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Youkoso!, We have an extensive Japanese dictionary including audio for pronunciation purposes, example sentences, full conjugation tables and powerful searching that includes de-conjugation. You can search by english, romaji, katakana, hiragana or kanji. Additionally, you will find active JLPT vocabulary lists which is a great way to begin your study. If you wish to learn how to correctly write Kanji we have some great features that animate how each Kanji is written stroke by stroke.

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Site accounts and Study lists are live!

Hello everyone!

I am happy to announce a major site upgrade. You now have the ability to create an account, from here many new site features will be linked.  For your convenience, you can login via a variety of external login services (Google, Facebook, Twitter) .

The first of these features is the ability to create your own study lists (currently Vocabulary and Kanji). Coming soon will be an update that allow you to drill your study lists or the public JLPT lists as another tool to help you learn more effectively.

Please leave some feedback if you have any issues or suggestions.

New Kanji search feature and JLPT Kanji Lists

NEW! In additional to the original Kanji Radical search, you can now search by Kanji meanings and readings.

Additionally, JLPT Kanji lists are now available for every level from the JLPT Study section.

Site Update: Kanji Stroke Orders

Konnichiwa!

I am happy to release a new site update. When you view Kanji definitions you can now view how to write the Kanji stroke by stroke. You can step through it manually or animate the all strokes.

Please let me know via feedback if you have any issues with this update.