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250 essential Kanji for everyday use (vol. 2)

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Tuttle Language Library, 22x28 cm, 232 pgs.

250 essential Kanji for everyday use (vol. 1)

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Tuttle Language Library, 22x28 cm, 240 pgs.

Genki plus: Kanji look and learn. 512 kanji with illustrations and mnemonic hints

Banno, Eri m.fl.
The Japan Times, 244 pgs.

Kanji can be easily learned through fun illustrations and mnemonic hints.
Users can readily look up the meaning, readings, stroke count, and stroke order of kanji.
The various indexes at the end of the book allow learners to easily look up a particular kanji or kanji vocabulary.

The companion workbook helps users to learn kanji not only at the level of characters and words, but also in the context of sentences and longer text.

Genki plus : Kanji look and learn, 512 kanji with illustrations and mnemonic hints

Banno, Eri & al.
The Japan Times, 176 pgs
Workbook.

Let's learn more Kanji

Covington, Richard Glenn Mitamura, Joyce Yumi & Mitamura, Yasuko Kosaka
Kodansha, 21x28 cm,  310 pgs.
Family groups, learning strategies, and 300 complex kanji.

A guide to learning Hiragana & Katakana: First steps to reading and writing Japanese

G. Henshall, Kenneth with Takagaki, Tetsuo

Tuttle language library, 22x28 cm, 120 pgs.

A guide to remembering Japanese characters

G. Henshall, Kenneth
Tuttle Language Library, 16x23 cm, 674 pgs.
  • Explains origins and meanings of over 2000 characters
  • Offers valuable suggestions for memorizing characters
  • Includes all the standard character officially designated for common use

Writing Hiragana: An introductory Japanese language workbook

Gleeson, Jim
Tuttle Language Library, 80 pgs.
Each character is introduced with bruched, handwritten, adn typed samples that enhance character recognition. Extensive space for writing allows maximun practise to facilitate memorization and to ensure proper character formation.

Writing Katakana: An introductory Japanese language workbook

Gleeson, Jim
Tuttle Language Library, 80 pgs.
Each character is introduced with bruched, handwritten, adn typed samples that enhance character recognition. Extensive space for writing allows maximun practise to facilitate memorization and to ensure proper character formation.

A guide to writing Kanji & Kana: book 2

Hadamitzky, Wolfgang & Spahn, Mark
Tuttle language library.

A guide to writing Kanji & Kana: book 1

Hadamitzky, Wolfgang & Spahn, Mark
Tuttle language library.

A self-study workbook for learning japanese characters

  • Features over 750 of the most commonly used characters
  • Includes hiragana and katakana
  • Gives readings, meanings, compounds, and stroke order
  • Provides ample space for writing practis
  • Together with book 2, presents all 1945 basic characters

Kanji & Kana: A handbook of the Japanese writing system

Hadamitzky, Wolfgang & Spahn, Mark
Tuttle.

Kanji cards vol 1: 448 flash cards

Kask, Alexander
Tuttle.

You can master japanese Kanji. In a flash will help.

  • Contains 448 flash cards featuring the most common japanese Kanji and phrases used in everyday speech and writing
  • Provides related words, phrases, and expressions for each main word
  • Lists radicals and stroke order for writing each character as well as romanized pronunciations for both native and Chinese-origin readings
  • Indexes allow you to sort and use the cards in a various ways

Kanji from the start. A comprehensive Japanese reader

Lam, Martin & Kaoru, Shimizu
Kodansha, 18x26 cm, 369 pgs.
Kanji from the start is for students of japanese who need to know kanji in order to acquire and improve japanese reading skills. Specially designed for classroom use as well as for easy reference, it introduces over 600 commonly-used kanji and more than 1000 compounds through imformative and conceptualized texts related to politics, science, finance and computering, among other subjects.

Kanji power. A workbook for mastering Japanese characters

Millen, John
Tuttle, 18x26 cm, 192 pgs.

Let's learn Kanji

Mitamura, Joyce Yumi & Mitamura, Yasuko Kosaka
Kodansha, 21x28 cm, 256 pgs.

An introduction to radicals, components, and 250 very basic kanji.

Not simply a brilliant exposition but also a workbook, it teaches the student how to write the basic strokes, how to put these together into full-fledged kanji, and how kanji function in the context of example sentences.

Writing systems of the world

Nakanishi, Akira
Tuttle

Remembering the Kanji (vol. 1)

W. Heisig, James
Japan publications, 15x22 cm, 524 pgs.

Let's learn Hiragana. First book of basic Japanese writing

Yasuko Kosaka Mitamura
Kodansha, 21x28 cm, 71 pgs.

Let's learn Katakana. Second bokk of basic Japanese writing

Yasuko Kosaka Mitamura
Kodansha, 21x28 cm, 88 pgs.

Decoding Kanji. A practical approach to learning look-alike characters

Habein, Yaeko S.
Kodansha, 144 pgs.

This book takes up one of the most difficult aspects of learning kanji: the fact that many of them look so very much alike.

The heart of this book is formed by the numerous exercises and quizzes that introduce subtle differences between kanji and help students commit them to memory. 

Remembering the Kanji 2

Heisig, James W.
University of Hawai'i Press, 397 pgs.
Following the first volume, the present work takes up the pronunciation of characters and provides students with helpful tools for memorizing them.

Remembering the Kanji 1

Heisig, James W.
University of Hawai'i Press, 460 pgs.
The aim of this book is to provide the student with a simple method for correlating the writing and the meaning of Japanese characters in such a way as to make them both easy to remember. It is intended not only for the beginner, but also for the more advanced student looking for some relief from the constant frustration of how to write the kanji and some way to systematize what he or she already knows.