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:


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


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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