Through studying vocabulary, like everyone else, I’ve come to see that there are a number of vocabulary words that are more commonly written in kana over kanji (like for example, I found out the word for “many” has a kanji version 沢山 but I wouldn’t have known that without WK because I’ve only ever seen it written as たくさん.) I think on a few occasions WK has mentioned if a word is more commonly written in kana, but kinda just have a gut feeling that it’s not mentioning this for every single word that this applies to.
Besides just looking up a word on Jisho.org to see if it’s usually written in kana (which sounds like a nightmare to go back and do now for all the thousands of vocabulary words I’ve learned by level 24,) I have to ask whether some script sorcerer has made something that can conveniently indicate (both in lessons and reviews) whether a word is more commonly seen in kana despite having a kanji writing. Knowing what words are commonly written in kana would certainly help as a personal reference since I’ve made a habit of relying on kanji to recognize words (I have trouble recognizing words by kana thanks to Japanese having so many kanji that share readings that results in similar-sounding words or straight-up homophones.)
If there’s nothing to help supplement WK for this, does anyone know of any good references that list common kanji words that are more frequently written in kana?
On a similar note, does anyone happen to know of any Anki decks for common kana-only vocabulary (i.e. words that don’t have a kanji writing at all)? I figure I should probably get to work studying that too, not just kanji stuff.