The Kikutan series was originally known to Japanese students as a way to learn English vocabulary, but in 2016 they expanded their market for JLPT students by releasing their first JLPT exam preparation textbooks for N3 and N2. Let’s meet kanji: The Bret Maier Japanese Drawing Tour is a kanji book designed to educate the first 100 Japanese kanji elementary school students. GO！KAKU N1文法 日本語の森 This is a new series of videos from the 日本語の森 team, specially designed to help Japanese students prepare for the JLPT N1 test. Below you will find a series of exercises to help you remember this kanji, from in-depth audio-controlled exercises to written exercises and audio recordings. In total, the dictionary teaches 2500 kanji, which is enough to read almost all modern Japanese texts. “The first chapter is devoted to the main points, while the second chapter is devoted to the rest of the general kanji. Not only will you find all the information in a standard kanji dictionary, such as the order of rules, lectures, meaning, JLPT level, etc., but also things like the equivalent of kanji in Simplified Chinese. If you are reading a book or an analogue font and need a practical tool to draw kanji that you do not know, then the Kanji screen is a good page that you can open on your browser tab.