Kodansha kanji learner's course with vocabulary11.49MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2017-12-03.
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I can honestly say that between the book and this deck, it was by far the best time I have invested into my Japanese study. I still review this deck every day, as especially the recall of how to write characters is pretty slippery, but by the time I had finished the deck the second time and reviewed all my cards for a couple months, I was essentially able to pick up novels and face almost no issues with the kanji barrier. Now a year later I pick up novels and read news articles like they're no big deal, and the combo of this deck and the KKLC textbook are the two things I credit the most with that.
Not everyone will see success as fast as I did since I dedicated an insane amount of hours to it, and it's a big challenge, but if you stick to it with KKLC and this amazing deck, I am confident anyone can succeed. Thanks a lot to the maker of this deck for all of their hard work!
Thanks a lot!
I'm 1005 kanji in deep and it's been great so far. I also added some words that were common but not in the book.
I'm only ~200 kanji deep, but it seems to match the book. As far as design goes, it's the best KKLC deck for anki by far. I like how nicely the suggested vocab is distinguished. Definitely still needs the lang="ja" to correct the font on android, though.
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GOOD. Author have done great work. THX!
KUN and ON readings still have issues. For example 潮 has been fixed from しょお to しお but 東京 is still ときょう. Keep up the good work as this has the potential to be one of the best Japanese anki decks but for the meantime I'm still to wary to use it as it is.
This deck has everything you want: the kanji, their readings, vocabulary to practice those readings, and stroke order. Just memorizing Kanji and their readings isn't nearly as useful as learning vocabulary, and by learning the vocab you are learning the readings. This is the best deck out there for that.
Many of the cards have incorrect kanji readings, so many that I believe this deck to be unusable for a beginner. I would recommend looking elsewhere.
As far as I can see, it's really comprehensive, great job! Really nice to have key vocab to associate the kanji. As an older student, I do have 3 points I'd be grateful for help with: 1. Finding a way to make the kanji / kana characters larger would really help a lot! (Esp. for the "bolded" characters. For example, on my Mac, the bold script in 文書 o makes the 2nd character very hard to read. Not a problem in this case, but for complex characters I don't know, it could be tough. 2. I like to differentiate by color to help my eyes distinguish on- and kun- readings, also (again, I'd prefer bolder colors). And 3., when I mouse over the on- / kun- yomi, I'd like to see these better (because they're already a bit faint, as well as small, in size, and my arrow partially obscures reading these). Finally, If there's a way I can set up "batch" changes for these preferences, that'd make this pretty much perfect -- !
I can't believe someone did this. I just started the book. 30 a day and up to 180. Drilling them alone on paper is amazing and all, but seeing them some other ways should help immensely. I will continue to drill on paper of course and use this as a supplement.
Holy crap. This guy right here.
I can't believe someone FINALLY shared an Anki deck for the Kodansha Kanji Learner's Course. This is much nicer than the one I was making day by day for myself. Thank you so much!