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Kanji Pict-O-Graphix: Over 1,000 Japanese Kanji and Kana Mnemonics (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 31 ott 1992

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  • Copertina flessibile: 216 pagine
  • Editore: Stone Bridge Pr (31 ottobre 1992)
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 0962813702
  • ISBN-13: 978-0962813702
  • Peso di spedizione: 499 g
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Buon prodotto, i Kanji sono chiari e con bella grafica. Non mi piace l'ordine deli argomenti in cui sono divisi ( perché mettere " creature marine" dopo " mangiare" o " gente" che sono argomenti più essenziali?) Poi manca indicazione dell quantità di tratti e di come scrivere almeno i Kanji più importanti.Ottimo libro, ma non può essere il solo testo sui Kanji per uno studente di Giapponese. Le immagini mnemoniche per ricordare i Kanji funzionano solo in inglese.
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Simpaticissimo metodo per ricordarsi i Kanji e capire il loro significato in un contesto (frasi).
Va integrato con un dizionario di Kanji poiché questo non fornisce né i tratti per comporli né il numero, quindi nessuna indicazione su come scriverli, ma per il resto è buonissimo!
Il testo ovviamente è in lingua INGLESE, quindi sconsigliato se non si conosce la lingua.
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Amazon.com: 3.9 su 5 stelle 98 recensioni
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2.0 su 5 stelle it seemed like a good idea, but.... 21 settembre 2004
Di Matt Hayes - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
...it's just not an effective way to learn kanji. In this book each kanji has a little picture associated with it, which may be helpful if you're curious about what a kanji looks like, but if you're trying to learn kanji efficiently and hope to retain what you learn I don't find this book very useful.

One problem with it is it can't help you with much else besides recognition, looking at a kanji and knowing what it is. If you're trying to use this book to learn kanji, then the basic steps you'd follow would be: 1) look at the kanji, 2) what picture does the kanji look like, 3) what is the meaning based upon this picture. First of all, there are a lot of kanji which look very similar, so it may be difficult to keep them straight if you're trying to remember what a kanji "looks like". So even recognition itself is difficult. Second, even if you do remember correctly what it "looks like", you may have trouble then recalling what the meaning of that kanji is, since sometimes that meaning is very abstract, or you could incorrectly come up with alternate meanings.

Another major problem is that it doesn't do much good if you want to recall how to write a kanji given it's meaning. If you recall what the picture is given the meaning, it doesn't mean you'll necessarily write it correctly.

Instead of this book I'd highly recommend Heisig's "Remembering the Kanji". The sole purpose of his book is to learn how to remember the meaning and writing of kanji; there's no japanese whatsoever in it. But it turns out this is a really effective method. His guide is really just a set of mnemonics, or memory tricks essentially, to help you remember the kanji. He introduces rougly 2000 kanji to you, and in an order which facilitates you learning all of them. Instead of associating a picture with each kanji, you associate a little story, and from the story you can remember how to write it. You'll need to know that many kanji eventually anyways, so you may as well learn all their meanings right away. I was skeptical at first, but once I started trying it I was learning kanji at an amazing pace. In the first week alone I memorized the meaning of 300 kanji (I spent a lot of time studying though, it just shows that it's possible). I'd also recommend using an computer flashcard program, one that allows you to write your own flashcards and test yourself on your computer (I used a good one called VTrain). It's much more convenient this way than writing them on index cards. 2000 sounds like a lot of kanji, but you'd be surprised at how fast you can learn them if you're diligent. I found that it was much easier to learn the readings of the kanji once I already knew all the readings. Trying to learn both at once will really slow you down. Plus knowing the meaning of the kanji is the most important part. Even if I don't recognize a word, I can usually get it's general meaning based upon what the kanji means. If you're still skeptical, consider how many years it takes Japanese children to learn all the kanji, and these are kids that already speak Japanese fluently. You can't expect to learn kanji the same way they do and learn it much quicker than them.
5.0 su 5 stelle very fun & effective way to study Japanese 3 giugno 2016
Di Thien Tran - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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very fun & effective way to study Japanese; good way to memorize if you're a type of visual learner
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5.0 su 5 stelle Succeeds admirably at what it's supposed to do 10 dicembre 2008
Di Yggdrasil - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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As a background, I have already tried a few different books as an independent learner. I was told that I could get away with learning the language without learning the writing systems, but that seemed like a cop out. And in any case, it seemed silly to ignore reading and writing, since that forms such a vital part of communication.

