A mnemonic is a device that helps you remember a piece of information more efficiently. Mostly they are humorous, physical or intriguing. You can read more about mnemonics on Wikipedia.
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Our database has around 12000 kanji records stored. From this set, an average person only needs 2136 kanji to read most of todays Japanese literature (c.f. Jōyō Kanji).
We have over 175000 words in our database where each one of them contains at least one kanji.
Yes, absolutely! We have predefined learning sets tailored for each test.
Soon you will be able to import your progress from Anki and Wanikani. Using another tool? Email us at hi@kanji-book.com and we will try our best to accommodate you.
Kanji Book isn’t a regular book. It’s a website to learn Japanese kanji and vocabulary. Since most of the Japanese vocabulary can be studied on Kanji Book, it can be compared to a dictionary of sorts. In broader terms, a dictionary is also a book and so I thought, let’s combine Kanji and book. Besides, good domain names are hard to come by today and this one was available :-).


Yes, we do. You can use Kanji Book the first 14 days totally for free. You do not need to provide a credit card to sign up.
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