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The Kanji Code

The Kanji Code is an innovative guide to learning the ON readings of kanji and the first major publication by Ocha Press, a small independent publisher of Japanese language resources based in Sydney, Australia. Scroll down for links to our recent virtual book reading and a free kanji lesson!

Virtual Book Reading

If you like Japanese language and culture, watch this virtual book reading with Japan-inspired authors Natalie Hamilton and Sarah Dzida. Includes a free mini kanji tutorial! Watch recording
日本の文化や言語が好きなら、この読書会がオススメです!
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Watch a Kanji Lesson

Improve your Japanese reading skills in 13 minutes by watching this short kanji lesson!
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The best way to learn phonetic components

I’ve been asked by a few readers about the best way to learn the information in The Kanji Code. Here is my answer. And a word of warning: it involves making flash cards!

Kanji is a puzzle. You just need to know the pieces.

N. HAMILTON

Check out our blog for more useful articles on kanji learning!

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