Finally I arrived to the desired level 60! I feel like the journey just began! Everybody whose still racing for the cake, never give up! It completely worth it!
I look forward to the community discussions, because I finally feel like I can slow down a little. Can’t wait to look for more resources and have a lot of great chats with other Wanikani users here!
I will be forever gratedul for Wanikani because it made it so much easier to understand anime, manga and Japanese music!
Also, I learned to love kanji learning which is surprisingly rare among Japanese learners.
Wanikani community, here I am!
My name is Benedek. I am from Hungary. I started learning Japanese because of anime (surprise, surprise) but I got completely obsessed with the culture and music, afterwards. Wednesday Campanella for life!
My progress on Wanikani was quite sluggish first but then changed into a really good pace that I am pretty proud of!
You are right! When I started learning them it was quite overwhelming, but after some time I got used to the load of kanji that came with learning on Wanikani. Also I spent some time in Japan which was a great motivation to speed things up!
Very interesting, thanks for the link. Sometimes this stuff seems self evident but I would not have made certain connections myself.
Right off the top of my head, I think the first Wednesday Campanella song I heard was ‘Ghengis Khan’. I also like ‘Shakushain’ - the Ainu references in the song sent me down a Wikipedia hole for hours.
I would say something here in Magyar but I do not know how to speak. sorry
I do want to visit Hungary sometime in the next few years. I want to see where Pest ends and Buda begins . And maybe catch the Bela Bartok competition in Debrecen as well. But first, a trip to Japan like what you did, of course!
It seems you have a lot of reading material to busy yourself with! You are pretty set! Hope to see more of your comments in the various threads here in the forum.