Study the Japanese characters with James Heisig’s “Remembering the Kanji” method, and review with kanji flashcards. In the book these kanji are taught using stories. These kanji are learned the fastest if you read the book as well. Warning: in many cases the key meanings in . Thinking about writing a flashcard program with this index data? Take a look at Reviewing the Kanji. This is the site I use for my own Heisig studies.

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Every week a few kanji would be introduced with a kanji kanui which consists of writing each character around eight times and then working through some sentences where you have to add the readings in hiragana to the new kanji and write the correct kanji for some hiragana. This a first grader’s level notebook At the slightest mistake, I would mark flashcards as forgotten on Anki.

We would also do pair work in which would sit down next to a partner and each one would hold two heiisig versions of the same sheet.

Balance deliberate study and fun! However I couldn’t find an updated version of the RTK index on the net, if you can provide me the new index, I would be pleased to update it to this deck. The method requires the student beisig invent their own stories to associate the keyword meaning with the written form. This leads to confusion during study, which ruins the whole purpose of RTK. Nick has developed a five step system to learn Japanese from anime.

This method was fun and made kanjo feel happy and proud. With this method we don’t attempt to learn how to read these kanji or how to make up actual Japanese words with heiskg. Finally, The deck itself is fine xD.


More typos, add some later edition keywords. The usefulness depends on your goals. I’m not interested in output at all. It is also important to note what this method doesn’t teach. The book is mainly focused on the Chinese readings, however one chapter does suggest a mnemonic device for learning the Kanui readings. Excellent, amazing, and perfect. The images I chose act as visual representations of the stories.

Amazing hesiig, I couldn’t have done this without it. Will it really take me this long to learn kanji?! This is just one example of the powers that learning kanji with Heisig will give you.

When a card with a star comes back on a review, if I fail again to recall it then I do set it as forgotten. Thanks a lot and keep up the great job!

All in One Kanji Deck (Heisig’s RTK Order, 6th edition)

It comes from being able to dissect most kanji you meet into its components and thus making them easier to read, understand and write.

After all, I did graduate from Dartmouth! At this time, it is not possible to add shared decks directly to your AnkiWeb account – they need to be added from the desktop then synchronized to AnkiWeb. I didn’t start studying kanji from Heisig’s book. Learn how to learn Kanji with Heisig’s Remembering the Kanji and a study method that makes the most out of visual memory. Conclusion Heisig’s Remembering the Kanji is not for everyone, but any serious Japanese learner should at least give it a try.

I’m aware that recently the RTK book was updated. Sample from notes Cards are customizable!

All in One Kanji Deck (Heisig’s RTK Order) – AnkiWeb

Unlike the first volume, this book does not rely on “imaginative memory”. After downloading all cards they are mixed up when sorting after Due. Could you please embed the strokeorder font in the deck itself?


By the way, for those of you looking for a less anachronistic image for the missile primitive as ksnji modern rocket, try a slingshot. However, I do have one problem, that the stroke order only show the kanji, and not the actual order.

When I am writing, I recall the image in my mind and then everything comes into place and I can write the kanji. Ehisig haven’t been looking closely at any of that other information because I haven’t been using it; I’d worry that it also contains a lot of errors.

This often turned my studies into a game of remembering useless things such as ways to distinguish two very similar keywords so that I could recall the precise kanji for that keyword.

I rely on fellow Heisig students to send me index updates from later editions. The current setup is just doubling the time I could take finishing this. Thanks for this deck! I do now limit the reviews to 16 a day, but with this amount of new kanji, it is enough.

It was quite embarrassing to not get them right in ehisig of the class; that provided a good incentive to study. But I was download this deck, and I was just give a shot. I am guessing you are the author of the previous all-in-one 1.

There is no need to keep the “Recall” cards in the deck, if you don’t consider them useful. This is one of the best deck, I really recommend to everyone. Also available as a raw UTF-8 data file, gzipped, 32K. Views Read Edit View history.