The JLPT level offers Japanese transcripts of stories, with bold grammatical dots that refer to the JLPT level of each story. If you follow the process of observing the language of JLPT stories, the podcast will probably help you to improve your understanding of speech, grammar, vocabulary and oral skills at your chosen JLPT level. And when we say “kanji research experience,” we’re just talking about kanji! Searching in English does not give results, and searching for Japanese words only gives results for the first kanji of the word. The stories will prepare you for listening, grammar and vocabulary studies at JLPT and introduce you to a small number of new concepts at your level. With rounded corners, beautiful fonts and soft colors, Kanjikai is a new kanji dictionary with an attractive appearance that will make your kanji search unique. JLPT Stories invites you to listen to every story first, without looking at the transcript or translation, to try to understand it for yourself. When you click on a word, a detailed page appears with its pronunciation, brief explanation, tags, sentence examples, and images. With rounded corners, beautiful fonts and soft colors, Kanjikai is a new kanji dictionary with an attractive appearance. It does not replace the long, detailed grammar explanations that can be found in books such as Genesis, but is ideal for quickly introducing new concepts and doing grammar exercises anywhere. If you’re looking for information about a particular reading, not a kanji character, look at the results of your Kunyomi studies in Hiragan and on’yomi in Katakan. First, by caressing the cards, each grammatical moment is assimilated with explanations and examples of sentences. If you want to get to know the rabbit terrier, which is available in many dictionaries, click the word kanji to go to this item. Bunpo for Android is a Japanese grammar study already published in iOS.