I’ve previously looked at (and possibly posted charts here) on how much kanji one should recognize in the Kiki books based on their WaniKani level. Today, while reading a few more sentences in chapter one, I happened to wonder
what I could do to slack off about the opposite: how many kanji taught in WaniKani are included in the first Kiki book, as well as the first five?
Here are the resulting charts. They are arranged by level, so level 1 kanji are first, then level 2, from top-left to top-right, top to bottom. Note that is WaniKani-taught kanji appearing in the books, and does not include kanji not covered by WaniKani.
Aside from that…
Those are some impressive chins.