (new)||1591|
|Tags||JLPT.N1 grade4 kanjifreq751-1000|
|English||wooden or lacquered bowl|
|Examples||椀(わん): Japanese soup bowl; wooden bowl|
|Components||木: tree; wood宛: address; just like; fortunately|
|Number of Strokes|
|Koohii Story 1||Wooden bowls made of wood have the address of the maker on the on the side.|
|Koohii Story 2||"This is a specially hand-crafted wooden bowl. If you turn is over, you can see the address of the craftsman on the bottom."|
|RTK Index (new)||2550|
|Tags||JLPT.N0 ShouldSuspend gradeS+ jinmeiyou|
|English||plug up, obstruct|
|Examples||窒息(ちっそく): suffocation; choking|
|Components||穴: hole; aperture; slit; cave; den至: climax; arrive; proceed; reach; attain; result in|
|Number of Strokes||11|
|Koohii Story 1||Sticking a plug up your hole will lead to stronger climaxes.|
|Koohii Story 2||Here we have a Hole and Climax to mean PLUG UP. This is so butt-f**king easy, pun intended. If you PLUG UP her Hole, she will Climax.|
|RTK Index (new)||1418|
|Tags||JLPT.N1 gradeS kanjifreq1501-2000 Kanji_Nature_Substance|
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I've taken my copy of the book (REMEMBERING THE KANJI, VOL. I, Sixth edition: 3rd printing, 2014, Kindle Fire HDX edition) and written some quick software to extract the order and the keywords from the ebook data itself. Then I dumped your cards and wrote a little something to compare the two.
This is an exhaustive list of the descrepencies, after manually fixing what appear to be obvious typos in the ebook (Like saying the keywoard for 子 is 'all' even though the text goes on to describe it as 'child')
I think some of the descrepencies may be from various different editions of the book. The difference between 'affix' and 'post a bill' seems to be the sort of thing that was edited in for clarity, as an example. So it may be impossible to prevent some commenters from getting their panties in a bunch over keyword differences, but the bulk of the errors are genuine mistakes like missing keywords.
And even more discrepencies come from this pack having entries that are not contained in the book. I see they ARE on your google docs spreadsheets, though? So perhaps they come in later volumes of the book.
I'll watch to see if you fix this up yourself, otherwise you may not still be maintaining this and I'll see if I can release a fixed version myself.
The most common complaints (and simple solutions) are:
1) Includes recognition cards as well as recall - to fix just filter on all recognition cards and suspend or even delete them all...
2) The default word on the recall cards is the English translation rather than Heisig keyword - to fix just edit the recall card to use the Keyword rather than the English field.
Alright, so what? All you have to do is edit the card layout, no biggie, right? No. None of the indexes are correct. I have RTK 6th edition sitting in front of me right now, and these orderings are all over the place after the first 10.
The keywords often differ from Heisig's keywords (again, got my 6th edition right here!), making it obnoxious as you have to stop when you're in a groove and edit the stinking cards to fix it.
Idk why someone would spend all this time adding thousands of cards containing this many mistakes.
I'm also having a similar issue as another person with customisation as I wish to only review the cards from the keyword to the kanji as Heisig very explicitly points out. If this were simply my ignorance and I was easily able to change these settings in Anki, then could I please be informed, and the review would rightfully be changed to 5 stars.
I'm currently using this deck along RTK but I can't delete the recognition cards no matter what. In the RTK it's stressed that you should only study from keyword to kanji and that's what I want to do with the deck but I can't find a way. When I go to tools -> type of notes -> kanji -> cards... a windows pops-up with two tabs: recognition, recall; but when I try to delete the recognition ones a message appear "Deleting this type of card would resulte in deleting one or more notes. Please create first a new type of card" and I can't do anything :-(
I used this deck for a while, but it contains numerous errors and omissions -- enough to make me worry about anything I learn using it. For example:
* The number of strokes is missing on nearly half the notes.
* The Heisig keyword field is blank on 31 notes, and says "#NAME?" on 2 more.
* Many of the Heisig keywords are misspelled -- e.g., "facsimilie", or worse, "stationary" for 䇳 "stationery".
* Other keywords appear to be from past editions -- *not* the 6th edition the deck's description refers to. E.g. 峠 which should be "mountain pass", and 説 which should be "explanation".
There's a lot of other data in this deck which is useful. Some of it -- like the definitions -- is far too voluminous to belong on a card for any kind of spaced repetition. (See the "minimum information principle" discussed in the Anki manual, and in the Supermemo article the manual links to.) I haven't been looking closely at any of that other information because I haven't been using it; I'd worry that it also contains a lot of errors.
Fortunately, if you're studying the kanji following Heisig's method as described in RTK, you don't need most of that information -- just accurate copies of Heisig's numbering and keywords, with the kanji and the stroke counts. For that, the deck "Remembering the Kanji writings 1-3000" is excellent.
This is absolutely amazing! If you're having trouble disabling the recognition deck search for this:
"deck:All in one Kanji - RTK order (new edition)" "card:Recognition"
Then you can disable those cards until you're ready. Totally agree with the creator, use this in tandem with the book.
The decks is really great. It has a great amount of info, and even provides mnemonics to help learn the kanji.
However, I do have one problem, that the stroke order only show the kanji, and not the actual order. That also makes the recall cards much less effective since you don't actually know how to write the kanji.
Other than that, the deck is fantastic.
how can I learn the cards in the order they are supposed to reviewed? After downloading all cards they are mixed up when sorting after Due. Even cards with tags like "1-250" do not have the correct order to learn. Is that a beginner fault in anki? Nobody seems to have the same issue with this deck. What am I doing wrong?
Nevertheless impressive work, you're a great help for the community.
Amazing deck, I couldn't have done this without it.
However, I've completely finished both RTK 1 & 3. But there are still a lot of kanji that doesn't have a keyword and aren't featured in the RTK volume 3. I'm a little confused as what I should do with them. I couldn't find anything on Koohii forums about it either. Again, thanks for the amazing deck!
1. start a quizz on this deck
2. click "edit" (bottom left corner)
3. click "cards..."
4. click the little red "x" on the "recall" tab
5. say ok, ok, close, close
If you do not like this deck, your issue is more with customizing Anki than with the deck itself. You must go to Tools> Edit Note Type> Cards to change what you need to change. You can mark out unnecessary HTML with comment tags <!-- blahblah -->. You can also suspend cards that have the kanji on the front through the deck browser.
Please ignore the 3 star review someone left.
Huge thanks to the author for making this deck and keeping it updated with the new RTK. It has every possible piece of information you could want about your Kanji and multiple tags to let you sort the list according to your needs.
I really appreciate the immense amount of work that went into making this deck. It was of huge help in my Kanji studies. A big thumbs up to the creator.
P.S. To the reviewer below and anyone with a similar issue, I highly recommend getting more familiar with using Anki. It allows very thorough customization, especially with well prepared decks like this one. You can easily change the cards to only ask you for the recognition part of the Kanji. There is no need to keep the "Recall" cards in the deck, if you don't consider them useful.
Is there a way to disable the keyword to kanji cards? I'm not interested in output at all. I just want to learn how to read so all I want is to study kanji to keyword. The current setup is just doubling the time I could take finishing this.