Chinese characters dictionary with over 13,000 entries. Complete with on, kun, nanori, Chinese Pinyin, and Korean Hangul readings, English meanings, radicals, stroke order diagrams, kanji radicals/elements, variants, codepoints, classification codes, dictionary indices, and example compounds.
Narrow down your search results to kanji from a specific set. e.g. kan +jlpt for kanji with reading kan from the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Search with tags only to get a list of kanji from a specific set ordered by frequency of use. e.g. +joyo3 will show kanji from the Jōyō Kanji 3rd Grade set. Available tags:
|+joyo Jōyō Kanji|
+joyo[1-6] Jōyō Kanji Grade [1-6]
+joyohs Jōyō Kanji High-School
|+jlpt Japanese Language Proficiency Test|
+jlpt[1-5] JLPT Level N[1-5]
+jinmeiyo Jinmeiyō Kanji
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