Some interesting links to other websites about Kanji.
|Japanese Kanji dictionary||This is a free online dictionary to learn the Kanji of Japanese used in daily life. You can look up the details and pronunciations of the Kanji. Each Kanji is presented by a grade, a stroke count, an enlarging image with Kyokasho (Kyoukasho) font, stroke order, radical, English meaning, On-yomi (phonetic reading), Kun-yomi (native Japanese reading), the example of each reading, and Irregular reading. Moreover by the audio files, you can listen to the pronunciation of reading, example, and Irregular reading. These audio files are pronounced by Japanese native speaker. An accent and intonation are Tokyo Style which is the most standard pronunciation in Japan. (Reference: NHK Japanese pronouncing dictionary)
Now you can search 3232 Kanji. These include the Joyo (Jouyou) Kanji (Grade 1-7, 2136 characters), Jinmei Kanji (Grade 8, 772 characters) and Grade 9 kanji to use in daily life.
|Jeffrey's Kanji lookup||This server provides access to a lot of information on over 12100 different kanji. The data comes from kanjidic (and optionally, kanjd212), both compiled by Jim Breen. Once you find a character, you can use it in dictionary queries.|
|Kanji database project||Japanese Kanji database site|
|Carolingian realm Kanji database||At present, the database contains all 1,945 Jōyō Kanji, together with the core meaning, grade level, stroke count, Halpern index, Skip code, and frequency of use. Incomplete at this time are the readings for each kanji, brush-stroke diagrams, and sample vocabulary words.|
|Kanji dictionary||KANJIDIC and KANJD212 Kanji database files. The KANJIDIC file contains comprehensive information about Japanese kanji. It is a text file with one line for each of the 6,355 kanji specified in the JIS X 0208-1990 set, plus a header line. (For information about this set, see Appendix A of the documentation file.) The KANJD212 file is also a text file containing comprehensive information about the 5,801 kanji in the JIS X 0212-1990 supplementary character set.|
|Oxford University Kanji database||Database for the 1,945 basic Japanese kanji (J-1945D) [Electronic resource] / by Tamaoka, Kirsner, Yanase, Miyaoka and Kawakami|
|ZKanji studytool and dictionary||Look up over 190,000 words from the JMDict Japanese dictionary database, with zkanji's easy to use dictionary interface. Bring up the popup dictionary with system wide shortcuts, type hiragana and katakana without switching to Japanese keyboard, search for inflected word forms and see what inflections affected the words, write kanji with your mouse, see information about kanji and browse example sentences, all in one place.|
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