- You can practice kanji by hand.
- There are 1026 kanji registered.
- You can also increase your vocabulary while solving quiz questions.
- Check the kanji you've learned with random tests.
- The configuration is simple so you can use it intuitively.
- The background music and sound effects help to make the repeated learning fun.
This is the top screen.
The kanji are separated by grade level.
Let's try the first grade level.
The first grade level begins with number one and when you're finished with one, it takes you to the next level. (Each grade has a different number of levels.)
There is a proficiency test at the end of each Japanese elementary school grade level.
You can check to see how much you have learned.
The quiz questions are set to help you increase your vocabulary.
Use your finger to write the kanji on the screen.
If you make a mistake with stroke order, the correct stroke order will be displayed.
Also, if you are not sure, you can have the correct stroke order indicated by pressing '答え (answer)' in the red frame on the upper right-hand side.
You can lower the stroke order priority to '甘い (lenient)' if you want to concentrate more on the meanings and shapes of the characters you are learning.
There are five questions for each task, allowing you to concentrate even more on your learning.
Your answers will be shown as below.
By solving the quiz questions repeatedly, you can be sure to master the kanji.
This is targeted to Japanese elementary school students, so intermediate and advanced learners might want to use it just to check their kanji skills.