Learn Kanji in 45 minutes – How to Read and Write Japanese

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Learning kanji can either be the most frustrating work of your life, or it can be a fascinating and fun journey! The key to making kanji an enjoyable experience is to learn the meaning and origin of the kanji radicals that build all kanji characters.

This video will introduce you to the most essential radicals that can be found in over 1,500 kanji characters! Just imagine how many doors in your learning process a mere 45 minutes can open for you!

To learn more about the Japanese writing system:
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50 Replies to “Learn Kanji in 45 minutes – How to Read and Write Japanese”

  1. Jayakumar Balakrishnan

    Thanks. Now I find Kanji a little less intimidating. Since Japanese is written using all three scripts, we have to learn Kanji whether we want to or not.

  2. Simple Human

    Congratulations on learning hiragana and katakana, It must've been tough and you did a great job. Now prepare for everlasting pain.

  3. -Always Changing-

    Me: Okay okay- HOW TF DOES THAT MEAN- anyway… 29 OF WHAT- ok I see now… w-wait you said it has what now… *has a meltdown*👩‍🦯

  4. 0x39

    JapanesePod101: We have the radical for person, and the radical for tree. We can deduce the meaning based on the radicals. What do you think this Kanji means?
    Me: tree person.
    JapanesePod101: to rest
    Me: ????

  5. Audrey Miel

    I think I'm cheating, I didn't memorize hiragana and katakana but I wrote notes of it's alphabet, and here I am doing the same to kanji

  6. Jonah rakotoarimanana

    I am a French, ok, and i am a absolute beginner in english but I learn japanese with english video…

  7. Dayren PJ

    "learning the Kanas are easy"
    English Alphabet : 24
    Japanese Alphabet :
    – 2 Varieties
    – 2 Distinct Functions
    -140+ Different Characters

  8. Eduardo Ledesma

    I know 3 languages and I think I'm going to skip Japanese. I can learn 2 or 3 more languages in the time I get to know all the Kanjis.

  9. ghost

    uh why am I watching this, I haven't even learnt Hiragana, and Katakana
    would I still be able to learn Kanji first even though it's the hardest? or would I need to understand Hiragana, and Katakana to learn Kanji?

  10. Ceili lasagna

    Dude I’ve been learning Japanese almost daily for 20 minutes to 3 hours for a year and I still only know a few kanji

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