NihongoShark.com Kanji Deck25.70MB. 3 audio & 2202 images. Updated 2015-11-14.
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in ' my story ' is blank and you hve to fill them yourself by copying from koohistories.. this WASTE so much time that can be used for learning..
edit: 3/5 > 4/5 (this should be green thumb but I still make red thumb so everyone can read my complains >.>)
after reading other reviews I found out you can modify the card so it can do reverse review (KanjitoKeyword) or download "Anki Advanced Copy" addon to copy the content of fields to another fields.. but it can only be done using computer.. when I first using this deck I'm using Ankidroid and been using it for 1 month++ before I installed Anki on my PC.. yeah, still the wasted time and configuring.. if only nihongoshark said something in the description tho..
Admittedly I've only gone through 180 kanji through 6 days worth of studying, but so far it's been pretty great. The fact that the deck has not only the Heisig story + comments but also the usually much better Koohii stories to contrast to them has been great... particularly when I'm drawing a blank for coming up with a 'MyStory'.
To the uninitiated- that it, to those who didn't come here from https://nihongoshark.com/learn-kanji/- then I'll just say this: if you want a solid deck for Japanese study, one that not only shows you the kanji in the easiest order but also gives you a good variety of mneumonics to help with the memorization process, pick THIS one up specifically for your kanji study. You won't go wrong :)
11/13 Update: I AM A CRAZY PERSON: I've learned 712 kanji in 22 days 0_0 ....well, 'learnt' in a manner of speaking; I have only 54 'mature' cards, and the rest are 'young and learning', but I digress. Moreover, my mission is to learn 31 Kanji every day; what is the reason for this insanity? To learn all the kanji (or at least be 'young and learning' all the kanji') by the new year: before January 1st. Still, no regrets so far, and the deck has proved very effective for my learning: I find the Koohii stories included in the deck particularly useful, as 75% of the time they're better then any stories I try coming up with. So yeah, this still comes recommended: hopefully I can give you a more complete review once it's over :)
I would like to review all the Kanjis for JLPT N4 and JLPT N3. Can someone please help me out.
I have to thank the author for the hard work of putting everything together.
But my review is actually addressed to negative reviews, that are based upon ignorance about the Anki app:
(1) all cards HAVE info about the kun/on-yomi readings, and you CAN show it indeed.
(2) you DO NOT NEED go to the Edit page if you want to see all the stories each time you flip a card.
(3) with some step you could also modify it so to be a keyword -> kanji deck (or onyomi -> keyword, or everything you want)
Anki is a highly-customizable tool, with a lot of features and wonderful add-ons you could explore; here I'm going to explain how to implement just these 3 simple changes.
Go to "browse" and select this deck (on the left). You see all the fields? (id/frameNoV4/frameNoV6/keyword/....) These are all info about cards, a lot of info... but not everything has been chosen to show up when you flip cards. However you can modify this behavior in 2 simple steps.
Let's say you want to train kun/on-yomi readings:
it is sufficient to click on the "Cards..." button and you'll see the HTML code to format front and back of cards; in the "back template" window you can simply uncomment the lines about kun/on readings, and also stories if you want (a comment starts with "<!--" and ends with "-->").
This changes apply to the format of all the cards, and can be done very quickly.
The 3-rd point need a little more effort: basically you need to download the "Create Copy of Selected Cards" Add-On ( https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/787914845 ) and copy this deck to a new deck I'll call the "Inverse", so that your old deck is untouched.
Now you can browse to the Inverse deck, click the "Cards..." button, and swap the content of the "Front Template" with that of the "Back Template" windows, making sure to *comment out* everything except the keyword (or everything you want to keep).
That's all, ガンバレ！
I went through all 2200 Kanji and made flash cards of every single one. This took forever, but it was so helpful on my beginning of learning this system. Thank you! :)
thank you for your efforts. helped me a lot. looking forward to use it.
so good so good i fell good yeahhh
So far so good!
This is my first time trying RTK and it's been fun so far.
I'm not sure why people give bad reviews when it says "it's used with the instructions from nihongoshark". People need to read before reviewing ' -'
Anyway, anyone knows which edition of RTK I need for this deck? I assume the 6th edition but I want to be sure.
This Deck is just great and easy to customize. I reached halfway the 2200 kanji in about 2.5 months. In the meantime to got the Heisig RTK book and I will take a break in order to only review the first half of the deck before going forward.
However I have 2 questions to ask.
1. Regarding my earlier question about the Deck skipping Kanji's when there is a greater number than 2200 in the Field of *frameNoV4*, I figured out a way to reposition the due order of the Cards and avert to problem. But I still do not know why the skipping occurred in the first place.
2. Regarding my second question about wanting to make a list or deck of the primitives of RTK from the NihongoShark.com Kanji Deck and the Heisig RTK1 V6 book, I came across this RTK1 V6 chart: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Z0BUSie8wh0JqlUejezs3EqauJuF-zKEomOQnqm9J08/edit?pref=2&pli=1#gid=0 which may function as base to set up my list of primitives and related meaning.
Both the RTK method and this Deck are excellent ways to attempt conquering the Kanji. Thanks.
I had some difficulties along the way but I'm almost done, and it works really well for me.
