Dear grand wizards of Kanji,
So I started to learn Japanes language since one month. Every Saturday morning I have class where the Marugoto method is used. We work on Hiragana and vocabulary, I really like it. My goal is to be able to have a good conversation and read everything while in Japan on business trips.
I found WaniKani and LOVE Kanji. But I feel it is best (for me) to just concentrate on Hiragana (succeeded by Katakana) and master that first. Kanji is not easy and it takes up quite some of my brain power and capacity… I have a job so cannot commit full-time to study, only weekends and evenings. So I will keep WaniKani in the fridge for a while until I master the Kana.
Just wanted to say I look forward to dive into the Kanji, but have to refrain from it until imprinting the basics in my brain. I like to hear what you think about that approach. Did you go the same route; Hiragana-Katakana-Kanji? Are you meantime proficient in Japanese language?