White Rabbit Press
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Kanji Flashcards help you learn kanji by condensing all the information you need on a compact flashcards format. Buy all three sets as a bundle and save 20%.
This set includes:
- Japanese Kanji Flashcards, Series 2 Volume 1
- Japanese Kanji Flashcards, Series 2 Volume 2
- Japanese Kanji Flashcards, Series 2 Volume 3
We've gathered all the essential information needed to master kanji into a convenient flashcard format that makes learning and drilling as efficient as possible. Preferred by thousands of students, in over 80 countries, White Rabbit Press is the recognized world leader in Japanese kanji flashcards.
Kanji Flashcard Highlights:
- 1,945 kanji cards; all kanji required for JLPT N5 to N1
- On/Kun readings shown in kana scripts
- Step-by-step stroke order diagrams
- Concise definitions in English
- Vocabulary readings in kana scripts (no romaji)
- Look-alike kanji shown to highlight potential mix-ups
- Durable UV varnish protects cards from wear and tear
White Rabbit Press flashcards include more vocabulary than other publishers' cards because the essence of a kanji is best grasped by understanding the meanings it forms when combined with other characters.
We only use kana scripts--not romaji--to show kanji readings, and we provide clear and precise definitions in English, so you'll spend less time reaching for a dictionary and more time learning kanji.
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Quality Construction: Cards are varnished with rounded corners for durability. Includes a complete index. Boxed with plastic tray and shrink-wrapped.
Take care of your flashcards with our convenient carrying cases. The cases hold 60 cards each, and are the best way to transport or store your cards
And check out our colorful flashcard dividers- a great study aid and also the best way to organize your flashcards. Using the Leitner method (detailed here ) you can use these cards to study effectively and brush up on your weak points. [Add them to your order below]
"White Rabbit Press's kanji flashcards are a step ahead. Above and beyond the standard content, you get six example words rather then the usual four, full definitions, and a look-alike box that alerts you to similar characters all too likely to show up in trick questions in exams. As with all the best educational materials, it's clear here that an enormous amount of work has gone into making the learning process as easy and convenient as possible for the student."
Giles Murray, author of Exploring Japanese Literature