April 10, – This page contains mnemonics for the kanji taught in the first six years of school in Japan (i.e. kanji), as developed by. Kenneth G. Henshall. · Rating details · ratings · 17 reviews. This is a one -of-a-kind kanji study guide that introduces joyo kanji along with detailed. Henshall Kanji Mnemonics. This page contains mnemonics for the kanji taught in the Kanji, Number, Mnemonic. 一, 1, one finger. 右, 2, right hand to the mouth.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters: This is a one-of-a-kind kanji study guide that introduces joyo kanji along with detailed, authentic notes about the historical development of each.
As useful as ianji is fascinating, it’s a book any new or aspiring Japanese language scholar will visit over and over. In clear, large-sized entries, A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters details each of the General Use Chara This is a one-of-a-kind kanji study guide that introduces joyo kanji along with detailed, authentic notes about the historical development of each. Both Japanese readings and English meanings are given, along with stroke-count and stroke-order, examples of usage, and suggestions for memorizing.
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The components of each character are detailed. The Japanese kanji are graded according to Ministry of Education guidelines, allowing the student to prioritize them and track progress. It will appeal to students seeking to learn kanji as well as Japanese language enthusiasts who want to know the history and etymology of Japanese kanji.
Origins and meanings of over 2, characters. Additional compound characters for each featured character. All the standard characters official designed for common use. Comprehensive and clear, A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters makes Japanese writing accessible to everyone wishing to learn Japanese. Paperbackpages. Published January 15th by Tuttle Publishing first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Aug 25, Nash rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I wonder if I would ever finish this book in this life time! And there are around 2, of them! Kudos to Professor Henshall for this splendid lifetime achievement.
His work would always be cherished.
hebshall His style of breaking down each compound and component of each Kanji to help you remember its meaning fits perfectly well with my own style of memorizing it! But his has real history and research behind his method. And that makes this book more special to me.
It reads like a good history of culture book, too. And many history behind each characters even brought tears to my eyes. I was very moved. So you can say this is much more than just a language-teaching book. It reads like a best-seller. Thank you, Professor Henshall.
Henshall Kanji Mnemonics
I hope I will finish your book one day! This is text hneshall such sort as dictionary-thesaurus-glossary-index so navigation in a user-friendly way the Kindle version could be much better, and more enriching.
What about subdividing the six grades further for more specific and efficient browsing? Mar 05, Anne Beardsley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Henshall takes you through kanji on a brief history tour. For each character, he shows you what the original seal script looked like and what it meant.
Then he shows how it developed into the modern kanji used today. He finishes with explaining the characters it might be confused with, and how you can tell them apart; and then gives a clever mnemonic to recognize it by. In other words, this book makes Japanese kanji memorable. It’s organized by the year in which Japanese school kids learn the Mr. It’s organized by the year in which Japanese school kids learn them; from kindergarten through high school, with a good number of other ‘general use’ kanji included afterward.
An interesting, practical, useful way to learn the Japanese kanji. Jan 21, Jacob van Berkel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Does what it says on the tin. It tells you the original meanings of both the characters and the separate elements, which besides being interesting in its own right makes it easier to remember them.
You can use Wiktionary. But I dare say that, of all the things you don’t need for learning the kanji, you need this book the most. This is my favorite kanji book so far.
All of the kanji are presented in an order that makes sense to me, there are plenty of details for each kanji, and easy to remember mnemonics for each. Sep 02, Julie rated it really liked it Shelves: This book has been extremely helpful.
I have never studied the kanji through by grade level, and I discovered that I was missing some that were not in my adult-learner texts. It helped me to learn some of jenshall readings that I had not gotten before. I love reading about the background of characters and the mnemonics provided help me a lot! I want to note that Kamji have only really used this intensively to around thought I’ll return to it after I finish my current reviewbut I removed a star be This book has been extremely helpful.
I want to note that I have only really used this intensively to around thought I’ll return to it after I finish my current reviewbut I removed a star because I find that some of the examples are not terribly useful. Other times I find that the one word definitions some compounds have are lacking and I have to write in a clearer definition myself out of my other dictionary. If I wouldn’t have done this, I would have completely misunderstood what the word meant in some cases.
Feb 14, Ollie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 19, Kylie Sparks rated it it was amazing. This is a reference book, so I have not read it cover to cover, but I use it every single day, and have done for almost a year now. It is the most brilliant reference book ever for learning kanji. I use this in conjunction with a phone app for Android, Obenkyo. I use the app to learn how to write each kanji, and to study them. I consult this book daily to learn the Why of each kanji, and to figure out how to remember them.
There is a story to each kanji–and when you hensjall the story it is much ea This is a reference book, so I have not read it cover to cover, but I use it every single day, and have done hensha,l almost a year now. There is a story to each kanji–and when you know the story it is much easier to remember each kanji. To find a kanji, you look it up by the readings in the back.
If you get one book to learn kanji, this is the one you should get. Dec 22, Chase rated it it was amazing. I love how it’s organized-kanji at the grade level it is taught in Japan. Also, each kanji has a little paragraph about the kanji’s entymology that is helpful in seeing where the modern characters have come from.
At the end of the paragraph there is a little neumonic device to henshal you remember the kanji, I find it harder to remember the device than to just remember the kanji, but they help some people I guess. Jan 20, Karl rated it it was kanki. Through my career of researching and teaching Japanese, this is the best all round Kanji book I have seen so far.
It is perfectly balanced and allows the user to search for characters via the “sound readings” or via hensgall stroke count index. Containing “shodo” Brush henshzll stylethe examples are written superbly with very good mnemonics based on the radicals. This book is very valuable indeed. Professor Henshall, you are my hero. This is the kanji reference book par excellence, much more than just a language-teaching book. The perfect method to study kanji without hating them, so much history, culture, and above all creating some kind of relationship between the kanji and the person behind the book, introducing stories and mnemonic phrases to help you remember kanjis It’s just awesome, you will love it!
Jan 02, Beth rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the most amazing kanji book I have found so far. Not only is it hensball practically containing ON and KUN readings, stroke order, mnemonics, example kanji compounds, and etc.
I could get lost for hours reading the history behind each character.
Henshall Kanji Mnemonics
This is truly a fantastic reference book. Feb 03, Mike rated it it was amazing. Absolutely fantastic reference material for the individual who needs context for their Kanji study. Don’t expect to be able to use this as a dictionary-style reference though.
This is primarily about the development, underlying meaning, and construction of each and every Joyou kanji.