This is a kanji-lookup tool based on the book "Remembering the Kanji" by James Heisig. You can translate a string of keywords into a string of kanji. It also works in the reverse direction, translating a string of kanji into a string of keywords.
You can copy the output string to your clipboard and then paste it into your favorite dictionary. There is also a direct look up option for aedict (made by Martin Vysny, by far the best Japanese dictionary available for Android, it's available for free on the market).
You can also import a custom dictionary. Custom dictionaries must be saved into the "K2K" folder of your SD card. They must be .txt or .csv extensions. The format of the dictionary must be one entry per line, with one line consisting of the kanji, a comma (no space after), and the keyword, like so:
Also, custom dictionaries must be saved with UTF-8 text encoding.
I designed this app to help me with my own Japanese study, and it's been an invaluable tool. This is the fastest way to look up a word in kanji when you're reading printed material and you don't know the Japanese reading of the word.
*note: If the Heisig keyword is more than one word, such as "elder brother", you must use the "separate by commas" option.
If you like the app, consider downloading the donate version.
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