Here are lists list of kanji by frequency in both novels and in Wikipedia listings. It just has everything and is nicely formatted. None of the questions ask you anything about a single Kanji in Heisig style. I wonder if this is perhaps a rationale behind its continued inclusion? I have been making a lot of progress with this wonderful deck.
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Also If you know the stroke order for radicals you can ignore trying to learn it for individual kanji a most of the time stroke order is defined in the radicals. Now I know why the decorative windows in Korean restaurants look so damned Asian. I actually like the jouyou list and glad they cared enough to revise it some. Mastering these even helps you gain Level 2 in Kanken, the kanji test for native Japanese 10 levels, level 1 is the hardest. Do you have a patreon or something to donate to?
How does anki generate the html on the cards for this if it can’t tell where one field ends and the next begins? Three years later, there was news as recently as last month of a tentative list to be released in February of Right now im at just below jouyou kanji, without this list id have utterly no idea as to how many i know, and for that i am grateful.
Since I already knew all the readings for the kanji, memorizing was a snap. Some years later, as a side effect of reading, I now know a nice percentage of Jouyou kanji. A radical deck can be found here: However, I do have a few questions I was wondering you could maybe answer. They should be doing it every year. Archived from the original on 14 February It was a little confusing to me at first, but I fought my way through and was able to execute the update, including reimporting Heisig stories even though I rarely seem to use them.
Thanks for making this great deck. Knowing a single character is not going to get you anywhere. Retrieved from ” https: You have to pick the sentence with the word that uses the same kanji as the question.
This is really inconvenient and there doesn’t seem to be a way to sort them in the correct order but oh well I’m already this far in might as well keep going. I also recomend jisho.
The list does serve a jojyou purpose jjouyou foreigners learning the language too. So it’s my advice that if you use the RTK order of this deck, you should suspend all kanji outside jouyou list maybe just unsuspend the primitives that help you kajni later kanji. Personally, I think we would have been better off without the damn list in the first place.
A little info about Jouyou Kanji: Another reason to ignore the list. I learned kanji well, at least of them so far through the book by Henshall, which, yes, is based on the jouyou list. Awesome deck Thanks for adding the recognition and recall portion in the notes, that is exactly what I was looking for. These Jouyou Kanji were ordered to appear first in this deck in school grade order.
Also made a little change to the card format. Which grades get which new characters I wonder….
The Jouyou Kanji
The jouyou kanji list is the sum of all the characters taught in elementary school and junior high. I have jouyoi making a lot of progress with this wonderful deck. Jojyou one ever set any limits on novels and magazines and other publications if I recall correctly except maybe encouraging them to use furigana for hard kanji.
I only ever considered the list a side aid, something i could look at to gauge my level and pick up a few new kanji here and there that seem useful.