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Progressing with the JLPT N list

After 3 months break I’m working on the JLPT list again. I have to check the definition of the remaining 1600 items, which can be done in a few weeks hopefully. The definitions will mainly come from the dictionary, but I want to shorten the longer ones. Once I’m done, I plan to release the list, though I don’t know what format would be the best.

Categories: JLPT, N3 list
  1. Nelson Romano Neto
    February 3, 2012 at 11:51 pm

    Mais uma vez posto no blog zkanji, desta vez para perguntar se existe algum jeito de deixar o okurigana da versão 0.7 colorido assim como o da versão 0.717.

    Obrigado pela atenção!

  2. Nelson Romano Neto
    February 3, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    Espero por novas versõessssssss

  3. Frank Förster
    February 4, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    Out of Topic — Downloadable / PRINTABLE Kyôiku-Kanji Stroke-Order Diagrams Available!


    I have a present for the users and developers of zkanji:
    Since zkanji currently has no feature to save or print stroke-order diagrams, I have made screenshots of the diagrams of the 1,006 kyôiku kanji. You can view–and PRINT–them like ordinary pictures. I hope they will help you with learning.

    Their format is .PNG, and their size is 429 * 429 pixels. The kanji are sorted by grade and unicode (e.g. the diagram of the kanji for “flower” is called 0x82B1.png).

    I have uploaded the 12,69-MB .ZIP folder to:


    ATTENTION: After 30 days it will be deleted (Upload: Feb 04 2012, 09:05 PM CET). Perhaps the folder can also be hosted on the ZKANJI WEBPAGE, so it is available for a longer time.

    By the way, I would like to encourage you all to add screenshots of the middle-school kanji and of the name kanji. Enjoy the pictures and good luck for learning.

    Many greetings,


    • February 5, 2012 at 4:09 pm


      I never thought that anyone would need pictures of stroke order diagrams, because there are so many resources on the net. Saving these screenshots one by one must have been a lot of work though.

  4. Frank Förster
    February 5, 2012 at 5:14 pm


    > Net resources: Since you can download these diagrams, you have them on your computer and don’t need an Internet connection for seeing or printing them.

    Would you host the folder on your webpage? Then it would be available for a longer time than just 30 days. Its size is only 12.69 MB.

    Many greetings, 🙂


    • February 7, 2012 at 5:24 pm

      I’ve saved the zip file but I don’t yet know what to do with it. If you could compose whole pages with those kanji so they can be printed without more work I would put those pictures on the site. I think that the separate images are not that useful.

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