Features of Basic 150 Kanji

Are you interested in Japanese Kanji? If you understand Kanji, you can make a lot of discoveries during your stay in Japan. Most of the signboards in Japan are written in Kanji. You might find a special deal, could avoid danger, find opportunities, etc. This Basic 150 Kanji introduces you to Kanji lessons in a very organized way. You can build up your Kanji knowledge step by step.

  • Each Kanji shows its writing order in Animation. So easy to follow!

  • Audio for Kanji words and sentences by native Japanese speaker

  • Basic 150 Kanji covers JLPT N5 Kanji (Japanese Language Proficiency Test)

Course Curriculum

*Preliminary Knowledge of Kana (Hiragana and Katakana) is required for this course.

  • 3

    Essential Kanji 26-50

    • Kanji 26-30

    • Kanji 31-35

    • Kanji 36-40

    • Kanji 41-45

    • Kanji 46-50

  • 4

    Essential Kanji 51-75

    • Kanji 51-55

    • Kanji 56-60

    • Kanji 61-65

    • Kanji 66-70

    • Kanji 71-75

  • 5

    Essential Kanji 76-100

    • Kanji 76-80

    • Kanji 81-85

    • Kanji 86-90

    • Kanji 91-95

    • Kanji 96-100

  • 6

    Essential Kanji 101-125

    • Kanji 101-105

    • Kanji 106-110

    • Kanji 111-115

    • Kanji 116-120

    • Kanji 121-125

  • 7

    Essential Kanji 126-150

    • Kanji 126-130

    • Kanji 131-135

    • Kanji 136-140

    • Kanji 141-145

    • Kanji 146-150