Learning kanji is definitely not easy. The most common way for people to remember kanji is to write it over and over again. By doing this method we hope that the image is imprinted in our brain and that our hand remember it with our muscle memory. But there is always a smarter way to learn and remember Kanji. Our brain is like a huge storage room with lots of drawer and archive, it’s possible to learn and remember kanji. We only need to know how to remember it and how do we pull that connection with concepts that are more familiar with us.
Sonnakanji.com is here to provide you with easy mnemonic pictures to remember Kanji. We’ll teach kanji using pictures that will help you to remember and retrieve the kanji and meaning in your memory.
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Lists of Kanji were compiled by Jonathan Waller