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This is the revised 6th edition,
This review is from: Remembering the Kanji 1: A Complete Course on How Not To Forget the Meaning and Writing of Japanese Characters (Paperback)
Update: koohii.com now supports the 6th edition, so the comment below regarding the 5th edition is no longer relevant.
An indispensable site to help greatly speed up the rate at which this book can be completed is kanji.koohii.com however this site is ordered according to the numbering in the fifth edition of this book. This is sixth edition, which has been extended and re-ordered to account for the additional joyo kanji added by the Japanese government in 2010. If you are planning on using koohii.com, the numbering in this edition will not match up and you will have to work around it. If you decide to get the fifth edition instead, the additional characters added in 2010 are available in a free supplement provided on the author's website.
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Initial post: 9 Apr 2014, 12:05:17 BST
Can you list those websites here in long form (ie written as words: websitenamegoeshere dot domain) because they look really useful, but Amazon's spam filter has stolen them :(
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Apr 2014, 12:23:05 BST
Adam Millerchip says:
Sure. :-) The two missing links are:
1) kanji dot koohii dot com
2) nirc dot nanzan-u dot ac dot jp/en/publications/miscellaneous-publicat
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