What would be the best way to practice writing kanji using Wanikani?

This Anki deck is awesome! It will give you a kanji definition and on and kun readings, (this helps with stuff like 理 and 由 that are both called “reason”) and you’re supposed to draw the kanji and give a grade. If you’re using it with ankidroid you can draw on the screen, otherwise just use a pen and paper.

The kanji study app also does the same thing, in a more organized manner. It will test for readings or writing and you can create your own deck, so you could just add the new stuff that you’re studying with wani kani and practice that. It’s not free, but you can trial about 80 kanji or so. :high_touch:

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