Quick Kanji

We are picking a subset of kanji for each JLPT level that has one dominant reading. While these kanji generally have multiple readings, chosen readings should be sufficient for given JLPT level. This section is meant to treat specific kanji more like an alphabet, so we can anchor our reading around them. Once we master these kanji sets, reading Japanese texts should become significantly easier. Keep in mind that this is NOT full kanji list for JLPT N5-N1 and even chosen readings are just partial.

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