Kanshudo’s dojo for kanji mnemonics


The other day I found Kanshudo another e-learning site working on an adaptation of Heisig’s “Remembering The Kanji.”

The website is pretty amazing with a beginner and intermediate course, flashcards, quizzes, vocab, and of course Kanji breakdown by component and mnemonics.



Here’s an excerpt from their about page:

Kanshudo is the fastest and most enjoyable way to learn and remember the Japanese kanji. Whatever your level of kanji ability, Kanshudo can help you improve, with games such as Kanji Match, assessment tools such as the Kanji Quiz, and study aids such as lessons, flashcards and favorites.
Kanshudo is also an invaluable daily reference tool, with a variety of sophisticated ways to look up kanji.
If you are just getting started with Japanese or the kanji, you can find everything you need to know to make your studies a success in our article How to master the kanji.


It’s great to see more people working on systems that build on Heisig’s RTK method.

While there are a lot resources out there (a short list) there is still so much more potential!

It’s time to take learning by Kanji mnemonics farther!

Please get involved in the Kanji mnemonics revolution!!

If you’ve used mnemonics to learn kanji please contribute a short video to JapanTree’s “Kanji Mnemonics Work!” collaborative youtube playlist

Or support the revolution on Patreon

Use systems like Kanshudo kanji mnemonics and give encouragement and feedback

The revolution needs you

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