PDF Kanji Cards with Stroke Order Diagrams
The pdf-files in this section contain 10 kanji-cards per sheet. The information on each card is as described in the learning japanese section on kanji cards. If printed on A4 paper each card will have a hight of 51.5 mm and a width of 92 mm. Cut marks at the edges of the cards are included.
As this Kanji flashcards contain an additional font for the stroke order diagrams the files are larger than those of the kanji cards without stroke order diagrams. Also the stroke order diagrams need to be printed in a certain size for the numbers to be readable. This leaves less space on the cards for the other information.
To print the kanji cards a pdf-viewer (e.g. Adobe Acrobat Reader) is required. No special language packs or fonts are needed as all required fonts are included in the pdf-files.
All the files offered here are generated automatically. I will review them as I my self learn the kanji. At the moment the files might contain the following problems:
- Text blocks that are to long for the cards are croped.
- The selection of example words, might not the optimum for studying purposes
- Rarely used readings might be included
I will take care of these things manually, but it will take some time. It should get better with each update - so check back often.
PDF-Files with Kanji Cards Ordered by JLPT-Level
The JLPT is THE Japanese test for all who learn Japanese as foreign Language. It is divided in to four levels. The difficulty rises from Level four to Level one.
PDF-Files with Kanji Cards Ordered by Grades in Japanese School
These files contain the kanji ordered by the grade in which they are taught in Japanese schools.