notes, links and hints for learning japanese.
the japanese language education center once posted an average of 2000 study hours needed to pass a jlpt n2 language proficiency test
kanji tree it is free, particularly fast, teaches you kanji components, teaches you all jouyou kanji, tracks progression, gives example words by shared readings, lets you explore, collect and train the words you want to learn, lets you train handwriting, has a dictionary. ive tried other apps including some relatively expensive paid ones but none were better
topokanji-deck anki flashcards and data csv with example words where no kanji is introduced before its parts
kanjicards flashcards with example words
kanji radicals anki deck
jōyō kanji official guide to kanji characters and their readings. "a literacy baseline for those who have completed compulsory education, as well as a list of permitted characters and readings for use in official government documents"
jōyō kanji characters as text