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Kanji N5 Quiz: 10 Basic

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Posted on June 24, 2016 12:47 pm | Leave your thoughts



Learn the set of 10 kanji characters by clicking the “show chart” button. Get the question right and the samurai is happy, if you miss the question he must commit harakiri. Gambatte kudasai!!! (Good Luck!!!) Show Chart Reset Basic Kanji Quiz: 10 N5 Kanji Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 1 Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 2 Hiragana...

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Kanji Quiz N5: 10 Important Kanji

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Posted on June 14, 2015 1:24 pm | Leave your thoughts



Learn the set of 10 kanji characters by clicking the “show chart” button. Get the question right and the anime girl is happy, if you miss the question the monster comes. Gambatte kudasai!!! (Good Luck!!!) Show Chart Reset Basic Kanji Quiz: 10 N5 Kanji Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 1 Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 2 Hiragana...

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Kanji Quiz Game: Basic 10

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Posted on June 5, 2015 9:48 am | Leave your thoughts



Learn the 1st set of 10 kanji characters by clicking the “show chart” button. Get the question right and the samurai is happy, but if you miss the question he commits harakiri. Gambatte kudasai!!! (Good Luck!!!) Show Chart Reset Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 1 Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 2 Hiragana FlashCards Game: Part 3 For...

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Kanji Numbers 1-10: Flashcard Game

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Posted on April 29, 2015 12:29 pm | Leave your thoughts



Show Chart Learn the Kanji Numbers 1-10 by clicking above. Get the question right and the girl is happy, but if you miss the question the monster comes. Gambatte kudasai!!! (Good Luck!!!) Reset For more Japanese language study guides check out our Japanese section, 36 Japanese Survival Phrases, and Japanese Cheat Sheets. Feel free to...

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Japanese Language Overview

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Posted on December 13, 2014 1:34 pm | Leave your thoughts



In the “western world” Japanese is commonly considered a difficult language to learn, mostly because of it’s writing system and unfamiliar logic of building sentences. Japanese has no genealogical relationship with Chinese, but it makes extensive use of Chinese characters, or kanji (漢字), in its writing system and a large portion of its vocabulary is...

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