Advice on kanji flashcards

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  • Migaku-Kanji-Addon

    Learn kanji within the context of the vocab in your Anki collection. Comes with a powerful lookup browser.

    Slightly different advice... use the [Kanji God add-on]( from migaku. Once configured, it will pull kanji from your upcoming vocab cards. So you'll see/use the kanji in context shortly after studying it.

  • anki

    Anki's shared backend and web components, and the Qt frontend

    Also, use Anki for flashcards and pick up a pre-built deck of basic vocab. When you're ready to start reading, I suggest you try out Satori Reader as it has built in tools to make learning to read a lot less painful.

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