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Japanese Kanji Flashcards, Series 2 Volume 2 (Japanese Edition) (Japanese) Cards – May 24, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0984334919 ISBN-10: 0984334912 Edition: Series 2

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Product Details

  • Series: Kanji Flashcards
  • Cards: 750 pages
  • Publisher: White Rabbit Press; Series 2 edition (May 24, 2010)
  • Language: Japanese
  • ISBN-10: 0984334912
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984334919
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 6.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,417 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"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

About the Author

Max Hodges lives in Tokyo, Japan where he operates White Rabbit Press, a small publishing company; and, White Rabbit Express, a special order service for Japanese goods.

Born in Yamaguchi-ken, Tomoko Okazaki has over 13 years experience working as a surgical nurse in Japan's top hospitals. Tomoko studied English at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Tomoko was a two time winner of the televised NHK Youth Speech Contest.

More About the Author

Max Hodges works as a photographer in Tokyo and is the Creative Director of White Rabbit Press, a Tokyo-based independent publisher of Japanese language and travel titles.

Max also operates White Rabbit Express, a special order service for Japanese goods.

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These flashcards are super well thought out and helpful if you're interested in learning Kanji.
RooTH
It's a great idea since with having 750+ cards to handle, you'll never lose that "cheat" card if you need it.
Sai
I love that these cards have the stroke orders and multiple meanings to help you put it into context.
Jayme

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C.J. Hustwick VINE VOICE on August 23, 2011
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The greatest thing about the White Rabbit Kanji Flashcards is that they contain enough information to become acquainted with the basic ideogram and then progress all of the way to learning the order of strokes. Each card is printed beautifully, and features the kanji, related ideograms (that can prevent confusion as well as aid in cross-referencing), sample words, the On & Kun pronunciations, as well as the aforementioned stroke count and order.

Personally, I use these in conjunction with some other books and programs, and make out large lists of vocabulary and have a pretty complicated, multi-tiered studying system; you are not going to learn how to speak Japanese with these alone nor are you necessarily going to make all of the connections between related Kanji without putting in some extra work. But these are an invaluable tool and I am really glad they are around.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By sephiroth2881 on July 20, 2011
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I just received this product today, and I have to say I'm impressed. The information on these flash cards is exactly what i needed to help me learn. I was a little disappointed to find one of the cards missing but I would still recommend this product to anyone that wants to learn Kanji. One thing that I do like about these cards is that the only letters on it are the English translations. I find it a lot easier to learn the pronunciation of a word if it is written in hiragana or katakana. These cards are a must have.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Iza on March 2, 2013
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While studying Japanese at a quick paced language school in Japan, I found these to be of great value to help me keep up with my Chinese classmates, who already knew most of the kanji we learned. The design of the cards is well thought out, providing you information with stroke order, sample words (arguably the most valuable things to study!), similar looking kanji, readings, meaning, and the meanings of the components making up the kanji, making them easier to remember. Keep in mind, however, that only using these as learning material without practicing writing them yourself might leave you at a loss faced with the challenge of writing a simple sentence by hand. Using these to complement writing and reading practice will be of great use to anyone wanting to pass the JLPT or improve their Japanese skills!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By clara sestelo on January 22, 2013
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will help me to pass the JPLT exam and also it is very practical and organized
recomend it very much
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sai on November 16, 2012
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I have to say that these flash cards (white rabbit press) are playing a huge part in my kanji learning. They're amazing for repetitive drills until you get in touch with the ideogram. After that, the cards give you the ability to learn the stroke order, kun and on readings, and gives six kanji compounds on each card (with the meaning of these compounds and reading in hirgana on the back).

The major difference between this volume and the last, besides double the amount of cards, is that the hiragana and katakana card is now printed on the side of the box (see customer image). It's a great idea since with having 750+ cards to handle, you'll never lose that "cheat" card if you need it.

The instruction manual that comes with this volume includes both yomi and stroke indexes. This index includes both the first and second volume of this series but the kanji from each volume easily differentiated from each other too. The manual also includes a learning technique which may help some people.

Overall, after finishing the first volume, I'm very satisfied with this volume as well. It's giving me the resources I need to master the kanji.

And to those learning, don't stress if you're just starting off. It does get easier once you realize that there are patterns.
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SUPERB quality, incredible cardstock and coating. I've used to death the Volume 1, and the first 100 cards of Volume 2, but the cards are still in great shape. I RIGOROUSLY checked the numbers on all the cards in this set and not even one was missing or duplicated. So I have no idea what that one review was talking about that almost scared me away from buying these. It's nice to save 100 hours of time spent making my own cards of two thousand kanjis and all their possible meanings. Even making all your own e-cards in programs like Anki can take an eternity (though for more advanced students, there are a lot of great free electronic card sets for that program and similar ones).

Ohaiyo Goziamasu!
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By RooTH on December 27, 2010
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These flashcards are super well thought out and helpful if you're interested in learning Kanji. They show stroke by stroke how to write each symbol, 2 symbols that look very similar (so you won't get confused and can see the small differences) and shows you 5 common ways the word is used. The only thing I don't like is that they don't show you, in English, how to say the word. It tells the definition in English, but the pronunciation in Katakana or Hiragana.
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By Jayme on June 17, 2014
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Bought this second pack to greatly expand my kanji knowledge. I love that these cards have the stroke orders and multiple meanings to help you put it into context.
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