New to Kanji? Click here for a quick introduction. Or jump right in with beginner-level kanji below or specific kanji-related articles below that. If you use Anki (highly recommended), our friend, Florian-san, created an Anki deck for JLPT N5 kanji. Click here to download for free.
JLPT N5 Kanji (Beginner Level Kanji)
Watch the video or click on the individual kanji for readings, meanings, examples, and sound files.
Thanks for the kanji section!
It would be great if there would be a kanji JLPT N5 – N1 Download sheet with blank space to fill in.
For example: Onyomi -Reading- Kun Reading , Meaning , how many Strokes
to use it for learning and checking =D