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I usually prefer Japanese printings for that matter with that special silky paper and the extra wrapping around the book. And she is right.
Nevertheless, I bought some books from the states as well and Kanji pict-o-graphix is one of them. When I first started with learning Japanese the Kanji, the so-called Chinese characters, were a big mystery for me.
The same time I thought it would be a good idea to get into the Kanji learning as soon as possible and picked up some flashcards and this book from amazon. Kanji pict-o-graphix still remained on my so-called book table at home but it was much later when I really gave it a look. Around two weeks ago to be precise.
Just discovered it again, lying under a huge pile of magazines and books. And while browsing through the pages I noticed how much thought and creative energy was put into this. Especially because I really know how hard it is to create a fitting mnemonic for a Kanji and to construct a story around it. Or to rephrase this: I failed a lot and tried quite some different stuff to improve on my Japanese or to learn some Japanese at all Note: This will kick off a new series of articles or rather a new form.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Looking at the back-cover there are all sorts of false promises. In this article:.
Review: Kanji pict-o-graphix