kanji100

100 Useful Kanji in Japanese

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Two decades ago, we began TheJapanesePage.com, one of the internet's oldest and largest free Japanese instructional sites with hundreds of free articles for beginners of Japanese. We also have TheJapanShop.com, an online store that sells quality lessons and Japanese study materials like books, ebooks, videos, audios and articles which are helpful for learners of Japanese.