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We're very excited to introduce our newest game: Kanji Keywords! Kanji Keywords brings together two of the most important learning...
Chopsticks are among the most useful and important implements in daily life in Japan - you literally need them to eat! Learn about the...
Drawing a kanji by hand is one of the best ways to truly cement it in your memory. We are delighted to announce that Kanji Draw is now...
The best way to learn Japanese kanji readings is to learn the most useful words that use them. In the same way, it is easier to learn words...
We're delighted to announce several improvements to the Drawing center. Drawing kanji yourself is a great way to cement them in your mind,...
Flashcards are a great learning tool, and with the modern convenience of phones and computers, more accessible than ever. Kanshudo includes...
As part of our transition to the new Japanese Mastery system, which tracks your progress with grammar and vocabulary as well as kanji in...
Ever since we started Kanshudo a few years ago, one of the most consistently requested features has been for help answering questions like...
Kanji Builder, along with a conversation with our founder Jonathan Kirk, was featured on Joy o' Kanji, the kanji 'deep dive' website. Joy o'...
We're excited to announce a new set of kanji collections on Kanshudo: our 'core' collections. We've collected and organized full sets...
For those of you actively studying Japanese, we have great news: a set of 42 collections of all kanji used in the very popular Japanese for...
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Kanshudo is your AI Japanese tutor, and your constant companion on the road to mastery of the Japanese language. To get started learning Japanese, just follow the study recommendations on your Dashboard. You can use Quick search (accessible using the icon at the top of every page) to look up any Japanese word, kanji or grammar point, as well as to find anything on Kanshudo quickly. For an overview, take the tour.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points, examples), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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