All the points you talked about in your comment is explained in the site given in the description of this deck (https://nihongoshark.com/learn-kanji/) - You're not supposed to use this deck without looking at that first.
Worst.kanji have many meaning but why you only add just one meaning each kanji.and when you want to read kohii story you must see it from edit deck,its so annoying. moreover i still cant remember some/lots kanji even review it 10 times.so this flashcard not worth for learning kanji
...but the deck seems to be working for me. Using the Heisig stories have helped to remember some of the more abstract Kanji and I've managed to guess the meaning of a few brand new characters first time.
Each card contains the kanji, keyword, stroke order diagram, example words, plus the Heisig story and the top two stories of koohii.
If I could give any advice about using this deck, it would be to modify the front of the cards to display the keyword instead of the kanji, and do your reviews by writing the kanji down from memory. This is how Heisig says to study, I predict trouble down the road if you can't produce the kanji you learn from memory.
So I really love this deck, & it's helped me a lot.
Thanks to the guy who claimed everyone besides them is a "shill", but they are full of it. The deck is legit.
They are, however, correct in that it does not have the kun/on(pronunciation). It's actually on purpose. It's meant to show you the meaning, so you can learn the kanji that way. It is laid out and explained in depth if you simply follow the link in the information above. So yeah, that explained that.
That being said, however, I am giving it 4 out of 5 stars because I think that the pronunciation should still be there, if only as an optional addition to this deck.
Myself, I intend to simply continue putting it in the "myStory" section as I go along/learn new kanji. While it'd be nice if it was already done(like I said, hence it being 4 instead of 5 stars imho), it really doesn't take long at all to put it in myself, & in fact I find it sticks in my head better when I go out of my way to look it up and ensure it's the correct meaning via cross-referencing. Guess what - learning takes time. & that's okay. Things aren't always gonna be laid out perfectly for you. That doesn't mean this deck is useless, & it certainly doesn't deserve a crap rating. But hey that's just my opinion. So ultimately, that's what it boils down to. & you're entitled to yours as well. But since someone else decided to share theirs, I figured a rebuttal was only fair. :P
Again, not a shill. Just a person who found this very helpful - even if it's not perfect. I recommend it for anyone trying to learn Japanese, for sure. But I also must recommend reading the link provided in the information at the top of this page. Also, if you are like me & want to know how to say the word you're looking at in your target language, instead of just learning the /meaning/ of it & then learning how to say it later on, then I suggest doing what I did(putting that info in yourself as you go along, I mean - you only need to fill it in once for each card/kanji, & you're good to go from that point on).
Thank you for making this deck, Niko. This & a lot of other study material. It's been a huge help!
PS: They say kun is more day-to-day important/useful than on, so if you only are gonna put in one, make it the kun pronunciation. At least, that's what I would do if I had to choose. On is only used when it's strictly kanji put together to make special "bigger" words, that are akin to using "big words" in english. That is, while you can do it, too much will just make you sound pompous & isn't really needed to fully understand the language & speak on a native level. Again, I am not a teacher nor am I Japanese myself, so this is just peer-to-peer advice you're getting. Good luck, strangers!
Unless you're worried about quitting, doing it keyword->kanji is a better use of your time. It is certainly easier to get started the reverse way, but several who tried this shortcut found it made their memory of the kanji fuzzier in comparison.
See here for more on this issue: http://forum.koohii.com/thread-11652.html
Ignore the 5 star reviews those are all shills. This deck only gives you the meaning for the kanji, it doesn't tell you how to read them. You have to click a link to go to a website if you want to see the reading, it's extremely inefficient to have to do that repeatedly for literally every f*cking one.
I went from only knowing a few hundred kanji to knowing 2200, and all over the course of a few months! Now I'm compiling huge vocabulary lists from light novels since learning new vocab is now 100 times easier!
Loving this deck! I'm new to all of this, but can now recognise over 100 kanji thanks to this deck :) It's only been a few days, so I'm very happy with that result. I'd recommend reading the linked article at nihongoshock as well
This is the best method I have used to learn Kanji! I'm at around ~700 kanji right now and have about a ~90% retention rate. Though you don't need the book 'Heisig's Remebering the Kanji' (I'm not using it) it could be nice to have, both to support Heisig and to get a better grasp of the primitives.
This deck was a lifesaver. Previously I was using memrise to learn all the jouyou kanji in the order that Japanese students learn them. However, this is a TERRIBLE idea, mainly because the order is based on how difficult the idea that the kanji conveys is rather than the amount of strokes.. For foreign learners of Japanese, it is much better to start with kanji with few strokes (as well as radicals) and learn their meanings (even though some are quite obscure, like gall bladder). Then kanji with many strokes become much easier because you can just look at the radicals within them and create a mnemonic to help yourself remember it. This is the method that this deck uses and it was very helpful. It took me around 4 months to complete and I now know the meanings of 2,200 kanji with around a 90% retention rate.
It's a great way to approach Kanji, with lots of content and an intuitive order.
Thank you so much for this! Day after day I'm getting better at this, also thank you a lot for introducing me to Anki! Best study tool I ever used!
Very helpful, but definitely use in addition to the Remembering the Kanji book, not just instead of. This deck doesn't include the primitives.
It definitely helps me learning the meaning of the Kanji. Many information and fun to study. thanks !