Kanji flashcards

There are a lot of great Japanese sites on the Internet. The more I study, the more I find. Like this one: Java Kanji Flashcards 500.

Each kanji character is displayed on a "card" containing a large kanji character, its on and kun readings, an English meaning, and a stroke order animation. There are also Kanji compounds (using only the 500 target kanji) with their readings and English meanings. You can choose what is displayed on the "front" and "back" of the card to suit your preferences.

The program has three modes:
1. Browse, which lets you look at all of the cards,
2. Search, which lets you search for a card using English or romaji
3. Drill, which allows you to review a subset of the cards

I wish the German resources would catch up with the Japanese ones.

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