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1) Have decent proficiency in Japanese, enough to get around/talk/read/write.
2) Visit Japan for a week or so one summer.
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I'd suggest just learning each kanji individually until you have several mastered. It's hard to try and learn the combinations if they include kanji you haven't studied yet.
Read over the jukugo examples to help you get a feel for words that the kanji you are studying is used in, but don't worry about memorizing them just yet.
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