Dump of all the WK kanjis in PDF form + Anki deck

Hello everyone and a happy new year,

For writing practice I wanted to be able to print a list of WK kanjis per level, I’m sure that’s doable with existing extensions but I couldn’t be bothered to figure that out.

I generated two vesions, one with and one without serif (I also converted the onyomi to katakana):



I’m posting the python script, PDFs and markdown in case anybody else finds it useful:

http://e.pc.cd/78totalK

The PDF formatting is not amazing, it’s just the markdown converted with pandoc without further tweaks but it’s sufficient for my needs.

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I’ve added two other PDFs with all the vocabulary with readings and meaning:


I use it to practice remembering the kanji from the reading/meaning instead of the other way around since that’s what WK uses mostly.

I know that there already are 3rd party website who do specifically this but I find that it really helps me to actually draw the kanji to remember them, so having it all on paper is convenient for this, tree murdering notwithstanding.

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I found that after a while using a raw dump for the kanji was inefficient because I couldn’t easily tag the kanji I needed to work on and those I could easily skip. The solution? More SRS of course!

I made a kanji deck with all WK kanji in lesson order: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/610839770 [EDIT: apparently it’ll take 24h for the deck to become available, in the meantime I’ve hosted a copy here: http://e.pc.cd/f0OotalK ]

The front only contains the meanings, the back contains the kanji, stroke order and readings.

I need to fill in the synonyms by hand as I encounter them (like, say, 真 and 実) so that’s a WIP.

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I made a tone of tweaks to the Anki deck, I’m pretty happy with my resulting setup. On the front I put the meaning and the vocabulary with the kanji edited out:


On the back I have the kanji, animated stroke diagram, readings and vocab + furigana:

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