Free WaniKani substitutes?

#1

Anyone know any free WaniKani substitutes? Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good website but I want to see if there’s other options before spending money on it.

I’m using Remembering the Kanji alongside WaniKani, but it doesn’t review many common vocabulary words using the kanji. I find that the meaning of singular kanji characters are usually different when combined to form words.

Thanks guys

#2

Just scroll down to the Kanji section

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#3

I think KanjiDamage is the main other one that is online and free. But yeah, check out the resource list above!

#4

I didn’t see the KKLC (Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Course) on the resource list. It’s not free, but it’s a one-off purchase book. Couple that with some specially pre-made Anki decks, and you got yourself a decent Kanji learning tool. I didn’t know about it until I was half-way through Wanikani. I still don’t regret my decision to start Wanikani, but the KKLC was tempting.

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