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Good Smile Moekanji Japanese Kanji Learning Cards


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  • Imported from Japan
  • Learn Kanji the fun way
  • Sequel to the hit Japanese learning card series Moekana
  • 87 illustrated cards
  • Helps you learn first grade Japanese
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Brand NameGood Smile
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions4 x 3 x 0.1 inches
Item model numberJUN132059
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberJUN132059
  
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ASINB00C61Z9AM
Best Sellers Rank #30,729 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 20, 2013
  
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From Culture Japan/Good Smile Company. Learn kanji the fun and moe way with moekanji. The long awaited sequel to the hit Japanese learning card series Moekana is finally here. Moekanji is a set of 87 illustrated cards to help you learn first grade Japanese Kanji which include the "On" and "Kun" readings written in hiragana. Join Mirai Suenaga and friends in learning kanji and basic Japanese. The cards feature the characters of the TV show and website produced by Danny Choo called Culture Japan and are illustrated by the Japanese illustrator Ikkyuu. Knowledge of the basic Japanese syllabary hiragana is required to benefit from Moekanji. If you have not done so already, you can learn hiragana with Moekana.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ten on November 24, 2013
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It makes studying "Flash Card" style fun. The pic's are better the looking and pasted flash cards. The only problem is how small the kanji character is. Its great that the have the different meanings on each card, plus the kanji's used in a form.
I really like how they (Culture Japan) go out of their way to find new ways to use the cards. Making games and costumers input on helping to fun with the cards. It's just the Kanji is hard to read when you are a beginner or a first time user.
That being said, I really recommend these especially if a study friend has a set. Sit down and figure out new games, before you know it, you know the kanji just by the pic on the card. Having fun is the best way to learn!
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These are the second stage to learning Japanese through Danny Choo's "moe cards". "Moekanna(2nd edition" is the updated version of this) is the first part and "Moekanji" is the second part. I've bought both on a different site (cause they're both under 20$, amazon is asking ridiculous prices lol) and i absolutely LOVE them! I've never understood Japanese at all, I've tried multiple times to understand basic things about it online and always resulted in me being massively confused and giving up. But after getting "Moekanna(2nd addition") just being able to hold it in your own to hands and reread and understand right on your lap rather than on a computer screen is incredibly more helpful and easier to grasp the meanings and pronunciations of words. I also got "Moekanji" the same time as "Moekanna" and i do have to agree with what the box says, you can't really use "moekanji" without learning "moekanna" first but that being said just looking at the "Moekanji" also helps you understand the differences and what other things mean. If your interested in learning basic first grade Japanese then i highly recommend both of these sets, or maybe you have no interest in learning Japanese and just think the pictures are cute then i still think you should get them. I know in 10minutes of looking through them i was able to understand multiple words that were peoples names in animes, and now with me knowing the meaning of that word in Japanese they're English name makes more scent. For example, In "Air Gear" there is a girl called "Ringo" and her title is, "The Crazy Apple of Sleeping Forest" and in Japanese Ringo means Apple so now her title crazy apple now makes scents as to why she is called an apple lol.
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Love these cards. Very useful and a great way to study. I wish they had katakana ones as well but oh well.
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