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Title: Kanji Starter Volume 2
Language: English / Japanese
Author: Daiki Kusuya
Publication Date: October 2006
After experiencing great success with the first volume of Kanji Starter, Daiki Kusuya decided to draft a second version of his book so we can learn to recognize even more Japanese Kanji.
As in his first book, the author proposes to learn the Kanji by their drawings of origin (or explanatory drawings he created by himself).
At first we learned the basic Kanji, then evolves through the pages to more complex Kanji mixing a combination of Kanji. When he tackles this part, he will teach them through very short stories told by the kanji themselves.
If you get the two books you can be able to recognize about 500 kanji (on the 2000 needed for daily life).
As with the first version, what I like least is the fact that this book exists only in English / Japanese. It’s a shame, because in view of its quality it deserves to be translated into several languages so that the majority can access it. However, I want to let you know that very few words are used and that even if your English is not perfect yet, it is quite possible to use this book during your learning of Japanese Kanji.
Just as I advised you Kanji Starter volume 1, I will also advise you Kanji Starter volume 2. Why? Because it complements the first and the quality is always present at the rendezvous.
This is a book easy to use, to carry and easy to read and accessible in terms of price. It makes learning of Japanese Kanji more fun, something which in itself is not always fun.
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