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Kanji Pict-O-Graphixby Michael Rowley
Synopses & Reviews
"Kanji Pict-o-Graphix offers an engaging way to learn and memorize Kanji."—Rocky Mountain Region Japan Project
"A fun book for studying kanji. The illustration reveals more of its contents and method than any description ever could."—Japan Times
"It is a very nice book, simple and pretty effective. A useful addition to the library of all beginners who aspire to learn Japanese. Recommended."—Protoculture Addicts
Learn more about kanji from Stone Bridge Press: Kana Pict-o-Graphix, Designing with Kanji, Kanji Starter 1&2, and Crazy for Kanji
Over 1,000 Kanji are introduced with a mnemonic drawing that looks like the Kanji and conveys its meaning.
A delightful visual tour of Japanese kanji makes them easy to remember.
Japanese written characters, or kanji, have their origin in a picture-language developed in ancient China. Over time this language evolved into stylized abstract forms that are difficult to memorize. This delightful book presents 1,200 kanji with readings, main definitions, standard printed forms, and visual and text mnemonics to make them easier to remember. Fully indexed and cross-referenced. Winner of several international design awards.
An easy-to-use visual guide for remembering written Japanese characters.
About the Author
Michael Rowley is an illustrator and graphic designer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also the author of Kana Pict-o-Graphix.
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