The Kanji Map is a Japanese language learning tool that shows kanji information and decomposition in graph form.
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How to use this site
Kanji are represented with nodes and the connection between them with edges in a 2D or 3D force-directed graph. Click/tap on visible nodes or use the search field to change the selected node. If connected nodes have the same onyomi it is displayed over the link. Nodes are colored based on type: currently selected kanji, jōyō kanji, jinmeiyō kanji, neither.
Displayed kanji information (where available):
Type: jōyō kanji (taught in school), jinmeiyō kanji (used in names) or neither
JLPT (Japanese-Language Proficiency) Test level
Frequency rank out of 2500 most used kanji found in newspapers
Kunyomi (Japanese reading of the kanji)
Onnyomi (Chinese/Sino-Japanese reading of the kanji)
Examples with audio, kunyomi and onyomi
Radical with kunyomi and meaning
Kanji and decomposition is based on KanjiVG, released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 licence.
Stroke animations are provided by animCJK under the Arphic Public License.