Kanji Finder: a web-based tool for finding Kanji Flashcards fast
Get to know Kanji Finder, a web-based tool for quickly finding White Rabbit Press kanji flashcards for particular study sessions.
Anyone with White Rabbit Press Japanese Kanji Flashcards knows how tedious it can be to manually lookup and retrieve individual kanji cards for a particular textbook or other study resources. Kanji Finders makes finding those cards for a given kanji list quick and easy.
How it works
Simply type some kanji into the search field--you can also paste in a list of kanji from the web. Then click “Find Kanji Cards” and in a few seconds you’ll get a list of showing the card id (and flashcard set) for each Joyo kanji in your list.
Here's a quick demonstration video:
Quickly find the kanji cards you need
The results will show the card ID and the flashcard set where you can find the individual kanji card. By being able to quickly glance and see which kanji is from which set, you can easily pull them out of the sets and create your own custom study deck that matches your textbook.
Another powerful feature included in Kanji Finder is the ability to save your searches. That means you can input as much kanji as you want, do a search, and then save the results for later. If you want to save your search lists you’ll be required to make an account, but don’t worry it’s free.
The feature is coming in a future revision, but users will be able to share their lists and create community contributed lists. You’ll be able to get a customized deck list for just about any study resource, assuming someone has made it. (If they haven’t, maybe you should be the one to start it!)
For users of the Genki Japanese textbook series, there are currently multiple saved lists that go with the chapters, making it a breeze to pull out the cards and study as you progress through the book. Without the Kanji Finder tool, you’d end up having to skim through all the cards manually and hunt down the kanji from Genki chapters one by one, which would take away the time you should be spending studying.Using White Rabbit Press kanji cards? Give Kanji Finder yourself!
- Bryan Kuro