★ Print Kanji Practie-Writing Worksheets! Toggle stroke orders on/off. ★

こんにちは!:heart:
私は じぇんせんです。

I made a program so you can print out kanji to practice writing. You can sync your Wani Kani account to practice the kanji you’ve been studying!

It also has all of the kanji for taking the JLPT N5-N1. The font files are huge because there are tons of kanji so please be patient when turning on the stroke order!

http://jensechu.github.io/kanji/

ありがとうございました
Jensen

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Looks like something went a bit wrong with your URL, but I managed to get to the site by deleting the extra http:// off the end. This seems like a great resource! I’ve been meaning to start practicing my writing so I’ll work up some sheets for my own use.

Thanks for contributing!

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Thank you! I fixed the URL. :D 

I am going to modify it so you can also print flashcards. n.n

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Great resource…  Thanks for sharing!

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This is awesome, thanks! :smiley:

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That’s actually pretty great, I was looking for something like this. Great job :D . Would be nice to have an option of selecting all kanji in one group at once instead of clicking each one, though.

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Thanks everyone!

jneapan I will add that feature next!

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This is awesome (I’ve actually been wanting one like this, since it’s similar to how the Genki books do it), I can’t wait to use it.

Thanks for making it =D

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@prawn,
Printers are notoriously inconsistent.  Sometimes the ‘Meaning’ (.kanji-data) gets split onto a different page from its corresponding drawing boxes (.kanji-box).

You can add the following CSS, so each .kanji-row will always stay grouped on a page.
.kanji-row {page-break-inside: avoid;}

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rfindley thank you! If you want to contribute by opening a pull request on github for open source credit that would be great! Otherwise I’ll just add it in myself. It’s great advice! 

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@prawn,
I’d be happy to do a pull request, but it would be next week at the earliest (I’m swamped with troubleshooting a PCIe bus).  So if you can get to it sooner, please do :-).

Next week, I may look into adding the ability to add kanji by WaniKani level.  I suspect that would be the most desired usage among WK users.  That way, you could quickly print out sheets for newly unlocked kanji as you reach a new level.

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Awesome! I was thinking about the different level feature but I wasn’t sure if users would want that. Since I am still level 1 I don’t really have a good sample of data to play with using my API key. It’s clearly a good idea though!

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This is really great! Thanks a lot :slight_smile:

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Would you be interested in lists of kanji from other sources too, like the kanji by chapter from Genki or Japanese for Busy People?

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@jimpjorps,
Do you have such lists in electronic form, such that it would be relatively easy to extract the kanji?

I found one supposedly for Genki, but as I don’t have any of those books, I can’t confirm:
http://genki.japantimes.co.jp/self/genki-kanji-list-linked-to-wwkanji

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rfindley said... @jimpjorps,
Do you have such lists in electronic form, such that it would be relatively easy to extract the kanji?

I found one supposedly for Genki, but as I don't have any of those books, I can't confirm:
http://genki.japantimes.co.jp/self/genki-kanji-list-linked-to-wwkanji
Not on hand, but I could put some together.
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@jimpjorps,
If you want to put together a list (Genki and/or Japanese for Busy People), I’ll incorporate it along with another change that I’m finishing up (grouping WaniKani kanji by level).

The ideal format for me would be:

{
    “category”: “Genki I”,
    “subcategory”: “Lesson 3”,
    “character”: “一”,
    “onyomi”: “イチ イツ ヒト.”,
    “kunyomi”: “ひと-”,
    “meaning”: “one”
},{
    “category”: “Genki I”,
    “subcategory”: “Lesson 4”,
    “character”: “日”,
    “onyomi”: “ニチ ジツ -”,
    “kunyomi”: “ひ -び”,
    “meaning”: “day, sun, Japan”
}

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rfindley said... @jimpjorps,
If you want to put together a list (Genki and/or Japanese for Busy People), I'll incorporate it along with another change that I'm finishing up (grouping WaniKani kanji by level).


 All right.  I'll plug away at it and let you know.
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@rfindley If you’ve started work on a branch I’d love to see it! 

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@prawn,

You’ll find me at https://github.com/rfindley, but I haven’t checked in any changes yet.  I’ll try to do so in the morning… for now, I’m away from my dev PC.

Also, I’ll send you my email address so we can discuss technical details.

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