This book's premise is so brilliant that I'm surprised it hasn't been done before and I'm glad I found it.


1) The cover and titly imply that the book is all about learning kanji, but actually the first few pages are dedicated to visuals and mnemonics for memorizing hiragana and katakana. Only then does the book move on to the kanji.

2) The kanji are organized in chapters with wide themes (respectively: world, food, animals, people, body, spirit, power, learn, tools, places, journey). These chapters are in turn divided up into mini-themes dealing with each chapter (for example, different animals and ideas associated with them). This helped me a lot in mentally organizing kanji and their meanings.

3) Each kanji entry contains a reference number that corresponds to the numbers printed in the upper corner of each page (i.e. each page will show kanji #1-7). This is helpful for when you're flipping through. If you prefer, you can also look up the kanji by this number in the index, which is organized by reference number and pronunciation.

4) Each entry contains the English meaning, and each kanji character is printed in a clean typeset font for easier memorization. Also included are the Chinese and Japanese readings and a visual mnemonic as well as a textual mnemonic (a play on words to go with the drawing, which itself resembles the kanji).


1) This book is only for learning how to read, not write. No stroke order is given for hiragana, katakana, or kanji.

2) Since there are only 46 letters each for the hiragana and katakana, those are all covered in the opening pages. However, only 1225 kanji are listed here. This is a little more than the kanji mastered by Japanese children in elementary school and, I've been told, is sufficient to be able to understand most of a newspaper. However, the Japanese Ministry of Education has identified about 2000 basic kanji, so you'll probably need to continue studying beyond this book.

Frankly, these cons don't bother me. This book is doing for me what it set out to do: help me memorize kanji. I am hopeless with flash cards so this was a very welcome respite. If I were to judge this book as a book for learning kanji, it would get a much lower mark, as it doesn't teach you how to write. As a memorization tool, it is excellent and deserves five stars.

In sum, great book, but it should just be a supplement to your learning arsenal.

Other beginner learning materials that I have found helpful include:

Ultimate Japanese Beginner-Intermediate (Book) (LL(R) Ultimate Basic-Intermed) - Get the set that includes CDs with the book.

Japanese the Manga Way: An Illustrated Guide to Grammar and Structure - Fun and informative way to learn grammar in an informal context. In other words, you're learning Japanese as it's actually spoken and written, a nice change from the elevated formal speech I've found in every language textbook I've ever used. I kept borrowing this so much from my library that I ended up buying a copy. Only downside is it doesn't include lessons. If it had been more like a workbook, it would have been perfect.

The Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary - This is the kanji resource you've been looking for. Wonderfully organized, very useful, small, AND it includes stroke order for each kanji. Buy it on Amazon; I've found it in local bookstores and they seriously mark the price up.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 11 giugno 2016
Di don m groves - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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5.0 su 5 stelle Beautiful Iconography 9 aprile 2001
Di Kevin Barrack - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I'm a visual designer, and I bought this book because it shows some amazing interpretations of abstract concepts in iconographic form. Both the actual Japanese characters, and the author's illustrations are superb examples of iconography. The fundamental topic behind the broader meaning for each character has been distilled into one succinct character or one illustration.
The illustrations in the book are beautiful in their own right, for fans of graphic illustrations. I have never tried to memorize any of the actual characters, but this book is entertaining even without a stong desire to learn Japanese. If I did intend to learn, this would be where I would start, because I am a very visual learner, which is the focus of this book.
This book is a great addition to a coffee table or night stand.