Not sure why but I always had difficulties with kanji involving the Wanikani radical servant 臣 but this Noriko Williams’ [article on 臣, 臨, 覧, 緊, 蔵 and 臓] (https://kanjiportraits.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/eyes-wide-open-3-臣-臨-覧-緊-蔵-and-臓/) does a terrific job - sometimes the original stories are better than mnemonics.
Thanks for sharing! That’s nice to learn more about the origins of kanji from other sources in order to guide our memory through different ways!
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