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Japanese Kanji Map

This site is part of Rikai.com. For kanji you are interested in, you're shown 6 examples of how different characters can go before or after them to make various 2-kanji compound words.


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e! Kore

I’m interested in Japanese onomatopoeia. I’d like to hear some audio too.

Please take a look at our article, 'Niko niko' or 'Niya niya'?, where we have gathered together several sites related to Japanese onomatopoeia. These include short skits performed by voice actors to introduce onomatopoeic vocabulary, and dictionaries for finding out their meanings and how to use them.

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