Genally I've found that books that attempt to teach kanji end up dropping roumaji pretty early; however, Japanese Step by Step does utilize kanji and roumaji throughout and has rather expansive vocabulary lists. Unfortunatly, there is no workbook, so there is a lot less integrated structure and excersizes than a course that comes with a workbook. I dropped the book a while back, but it might be worth considering. Luckily, it is also relatively cheap. It is supposed to simplify Japanese and many people like the tables, but I personally found them more confusing. Colloquial Japanese is pretty decent with roumaji in parallel with kanji/kana but does not focus on vocabulary, on the other hand, I did find it's grammar explainations very easy to understand. Both books do not provide more advanced versions for when you complete the material.
If you're willing to drop the roumaji I do have some books I recommend a bit more highly, but this seems to be the closest to what you're asking for.
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on Mon 02.13.2006 11:24 pm, edited 1 time in total.