Kanji Stroke Order Reference

Greetings good people,

I learn best when I take the time to add in as many repetitions as possible and writing the Kanji while repeating the word has been useful in the past when I took Japanese in class so I’d like to continue that as I work through Wanikani. I also have a special interest in calligraphy so I was wondering if anyone had knowledge of any resources to reference the stroke order with references to the technique on each stroke (hard left and then lift as you pull down).

Any help is greatly appreciated!
ありがとうございます!

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Jisho has stroke order. But if you want a userscript try this out:

It injects the Jisho stroke order diagrams.

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I guess you don’t mean order stroke only (you can find that on jisho.org).
More oriented to calligraphy resources could be.
www.e-otehon.net (a great wbsite to get models) to practice with pen and brush. It has written in the models the stroke order and recommendations for the technique (smll phrases though in japanese).

Then a nice video to watch (with english subs) it’s the one of Saiso Shimada here:

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I often use kakijun.jp for quick reference.

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There is also the Tofugu article about general stroke order rules. ^^

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