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The selected kanji are listed below by their stroke count. Learn the stroke count of each kanji, and you can use a kanji dictionary more easily.

At first glance, kanji may look difficult to write, but, in fact, they are made up of the same pieces repeated over and over. If you learn the pieces, it is straightforward to put the pieces together into full kanji.

Click a kanji for details, including animated stroke order and JLPT vocabulary. If you really want to learn kanji fast, enroll today and learn Japanese online in private Japanese lessons from experienced teachers.

4 strokes
(5 kanji)
5 strokes
(1 kanji)
6 strokes
(4 kanji)
7 strokes
(6 kanji)
8 strokes
(12 kanji)
9 strokes
(5 kanji)
10 strokes
(12 kanji)
11 strokes
(12 kanji)
12 strokes
(6 kanji)
13 strokes
(9 kanji)
14 strokes
(6 kanji)
15 strokes
(8 kanji)
16 strokes
(4 kanji)
17 strokes
(6 kanji)
18 strokes
(4 kanji)
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